Fire Service College to Train with Coolfire System
Created on Monday, February 5, 2018 and posted in Industry News
Fire Service College to Train with Coolfire System: Angus Fire and The Fire Service College has reached an agreement that will see Angus Fire’s CoolFire system being used by the College to deliver ‘state of the art’ training.
The agreement with Angus Fire allows the College to utilise CoolFire, a high pressure cutting and extinguisher technology, for training delivery. CoolFire cuts through virtually any building materials using a mixture of cutting abrasive and water to gain access to the fire without introducing oxygen into it.
Once CoolFire has cut through the building it creates a water mist inside, suppressing and reducing the fire, cooling and condensing fire gases and quickly reducing the temperature to allow safe entry. This technology has been specifically developed to meet firefighters’ varied needs, most importantly to make their job considerably safer by enabling external attack, eliminating the risk of back draught and to increasing firefighting performance.
The Fire Service College is a leading organisation for fire prevention and protection, providing assessed, accredited and assured fire and multi-service training for emergency service professionals globally.
With over 40 years’ experience in delivering fire and rescue training internationally, we specialise in equipping today’s firefighters and other emergency responders with the best possible skills and training to learn the latest techniques and procedures. Our unique incident ground, at one of the premier fire training venues in the world, coupled with our expert instructors, provides the opportunity for our learners to train and exercise in a realistic and challenging environment, for a learning experience that is second to none.
For more information visit angusfire.co.uk