35iBed

Dallas Fire-Rescue Department’s New Fire Safety House

Mobile Concepts recently designed and manufactured a new Safety House #NextGen for the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department. They chose our iBed model which features an interactive kitchen and bedroom area. Both children and adults can engage in a variety of fire and injury prevention, along with severe weather scenarios that entertain and educate.

Highlights of the 35iBed:

  • Kitchen features a life-like oven and stove top fire simulations
  • Bedroom area features a heated door, escape window, ladder, and a smoke machine system
  • Fire safety & home escape (E.D.I.T.H.) and severe weather training video content for all age groups
  • 10 student response remotes so instructor can test the knowledge of the audience at any time

The Safety House #NextGen 35iBed will now be replacing Dallas’s previous trailer from us which was a 2004 HD-35-2CLRM. Here at Mobile Concepts, we would like to thank the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department for working with us for the second time and hope you enjoy this new unit just as much as the last one!

Click here to learn more about the Safety House #NextGen Models

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Incorporating Fire Safety Education at Fort Bragg Fire Emergency Services

Fort Bragg Fire Emergency Services of North Carolina recently received their new Safety House #NextGen. Our Safety House #NextGen line of trailers provides an interactive educational environment with the latest technology for both children and adults of all ages.

Highlights of the 35iBed include:

  • Front kitchen with life-like oven and stove top fire simulations
  • Rear bedroom with an escape window, emergency escape ladder, and a heated door with electronic temperature display and audible alarm
  • Fire safety & home escape (E.D.I.T.H.) and severe weather video content for all ages
  • After each video, instructors can test what students know before and after each video with the provided 10 response remotes

Click here for more information on our 35iBed Model

 

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Altus AFB is ready for the Next Generation

Mobile Concepts Specialty Vehicles most recent delivery was to Altus AFB located in Oklahoma. They chose our 33iBed model which is a part of our new series of trailers, The Safety House #NextGen. The 33iBed model features a front kitchen area and a rear bedroom. Both rooms have interactive technology and teaching tools to engage the students.

Highlights of the Safety House #NextGen 33iBed include:

  • Life-like oven and stovetop fire simulations
  • Video content for all ages featuring topics such as fire safety, home escape, and severe weather
  • With the use of 10 audience response remotes, educators can test students before and after each video
  • A heated door with electronic temperature display and audible alarm

 

Learn more about the 33iBed

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YOU Become the Life & Fire Safety Expert

33iTheater

Mobile Concepts Safety House #NextGen 33iTheater provides all of the technology so YOU Become the Life & Fire Safety Expert. This premier life and fire safety training simulator features a touch screen monitor that allows the instructor to select from various age-appropriate video scenarios developed by an accredited life and fire safety expert. Like our other #NextGen models, the 33iTheater has a front room kitchen module with life-like stovetop and oven simulations. Educators have the opportunity, with the use of ten (10) audience response devices, to test students before and after each video in order to assess the students.

The rear room configuration includes a theater room for video presentation with flat panel TV, surround sound, dimmable lighting, and seating for up to ten (10). An exterior 55” touch screen monitor can also be installed for additional educational opportunities. Simply put every element of the Safety House Next Generation was engineered to provide you with the features necessary to educate your community’s residents.

To learn more about this unit visit our product page or call us at 724-542-7640.

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