Fire House Training Manikin

The Fire House Training Manikin is ideal for the following training scenarios;

BA snatch rescue training in fire-houses and ‘hot fire cell’ training. Manikins will withstand temperatures of around 160°C at floor level (400°C at the ceiling).

Description

Features & Benefits;

  • Anatomically correct weight distribution to give the ‘feel’ of an unconscious casualty
  • Tough enough to withstand being buried under concrete or steel lintels
  • Soft body joints eliminate the risk of pinch welts and bruising; common injuries when using plastic bodied manikins
  • An immobilisation/extrication collar can be fitted around the neck of our adult manikins to promote proper casualty care
  • Comes complete with overalls, boots and separate Nomex hood to cover the head, which is easily replaced if damaged

Extensively Used By;

  • The Fire & Rescue Services
  • Airport Fire & Rescue Services
  • The Irish of Defence

Carcass constructed from the same flame retardant Polyester (conforms to BS EN ISO 15025:2002) used in Police ballistic/stab vests & reinforced with 38mm Nomex webbing to avoid becoming brittle and melting. Protective overalls are non-flammable; constructed from a special Nomex blend material (conforms to EN ISO 11612), and reinforced with Nomex webbing to improve abrasion resistance. They are fitted with 20mm Kevlar ties, as standard Velcro fastenings melt at high temperature.

What are my options?

  • 5 Kg Baby – 0.7m
  • 10 Kg Toddler – 0.9m
  • 20 Kg Youth – 1.3m
  • 30 Kg Adult – 1.8m
  • 50 kg Adult – 1.8m
  • 70 Kg Adult – 1.8m

Is the manikin suitable for direct exposure to naked flames?

Answer: No, not suitable for direct exposure to naked flames or excessive temperatures.

Is the manikin suitable for water rescue?

Answer: Is the manikin suitable for water rescue?

Fire House Manikin

Data Sheet

Manikin Certificate of Conformity

Certificate

Manikin Equipment Note

Equipment Note

Ruth Lee Brochure

Brochure