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For over 30 years STREBOR products have been used extensively in the industrial fire world for fire protection of the petrochemical industry. Our quality management system is registered to ISO 9002 .

With the growing need for environmental control particularly in Live Fire Training STREBOR developed a range of clean burn systems one of which is used for "Hands On" training in the correct use of Portable Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blanket.


The Strose Live Fire Extinguisher Training Module is exclusive to Strebor Fire Training Co Ltd.
Clean Burn Propane Gas, environmentally friendly and smoke free, is used to simulate the three basic fires found in the home or place of work. A chip pan fire is simulated using kerosene and a pyroflash cartridge detonated by the instructor is used to demonstrate the effect of using water on electrical fires.

The Strose Module is fully mobile, easily used by one person with complete safety to the instructor and student. Courses can be conducted in a car park, school playground, building site, sports field or any open space of approximately 10 square metres.


Strebor Instructors are carefully selected and trained professionals in the correct use of Portable Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets, many are ex professional fire fighters.

Strebor Fire Training Co.Ltd.
Brook Road, Wimborne,
Dorset BH21 2BH
Tel: 44 (0) 1202 886797
Fax: 44 (0) 1202 889329

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The course is designed for the general work force to instruct personnel in the correct use of Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets.

To ensure they have a comprehensive understanding of how to classify a fire and the principles of application of Fire Extinguishers and how to operate them.

At the end of the course trainees will be able to demonstrate their competence in the correct selection and use of Fire Extinguishers and a Fire Blanket relevant to the risk involved.

Delegates are given an opportunity to use four different types of Fire Extinguisher and a Fire Blanket on Live Fire using a Training Module simulating the 4 basic fires likely to be found in the home or workplace.

Fire Type 1. Liquid Spill Fire
Fire Type 2. Small Container Solid Fuel Fire
Fire Type 3. Electrical Fire
Fire Type 4. Kitchen Pan Fire

On completion of the course each delegate is presented with a certificate indicating they have demonstrated competent use and correct selection of the Fire Fighting Equipment they used during the course.