Tactical Training Systems launches new website for law enforcement and military personnel

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Sniper training tower in Fresno, California, manufactured by Tactical Training Systems.

Tactical Training Systems, an industry leader in the design and manufacture of pre-engineered steel training structures for a variety of tactical scenarios, has launched a new website at http://www.tacticaltrainingsystems .com. The enhanced site explores the different series of products available from the company, profiles of past projects and details on available funding.

Designed and manufactured specifically for law enforcement and military personnel, Tactical Training Buildings feature structural steel framing, all-steel galvanized and hot-dipped decking systems. Facilities also include roof and floor decks rated at 100-pound live load, heavy-duty welded stairs, and custom features such as elevator shafts, helicopter propellers, and forced doorways.

The new website highlights all products from the 1000 Series single story classroom and residence structures; 2000 Series two-story motel/mall and residence structures; 3000 Series three-story residence structure with 22 moveable partitions; and the 4000 Series Tower/Residence with a 40-foot tall tower and multiple stories. Accessories, color options, and warranty/maintenance information are also included on the new website.

Founded in 2004, Tactical Training Systems is a subsidiary of Fire Facilities, Inc., a manufacturer of American steel live-fire training towers, burn rooms and mobile training units. More than 65 customizable options are available from Fire Installations, including burglary doors, attic burn areas and confined space elevator shafts.

Based in Sun Prairie, Wis., Tactical Training Systems and Fire Facilities, Inc. both manufacture training structures designed to withstand real-world tactical and firefighting conditions. Our parent company, Trachte Building Systems, is one of the largest and oldest manufacturers of steel self-storage systems in the industry.

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