The HazMat Tanker Trainer has two (2) fire points, the first is a Split Flange Fire Prop with an operating OS&Y valve that provides a realistic fire during two team gas capture scenarios. The Split Flange Fire prop includes a piping manifold mounted beneath the trainer with an inline breech of the flange creating a leak and fire scenario. The prop incorporates a high-pressure liquid fire.
The second fire point is the Fuel Spill Fire Prop, which includes a stainless-steel burn pan and portable ignition system that initiates a liquid fire that simulates a flammable liquid fire. The independent pan will include the ability to sequence the simulated fuel fire spread under the flange fire or can be relocated in a variety of locations around the tanker.
This prop contains four (4) functioning rupture kits. Each rupture kit has a removable and interchangeable cover plates that provide variable leak types and sizes. Flammable liquids leaks are plumbed with water and capable of operating the desired leak effect.
This is an overview of specifications for the Mobile Hazmat Tanker utilized for training in response to hazardous chemical spills, leaks, and fires. The simulator training capabilities include, but not limited to:
In today’s high paced world, the need for goods and raw materials are in high demand and the primary means of transportation is over the road DOT Compliant Tankers. Fireblast Global realizes the need to produce the most realistic 40’ DOT Compliant Tanker for actual live controlled hazmat training. We utilize full size OTR Tankers then convert into a training simulator that will challenge all.
The Fireblast HazMat Tanker incorporates training and skill objectives with NFPA 1001 HazMat Awareness & Hazmat Ops, NFPA 472 HazMat Technician along with other technical skills required to mitigate the simulated HazMat training scenarios.
This unit allows the future Hazmat Techs to train in a real world environment without having to worry about real world exposures. Our unit utilizes water along with compressed air to help simulate actual emergencies which provides valuable training in a safe operating environment.