REALISTIC TRAINING CHALLENGES
First responders need hands-on training to properly assess and respond to hazardous liquefied petroleum gas fire or fires at oil wells and tank batteries. LION has the experience and the technology to help you make that happen. Our systems create realistic training challenges that allow emergency responders to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and effectively manage these hazardous fires.
Realistic scenarios can include multiple fire sources such as flange fires, extinguishing fires at the wellhead, tank battery and separator, structural obstacles and shut-off valves.
Line Breech Fire Training Prop
Prepare for a line breech with custom fire training props designed to replicate the conditions you could face in that scenario.
Gas Pump Fire Training Prop
Fighting a gas pump fire is difficult. Make sure your team understands what to expect.
Electric Motor Fire Training Prop
Train for electric motor fires with props that simulate the challenges you’ll face.
Fuel Spill Fire Training Prop
Help your crew learn how to handle fuel spills safely and effectively.
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Realistic, self-generating flames respond to your trainees' efforts and are tough enough to handle getting smacked with a hose line in the process. Use our digital fire technology to train where live fire isn’t a possibility.
Propane and natural gas fires produce real heat and smoke for a training experience that closely models real-life conditions – and it’s as safe as fire can be. Configure our gas-based fires to simulate almost any fire behavior.
"Why LION? I have interacted with firefighter survival equipment manufacturers for over four decades, but I haven't met any that come close to LION with their sincere and proven interest in understanding (aka LISTENING) to what we, firefighters, genuinely need. Their endless pursuit to listen to the "voices of firefighters" and then utilizing the latest proven firefighting research results in bunker gear that supports us in best taking care of those who need us, as well as each other. From their demonstrated commitment in providing us with what we genuinely need to do the job, to their full and hands on involvement (in research and fiscal support) with the battle to reduce firefighter cancer, LION isn't just words- they are proven action with impressive results."
Billy Goldfeder | Deputy Fire Chief Loveland-Symmes Fire Department
"Recently, the Baton Rouge Fire Department accepted delivery of the ITS Xtreme fire extinguisher training prop and we have hit the ground running. We have trained over 200 people in the proper use of a fire extinguisher in approximately 6 weeks. This new technology is leaps and bounds better and more efficient than the old training method of the burn pan and carbon dioxide extinguishers. We are able to take full advantage of the ability to recharge the extinguishers onsite, thereby allowing us to reach more people effectively. This unit is exponentially easier to setup, use and maintain than previous methods."
Clint L. Sanchez | Baton Rouge Fire Department
"When you combine ease of use, quick set up and tear down time, actual training time, and SAFETY of this training system, there is nothing out there comparable."
George Ostrom | Safety Asst, AMRI Global
"The customer service has been awesome! I did have a problem with one of the fire extinguishers when it was first delivered. I made one phone call and spoke with a technician who immediately sent out a brand new extinguisher. They have contacted me often to make sure that I was completely satisfied and wasn’t having any further problems. It’s not too often that you can not only get a great product, but also great service. I would highly recommend it to others."
Denita Lynch | High Point Fire Department
"I have trained about 125 employees for one company, with great success. The system is very easy to set up, as well as to operate."
Pat Patterson | President LAAP, Inc.
"Thanks to [LION], we have directly cut over $1,000 annually from our contracted fire training and since we have been able to easily train staff, the system has paid for itself; given the cost of contracting out this training to the number of staff we trained ourselves."
Dylan Hayes | Disaster Response Manager, Seattle Children’s Hospital