This layout example was created to allow training for the entrance into a building and the techniques for moving from room to room and searching. This could be incorporated into scenarios with a violent person in the home or work place, hostage situation or locating a person unconscious in a building on fire. This layout is significant and has enough components to allow many changes to the existing layout of replicate other examples such as the house layout, adjoining cells and a number of individual cells.
With use of our range of scenario furniture, rooms can be populated to add realism to the training environment, as well as creating obstacles and spacial awareness.
32 x Full Wall Modules 2m x 1m
5 x Half Wall Module 1m x 1m
25 x Pillar Modules 2m x 25cm x 25cm
7 x Reversible Doors
10 x Lintel/Brace 1.5m x 25cm x 20cm
5 x Barricade Lintel 1m x 25cm x 20cm
5 x Clear PVC Viewing Window
6 x Black Wall Links (Set of 10)
This featured layout is part of a small selection of our most popular configurations.
Our modular Black Wall System is extremely versatile and can be set out to meet any of your spacial requirements. We offer a full bespoke design service which is tailored to your exact needs. Any scenario space can be created according to your specification.
Please contact us for further information. We look forward to working with you to create your perfect training environment.
Multiple Rooms 1
Risk assessments should be conducted by the trainer to identify the level of training/instruction conducted is appropriate, and that any piece of equipment that is used for that training is suitable and all safe guards are in place.
The PVC surface is resistant to most household stains, mild acids, alkalis and drinks, as they are not absorbed by the vinyl and can be wiped off without any problem or lasting damage. Some more difficult substances such as ballpoint pen, ink and food colourings should be wiped off immediately to avoid staining.
Clean with warm soapy water applied with a damp soft, cloth followed by a clean water rinse, again applied with a damp soft cloth, DO NOT SOAK.
This will help retain the covers appearance and durability. Strong detergents, solvent cleaners, polishes or patent chemical cleaners should not be used as they are unnecessary and may cause embrittlement and cracking of the material. In cases where disinfecting is necessary, the surfaces can be cleaned with a 5% solution of bleach in water. This should be used occasionally as excessive use may damage the coated fabric.