Dräger fire house
The fire house is designed in accordance with customer-specific requirements. Almost every object can be simulated when selecting the locations of the fire. Different building areas can be operated independently of each other. The simulation system can also be retrofitted into an existing building. We coordinate all structures up to the operational handover to the customer.
The system is operated via a control panel with push buttons and a panel monitor which indicates system status. Alternatively, a control is possible via a PC. In this case the fire simulation system with all its fire locations is displayed on the monitor. The operator can enable the fire locations individually. All sensors, motors, valves etc. are connected directly via a bus system to a programmable logic controller (PLC). The fire locations are ignited by the trainer using wireless remote control after having been enabled at the control panel or PC. Flame height can also be set using this remote control. Each fire location is triggered individually.
The highest safety level of the individual fire locations and the training system as a whole is secured by the implementation of the safety requirements and the Dräger monitoring and control systems. Every system is tested by the TÜV before being handed over to the customer.
Confronting the trainees with real flames, strong heat, high humidity, severely restricted visibility due to thick smoke, and stress, the Dräger training system simulates emergencies through realistic practical experiences. An automatic extinguishing success control immediately shows the trainees whether they have fought the fire correctly.
The fire houses permit a multitude of different simulations, including flash-over, such as the following fire scenarios:
- Gas meter or gas cylinder
- Cable duct
- Workbench or settee
- Outdoor gas tank
The Dräger fire simulation systems are operated with clean burning propane gas.