TrainSaf Simulants, Ideal Chemical & Radiological Training

 

04/17/2008 - U.S. Air Force firefighter assigned to the 375th Civil Engineering Squadron, dressed in Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical gear, advance a hose line during a weapons of mass destruction exercise at Scott Air Force Base, Ill, April 17, 2008. The exercise included three suspicious packages positioned around the base.

 

04/12/2008 - U.S. Marine Corps Marines remove their M40 chemical-biological protective masks April 12, 2008, at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, during a training exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Courtney Richardson) (Released)

 

TrainSaf Simulants, Ideal Chemical & Radiological Training, State of the Art

 

TrainSaf® Specification Sheet

 

TrainSaf® Simulants allow for ideal training and a dramatic increase in the complexity and efficacy of training scenarios.

 

These state-of-the-art simulants assist the first responder with the evaluation of relative levels, location and basic agent class identification, along with subsequent removal efficacy of chemical and radiological agents. The characteristics of the TrainSaf® Simulants correlate closely to the properties of the actual VX, H, and G series agents, and radiological fallout (or particulates) that generally occur from a dirty bomb; yet unlike the real thing, TrainSaf® products are completely non-toxic and safe to handle.

 

TrainSaf® Simulants were formulated to mimic the chemical and physical properties of three groups of chemical warfare agents. These simulants include: volatile G-series of nerve agents, H-series mustard agents, and the non-volatile, persistent VX agents. A particulate powder was also designed to mimic the fallout residue from a radiological dispersal device.

 

TrainSaf® Simulants were formulated to mimic the chemical and physical properties of three groups of chemical warfare agents, and includes a particulate powder simulant designed to mimic the size and dispersal of fallout residue from a radiological dispersal device. Each chemical simulant vapor properties correlates closely with the volatility and vapor pressure of it's actual agent. These simulants include; non-volatile persistent VX agents, low volatile H-series mustard agents, and volatile G-series of nerve agents.

 

 

 

 

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