Rancho Cucamonga, CA, 7/31/17 – BullEx is pleased to announce they have been awarded the contract for the City of Rancho Cucamonga Fire Training Center. BullEx will design, manufacture, deliver, test and commission a variety of live fire Class A and Class B training props in two separate buildings. Some of the training props include a storage rack fire, office desk fire, and 2 Smart Class A burn cribs. In addition, a containerized flashover training structure will be located outside of the training buildings.
The Class A 40’ Live Fire Flashover container includes a Smoke Afterburner Treatment System. The smoke produced by burning of Class A materials contains high concentrated of carbon monoxide and particles of soot which can be harmful to the environment. The BullEx AfterBurner System actively treats and destroys these gases and particles, resulting in clean emissions being released into the air.
“We are very excited about partnering with Rancho to deliver a scalable training solution that allows trainees to learn basic skills before moving up to more advanced live fire training. BullEx believes that this escalating approach to training is critical for building a foundation for safe and effective training techniques”, remarked President Leon Timmermans.
Photo: Live fire training scenario designed by BullEx. BullEx plans to design and build similar training props for the Rancho Cucamonga project.