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Lion SG4000 Smoke Generator ULTIMATE Package

Availability: May direct ship from manufacturer.
Product Code: SG4000-U

This product is the LION SG4000# Smoke Generator ULTIMATE Package.

The ULTIMATE Package includes:

Realistic Smoke At The Push of a Button

LION SG4000 Smoke Generators continuously produce the best smoke possible for fire and emergency services training. Built on steel chassis with all metal structural components, these smoke generators are made to handle the toughest training demands. SG4000 Smoke Generators are ready to run continuously within 4 to 6 minutes so you can spend more time training and less time waiting for your generator to heat up. Plus, they wirelessly sync with our other training tools to help you create a training environment so real your trainees’ palms will sweat.

Built Firefighter Tough

The SG4000 is built to handle the demands that come with intense training. Whether you are doing search and rescue, ventilation or initial fire attack drills, LION Smoke Generators don’t stop until your training is done.

Smoke Like No Other:

The dual core heater 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. And because keeping you safe and healthy is our number one priority, our smoke has virtually no traces of toxins or harmful chemicals. You and your trainees can get the most from your training without all the health risks.

Smoke Wherever You Need It

LION’s SG4000 Smoke Generator is portable enough to be moved, but tough enough to handle firefighter training thanks to build-in handles, steel chassis and rubberized feet.



  • Supply Voltage: 110-120 V-60 Hz 14.5 amps
  • Power Consumption: Max 1800W
  • Dimensions: 12.5" x 19.25" x 7.5" (53cm x 33cm x 26cm)
  • Weight: 45 lbs (18.4 kg)
  • Power Cord: 10 ft (3 x 1 mm², length 5 metres)
  • Tank Capacity: 5 liters/1.25 gallons
  • Consumption of Smoke Liquid During Continuous Running: 2.6 liters/hr
  • Operating Temperature: 30 degrees F to 90 degrees F (-10 degrees C to 30 degrees C)
  • Smoke Production: 4000 ft/min (630m3/min, Boost and 450 m3/min, Continuous)
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Tough Tools For Intense Training:

  • Realistic Smoke Conditions: Developed to produce a dense, thick smoke with extended hang-time
  • Durable: Built on a steel chassis with all metal structural components
  • Portable: Easily moved to various areas of any facility, where training is being conducted
  • No Smoke Residue: Consistent temperatures keep the smoke from becoming "wet" and producing a residue
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How It Works

  • Realistic: Our smoke generators allow trainees to experience various real-life smoke conditions in a safer and more controlled environment
  • Built To Last: Buying a quality smoke generator can save your department money by reducing your need to purchase replacements
  • Train Anywhere: Easy to move around and operate with the push of a button. Light enough for you to easily add smoke to upper floors in their training towers, vehicles or outside training grounds
  • Less Clean Up: There's nothing worse than having to clean up after a hard day of training. With our high-quality, water-based smoke fluid, clean up is a breeze since the smoke does not leave behind a sticky residue
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Training Opportunities

  • Ventilation: Continuous, high-density smoke facilitates hands-on practice on hydraulic, PPV, horizontal and vertical ventilation
  • Search & Rescue: Create a variety of smoke settings from low to zero visiblity to find victims during search and rescue or thermal-imaging drills
  • Large Area Search: Saturate a training environment with high-density smoke in the time it takes your firefighters to don their gear
  • Mask Confidence: Train firefighters in zero-visbility conditions to test their awareness and confidence of the PPE gear
  • Fast/RIT Combat: Train firefighters to locate and retrieve downed firefighters in a realstic scenario involving smoke