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WAP Fire Drill Towers

WAP Fire Drill Towers supplied by Crofton Engineering

WAP Fire Drill Towers are high rise modern fire training buildings fabricated, finished and installed by Crofton Engineering.

Crofton’s wide range of WAP fire drill towers (designed to suit every budget) are employed in over 400 fire stations throughout the British Isles and abroad, and with constant use over many years, have proved robust and durable. The demands of such diverse site conditions are catered for in the design, making out towers the primary choice in many areas.

Research carried out by Crofton Engineering into the requirements for the training of fire officers has produced models designed to conform to current guidance on safety in drill towers, whilst maintaining the basic needs to provide a practical training facility.

Its high rise fire training towers can also provide mounting facilities for telecommunication aerials, abseiling, rope rescue practice or virtually any other adaption that may be required.

Crofton’s own erection crew install our towers, on a ready prepared base, in just one day; causing minimal disruption to either construction sites or busy operational fire stations. The tough steel construction, with a choice of special anti-corrosion treatment can minimise any need for servicing and gives a virtually indefinite life. This is particularly important when severe exposure is likely to be encountered in the farthest reaches of the British Isles.

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WAP Fire Drill Towers supplied by Crofton Engineering

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