Fire Gone stops fires fast. This fire suppressant is an aerosol fire extinguisher that is easy to use and safe. It is formulated with AFFF, a UL certified fire retardant used in fire departments across the country. This is used for class A, B, and C Fires. The acc-u-sol trigger provides accurate, jet-action spray accurate from 10-12 feet away. Simply put, Fire Suppressant is an aerosol can that suppresses fires when the trigger is activated. It is much more practical than traditional fire extinguishers because it is lightweight, portable and user friendly making small fires easy to extinguish rapidly and safely. Additionally, Fire Suppressant is biodegradable and easy to clean up. Fire Gone is undoubtedly, the most sensible eco-friendly alternative to traditional fire extinguishers for quick resolution of small fires. Works in a unique and ingenious way using a new and proprietary technology. It delivers formulated molecules to create a vapor suppressing aqueous film seal for rapid control of fires while blocking the release of fuel vapor. Formulation then encapsulates the fire itself while forming a foam blanket that floats on the exterior of the ignited material thereby starving it of oxygen. Water contained in this foam blanket then cools the ignited material while continuously forming more foam barriers to further extinguish the fire and prevent additional combustion. Has been trusted for proper fire safety by Fire Departments, municipalities, as well as industrial and commercial companies for many years. Its water based formula has undergone vigorous testing by the world leader in product certification, the Bureau of Veritas Consumer Product Services Inc. Fire Suppressant is capable of extinguishing Class A, B, C and K fires, which include fabric/wood, grease and electric fires.
- Fire suppressant
- Simple to use and ensures rapid results
- Works on class a, b, c and k fires
- Simple clean up, non-corrosive and non-toxic
- Environmentally safe
- Has been tested under nfpa 18 wetting agents tests and passes ul 711 standards
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