OPEN BAY SYSTEM
The Open Bay System is designed to be a simple and affordable training structure for any fire department looking to add live-fire training to their safety training program. Because the Open Bay System is designed for repeated use, with some basic maintenance this System will last your fire department for years to come.
The System is designed, fabricated and built from (1) 8’ x 40’ ISO steel shipping container with a fully insulated and enclosed 20’ burn room. The System may be either a stationary or mobile structure. All Open Bay Systems are 8’ wide and may be either 40’, 48’ or 53’ in length. Longer Systems will have an additional container fabricated together to fit the desired length. Mobile structures utilize a standard ISO Container Chassis for mobility purposes.
Standard features of the Open Bay System include:
- Repeated live fire training using class ‘a’ fuel, LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) or a combination of both. Class ‘a’ fuel will allow for fully alterable fire behavior by varying the fuel loading and ventilation while LPG fueled fires are controlled via an enclosed control room with viewing window.
- Built-in temperature monitoring system.
- Standard Door, Window, Clean-Out and Ventilation Hatches.
- On-Site Training by a Certified Fire Instructor.
Optional features of the System include:
- Window Breach or Burglar Bar Prop.
- Forcible Entry, Steel Cutting Props, Horizontal or Vertical Ventilation.
- Rappelling Tower, Active Roof Top with Interior Stairs and Crawl Tubes.
The Open Bay System is NFPA 1402 and OSHA Compliant and can be fully customized to meet your live-fire, confined space and rope rappelling training needs.
To learn more about the Open Bay System or any of our other stationary structures give us a call at 1-877-268-8303 or fill out one of our quick contact forms and one of our FTS team members will contact you.
View some of our most popular stationary configurations. Our team of Engineers can design a unique configuration to meet your specific training needs and budgetary allowance. All stationary structures are National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Compliant.