Alerting Systems Safety Simulator

Whether from birth of because of old age, the deaf and hard of hearing face unique challenges to insure their personal safety in the event of a fire. With its realistic special effects and sample life-size electronic devices, the Alerting Systems safety simulator packs everything safety educators need for their presentation into a powerful, visual teaching aid.

Demonstrate how systems like strobe lights, alarm clock receivers and bed shakers react, using fully functional electronic modules. Show how quickly fire and smoke can spread, and how to act safely around electrical appliances. Teach your audience how to turn potential hazards into a safe environment: anyone can do it!


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Features

  • Realistic special effects: smoke, electric arc, lighting effects...
  • Flip panels turn each "hazard" into a "safe practice"
  • Life-size, fully functioning alerting systems: strobe light, smoke and CO2 alarm, alarm clock receiver, bed shaker and visit receiver
  • Moveable stick-on tokens to demonstrate situations
  • Wireless remote control
  • Takes only 4-6 minutes to set up
  • Size (presentation): 46''L x 16''D x 43''H (117 cm L x 40 cm D x 110 cm H)
  • Size (transport): 25'' L x 16'' D x 29'' H (61 cm L x 40 cm D x 74 cm H)
  • Simulator weight: 45 lbs (20 kg)

Add-ons

  • "All-risk" illustration packages (senior, emergency preparedness, home risks, kitchen...)
  • Extended Warranty

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About Modeltech

Our goal is to help and support public educators and trainers raise awareness about fire and energy hazards, energy conservation, and security issues.

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Modeltech International Inc
4820 De Rouen
Montreal, QC H1V 3T4
Tel.: 800 686 8009

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Modeltech International Inc
348 State Route 11
Champlain, NY 12919
Tel.: 800 686 8009

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