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Lion Bullex SG1000 Smoke Generator Package

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Expected Lead Time: 4-6 weeks

$1,973.00
SKU LN SG1000-B*
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Description

The Smoke Generator 1000 is the perfect addition to your training arsenal. Expand your training capabilities to include specialized training scenarios in locations without power. Quickly add smoke to upper floors of your training tower, vehicle extrication drills and remote locations. Also ideal for workplace safety training, and allows training officers to easily add realism to important fire safety drills. It is also cordless and battery operated, so it's ideal for training in locations where electrical power is not easily accessible or available.

Features

  • Cordless - built-in battery allows instructors to add smoke to any training location where running power cords or a generator is inconvenient or impossible
  • Portable - weighs only 17 pounds, making it light enough for single hand operation
  • Easy operation - can be operated using just one button, and requires no configuration or programming. Users can customize smoke density and create smoke bursts or set the output to continuous run
  • Zero Heat-up Time - instantly heats smoke liquid to the ideal temperature. Simply press the button for instant smoke
  • Long-lasting battery - can be run continuously for 20 minutes and much longer when using smoke intermittently, producing the same high quality smoke during the first and last minutes of training
  • Enhance fire response drills
  • Add visual cues to evacuation training
  • Use in conjunction with the LION Extinguisher Training System for more realistic training
  • Add realism to hazmat training
  • Teach gas recognition and response
  • Conduct chemical spill and lab incident response training
  • Create realistic shelter in place drills and drills with non-ambulatory individuals in hospitals and healthcare settings