Cold Fire Suppression System - Complete 1 Liter System
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Cold Fire™ is a multi-purpose fire suppressing agent that beats other foams hands-down! Completely 'green' and non-toxic, Cold Fire puts out any Class A or B fire, hydrocarbons or polar solvents, as well as metals, tires, and asphalt. Also suppresses vapors and helps to remediate spills.
- UL Listed - 2N75
- Will extinguish Class A, Class B, flammable metals and grease fires
- Dilution rate down to just 0.15% for Class A fires
- Meets NFPA 18 Standards
- Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) rating of 0,0,0 - same as water
- 100% soluble in water
- Extinguishes fires (even oil and alcohol-based fires) quickly and on contact; effective on oil well and tanker fires, tire fires, fuel/ethanol fires, grass, brush and forest fires, and metal fires (including magnesium and aluminum)
- Will not gel or crystalize in foam tanks, hoses or nozzles - less cleanup
- Indefinite Shelf Life - never throw away unused foam!
- Completely non-toxic and biodegradable
- Can use in foam tanks, batch mixed, CAFS systems - even water canisters!
- Automatic and manual actuation
- Condensed lightweight design
- Non-toxic, non-corrosive and environmentally friendly
- Kit includes everything to complete system
- Recharge and reset in minutes
Complete system kit # 486-75050 includes the following:
- 1 Liter stainless steel cylinder, 3.25" dia x 15"
- CTSX valve and pressure gauge
- Cylinder bracket with clamps
- Manual actuator
- Ball valve
- 8' Detection tube
- Nozzle with fittings
- 3' composite nozzle tubing
- 32 Degree Coldfire premix
- All hardware and instructions
Please refer to Cold Fire Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
NotesIncludes cylinder, bracket, connectors, line, nozzles, detection tube, clamps, screws and Coldfire premix.
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