Foam Fire Extinguisher

Applied for fuel fires as either an aspirated (mixed and expanded with air in a branch pipe) or nonaspirated form to seal over the fuel or to form a frothy blanket, preventing oxygen reaching it. Unlike powder, the foam can be used to progressively extinguish fires without a flashback.

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Applied to fuel fires as either an aspirated (mixed and expanded with air in a branch pipe) or nonaspirated form to form a frothy blanket or seal over the fuel, preventing oxygen reaching it. Unlike powder, foam can be used to progressively extinguish fires without flashback.

  

 

Aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF), used on A and B fires and for vapor suppression. The most common type in portable foam extinguishers. It contains fluoro-tensides which can be accumulated in the human body. The long-term effects of this on the human body and environment are unclear at this time.

Alcohol-resistant aqueous film-forming foams (AR-AFFF), used on fuel fires containing alcohol. Forms a membrane between the fuel and the foam preventing the alcohol from breaking down the foam blanket.

Film-forming fluoroprotein (FFFP) contains naturally occurring proteins from animal by-products and synthetic film-forming agents to create a foam blanket that is more heat resistant than the strictly synthetic AFFF foams. FFFP works well on alcohol-based liquids and is used widely in motorsports.

Compressed air foam system (CAFS): Any APW style extinguisher that is charged with a foam solution and pressurized with compressed air. Generally used to extend a water supply in wildland operations. Used on class A fires and with very dry foam on class B for vapor suppression.

Arctic Fire is a liquid fire extinguishing agent that emulsifies and cools heated materials more quickly than water or ordinary foam. It is used extensively in the steel industry. Effective on classes A, B, and D.

FireAde, a foaming agent that emulsifies burning liquids and renders them non-flammable. It is able to cool heated material and surfaces similar to CAFS. Used on A and B (said to be effective on some class D hazards, although not recommended due to the fact that fireade still contains amounts of water which will react with some metal fires).

Cold Fire, is an organic, eco-friendly wetting agent that works to take the heat out of fire by breaking down heat hydrocarbons. Bulk Cold Fire is used in booster tanks and is acceptable for use in CAFS systems. Cold Fire is UL listed and is effective against class A,B,D and K fires. Aerosol versions are preferred by users for cars, boats, RVs, and kitchens. Used primarily by law enforcement, fire departments, EMS, and the racing industry across North America.

 

Foam fire extinguishe will not take up too much space because, lighter, stable quality, it is widely used in homes, factory,school,cars and other areas are the ideal choice. 

The important thing is to dry powder non-toxic to humans and animals. 

Directions:

1. Hold Upright

2. Withdarw Safety Pin

3. Press level Fully Down

4. Point Nozzle At Base Of Fire

5. Recharge After Use Even Partial

6. Check Periodically

7. Working Temperature Range -20°C + 60°C


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