Gas emergency rescue training units are training devices meant not only for the training of fire fighters, but also those that are first to take action to suppress a fire at its early stage of development. They are perfect for training in the handling of manual fire-fighting equipment. When training using these devices, one can learn the behaviour of persons under conditions simulating actual hazards occurring during a fire, a propane-butane leak from a tank or gas system.

The equipment is powered from LPG storage tanks and controlled by a panel or remotely. Every training station is independent of other stations. Gas emergency training units aid in the execution of training in the suppression of gas fires, and in other situations, e. g. chemical, environmental and technical rescue. Our offer includes three types of LPG-powered training units (GTR1, GTR2, GTR3) and LNG training units.

LPG training units

Types of gas emergency training units


The station is based on a steel LPG tank, equipped with piping, valves, heads and a gas system with three burners.
The device simulates the suppression of group C stream fires and simulates leaks of the tank jacket, the valve or the system.


This training unit is based on an 11 kg propane-butane gas container, equipped with: a gas connection, a spark-based ignition unit, and a gas burner. The device simulates gas valve leaks and a gas stream fire.


This training unit is based on a chrome-nickel tray. The tray is equipped with a gas system, a pipe-based burner and a spark ignition unit. Filling the tray with water, one can create a ‘water cushion’, recreating conditions in case of a fire of solids and a spilled combustible liquid. The removable grating is used to install diverse training equipment and the simulation of fires engulfing various objects.

The unit proves itself not only in terms of fires of spilt liquids, but it may also be used for the training of suppression of fires of crude oil-derived solids and liquids using extinguishers or water streams from external hydrants.

Equipment types

simulated fire of a computer, monitor

simulated fire of a waste basket

simulated fire of an electric cabinet or board

simulated fire of fats

simulated fire of an electric engine

simulated explosions of aerosol cans

simulated fire and explosion due to oil and water mixing

LNG training units

Types of LNG training units

LNG tanker

The training station is based on an LNG tanker with equipment. The training station shows the external and internal workings of a cryogenic tanker, its significance and important components. The tanker container is adapted so that it would be possible to conduct various training scenarios, to simulate diverse variants of LNG system leaks, while adhering to tanker safety and operating rules.


The LNG bus training unit is created on the basis of a bus equipped with an LNG power plant. The device allows the development of rescue personnel skills in case of an LNG leak and fire in the engine chamber, in the gas tank as well as the gas exchanger.


The LNG-powered truck training unit is based upon the undercarriage of a truck. The installation of an original LNG tank with its equipment, as well as an evaporator, allows the creation of an actual breakdown situation that may pose a significant threat to the vehicle users as well as the emergency personnel participating in the actions.


Trays are used for spilling (for releases) and burning of LNG. The set includes six metal trays of various volumes.


For reasons of safety during spilling and burning of gas, the training unit is equipped with two metal frames. One is used to fix the hose, through which the LNG will be poured onto the trays, the other one is used to fix fire hoses.

Mobile shield

The shield is designed to ensure safe observation of the training for onlookers, protecting them against thermal radiation. The central part of the shield includes a window of insulated fireplace glass.


Gas training units are controlled from the control station, where LNG containers are installed. The training units may be powered by gaseous or liquid gas. From the control panel, the trainer adjusts the gas flow to the individual training stations, thanks to which it is possible to simulate various flame sizes as well as reignition. The gas is routed via flexible gas lines, and their connection using quick connectors does not pose a problem for the trainer. Depending on the device version, it may also be remote-controlled.