Mobile Aircraft

Mobile Aircraft FIRETRAINER® MA-3000

The Mobile Aircraft FIRETRAINER® MA-3000 incorporates many of the features of a fixed trainer, without the need for complex infrastructure. The fully self-contained system is easily transported by roadway tractors, allowing multiple smaller index airports within a region to perform ARFF training evolutions. The system is fully compliant to FAA Advisory Circular 150-5220-17A for mobile aircraft fire simulators.

The MA-3000 provides training in the control and extinguishment of aviation fuel spill fires and aircraft incident fire emergencies in and around a commuter aircraft.  Diagram

• Main cabin fire
• High wing, low wing, and turbojet
   engine fire configurations
• Baggage fire
• Cockpit smoke
• Wheel/brake fire
   with explosion noise generator
• Large, 1300 sq-ft fuel spill fire

All fires are controlled by a central PC and handheld control pendant.  All fires, including the fuel spill fire, utilize automatic agent detection for realistic flame response. 


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kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator

kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator
                       Cabin Flashover Fire

Kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator

Kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator

Kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator

kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator
                         APU Fire

kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator
                   Main Cabin Fire

kidde mobile aircraft ARFF fire training simulator
                 Wing Engine Fire

REFERENCE SITES

Edmonton International Airport
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

West Virginia Aeronautics Commission
Beaver, WV, USA



Virginia Department of Fire Programs
Richmond, VA, USA

Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt, Germany

RELATED ARTICLES


"New Mobile Aircraft Simulator For Edmonton Int'l"
 UTC Fire & Security, August 13, 2009