BullEx Introduces the SG1000 Battery-Operated Smoke Generator

BullEx is excited to announce the release of its latest innovation, the SG1000. BullEx Smoke Generators are known industry wide for withstanding the tough demands of firefighter training. Now, they have expanded their range of generators to include a portable, battery-operated smoke generator that’s ideal for adding smoke to training locations where power is not accessible.

The SG1000 is suited for both firefighter training and workplace safety training.

Firefighters can now conduct training anywhere, allowing instructors to expand their training capabilities to include specialized training scenarios in locations without power. Or, quickly add smoke to the upper floors of your training tower, vehicle extrication drills and remote locations.

Workplace safety officers can now add smoke to their drills to create realism and a sense of urgency among trainees. Because the SG1000 is cordless, lightweight, and battery-operated, it is ideal for training in locations where running electrical power isn’t possible or convenient.

The SG1000 can be operated using a single button and is built on a sturdy steel chassis. Users can adjust smoke density and create smoke bursts or set the output to continuous run. The SG1000 has zero-heat up time and instantly produces thick, dense smoke.

Users can expect to run the SG1000 continuously for 20 minutes and much longer when using smoke intermittently. It is designed to produce the same high quality smoke during the first and last minutes of training. The battery can be easily changed out for uninterrupted training.

Firefighters can utilize the SG1000 for adding smoke to vehicle extrication drills, Urban Search and Rescue Training, victim extrication drills, evacuation training, hazard recognition and response training, maritime drills and aviation drills.

Workplace safety training opportunities include fire response drills, evacuation training, for use with the BullEx BullsEye extinguisher training system, hazmat training, gas recognition and response, chemical spill and lab incident response training, shelter in place drills and drills with non-ambulatory individuals in hospitals and healthcare settings.