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Aircraft fire training systems

On the ground, a fire service that is well trained using the Dräger aircraft fire training system is the first line of defence during an emergency.

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Realistic fire simulation

Fires can start at many locations in an aircraft: - in the turbine

  • underneath the aircraft due to kerosene spill
  • in the undercarriage
  • in the cargo hold
  • in the cabin (e.g. luggage compartments, in the seats or in the on-board kitchen)

Every fire requires an individual procedure. Training in Dräger aircraft fire simulators is the ideal preparation for this.

Safe training conditions

Dräger gas-operated fire simulation systems are designed in accordance with the requirements of DIN 14097-2 Fire training systems - part 2: Gas-operated simulation devices. The systems also have additional safety features:

  • A water-operated sprinkler cooling system for the outer hull triggers automatically as soon as external and surface fire locations are switched on.
  • The simulator is anchored to withstand the load of the fire fighters and machines and the force of the water jet from fire trucks.
  • In case of failures the system is equipped with a modem for remote diagnosis.

Surface fires

Kerosene spills and fires are amongst the most dangerous situations when fighting aircraft fires. The Dräger training areas for fighting liquid fires (spill fires) offer ideal conditions for implementing the ideal extinguishing strategy.

Guidelines for airport fire departments

Dräger supports its customers by implementing the ICAO requirements for airport fire services with regard to the training scenarios for aircraft fire fighting.

Variable training options

Every aircraft fire simulator is as versatile as possible. For example, surface fires, fires in cargo areas, fires inside the cabin, turbine, wing or hull fires can be simulated. This allows training for the different accident scenarios.

Simulation of all aircraft types possible

For the simulation system Dräger will build the aircraft type chosen by the customer or a combination of different aircraft types - at original scale.

Cold training

The search for injured people and the evacuation of passengers, e.g. down an emergency slide, can also be included in the systems. The interiors of the aircraft can be filled completely with smoke and fitted with a tilted level to simulate an aircraft in a lateral position.


Bang Box

The experiment box demonstrates the flammability of different media or the released energy at the press of a button.

Extinguishing success control + monitoring

Not enough water for fire fighting or at the wrong location? All Dräger fire sites can optionally be equipped with automatic extinguishing control. This allows you to specify automatic scenarios dependent on the success of the extinguishing action.

Experiment box Aquarium

The experiment box enables diverse simulations of flammable gases. The participants can observe the typical expansion patterns of the fire to better estimate future risk potentials and allow the trainees to use the best theoretical preparation for the flash-over training in the container.

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Fire container (stationary)

The safety and health of fire fighters has priority when fighting fires. In the fully equipped Dräger fire container it is possible to train for all potential fire situation as if they were real.

Surface fires

Practical training: kerosene spills and fires are amongst the most dangerous situations when fighting aircraft fires. Dräger training for fighting liquid fires (spill fires) offer students the ability to master such situations in a real emergency.

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How to contact us

Draeger Safety Pacific Pty Ltd
8 Acacia Place
Notting Hill, 
1800 372 437 (AU)
1800 64 74 84 (AU)
0800 372 437 (NZ)
0800 733 133 (NZ)

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