Safer Smoke

Give them Better Training and Safer Smoke

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Give them Better Training and Safer Smoke

Stay Safe When Training

NIOSH (National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health) in the United States issued a report detailing the risks of breathing oil-based and glycol-based smoke liquid in firefighter training. These types of liquids expose trainees to harmful levels of chemicals like formaldehyde and diethylene glycol, which have been linked to skin irritation, serious lung damage, and cancer.

Although NIOSH did not use any of our smoke generators in their testing, we always want to make sure we are on the cutting edge of safety. So, we commissioned an independent third-party to test our smoke to see how it compared.


As you can see in the above graphic, HAAGEN smoke generators were far below the exposure limits in all tests, and undetectable in many conditions. Rest assured that your firefighters can train using our generators and smoke liquid all day, without worrying about any devastating health effects.


Built Firefighter Tough

Our smoke fluid is exclusively designed for peak performance when used with our smoke generators. Our generators are built on steel chassis with all metal structural components so that they can handle the bumps, dents and dings that come with intense training. Whether you are doing search and rescue, ventilation or initial fire attack drills, our smoke generators don’t stop until your training is done.

The dual core heater design means our generators create endless amounts of smoke so thick and dense you’ll swear there’s a real fire in the building. Continuous smoke production means your training area gets smoked out, and stays smoked out, until you’re worn out.

Learn more about our ETNA and VICO smoke generators.

For more information on our smoke liquid and smoke generators, fill in the contact form in the banner at the top of this page
or call +61 (0) 400 822 271.


*HAAGEN recommends using respiratory protection when using Smoke Generators for firefighter training and in heavy smoke conditions.