BullEx Digital Safety officially launch their patented fire extinguisher training solutions in Australia this week in Perth at Fire Australia 2007 October 22-24 and at Safety Show Sydney in Sydney October 24-26.
Through patented technology, BullEx has developed a line of fire extinguisher training systems that provide realistic training while eliminating the need to discharge dry chemical or CO2 extinguishers, making training cleaner and safer. Advanced sensor technology determines where the trainee aims and sweeps training extinguishers which discharge only compressed air and water. Clean burning propane flames respond automatically to the trainee’s actions to provide realistic and repeatable training with minimal environmental impact.
In addition to the propane based live-fire system, BullEx also offers digital fire simulators which utilize large LED panels to display interactive LED flames. The HotShot system’s digital flames are “extinguished” with BullEx’s compressed air & water training extinguishers, and the BullsEye™ system’s flames respond directly to BullEx’s laser driven extinguisher for training completely indoors.
The BullEx technology developed and produced through partnership with industry and fire service leaders has achieved wide market acceptance in the United States with training systems used extensively throughout all 50 states. In addition, BullEx systems are utilized in over 20 countries globally, and the launch of BullEx Australia signals the first international presence for BullEx.
The environmentally friendly nature of the BullEx line of extinguisher training systems makes them ideally suited for Australia’s safety and environmentally conscious organizations. Although the Fire Australia 2007 and Sydney Safety Show signal the official launch of BullEx Australia, many of Australia’s leading organizations including fire services, training companies, states and commonwealths are already training with and realizing the benefits of BullEx extinguisher training systems.
BullEx CEO Ryan O’Donnell and CAO Simon Balint welcome further discussion from the show floor in Perth at Fire Australia 2007 October 22-24 and at Safety Show Sydney in Sydney October 24-26.