Buckeye Fire Equipment Firefighting Foam, Class A Synthetic, 5-Gallon Pail

Buckeye Fire Equipment Firefighting Foam, Class A Synthetic, 5-Gallon Pail

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A mixture of foaming and wetting agents. Changes the properties of water, reducing surface tension and allowing for greater penetration in all Class A fuel and wildland fires. Class A is effective in fighting forest fires and deep-seated fires such as tires, paper, and wooden structures.
  • When proportioned with water, it changes the properties of the water, reducing surface tension and allowing for greater penetration in all Class A fuel and wildland fires
  • Gives the water a foaming ability, allowing it to remain and cling to the surfaces without runoff
  • Noncorrosive
  • Non-toxic
  • Biodegradable
  • Class A Firefighting Foam concentrate is suitable for use through medium expansion discharge devices, compressed air foam systems (CAFS) and arial bambi buckets
  • Recommended application rates from 0.1% to 1.0%
  • Class A Plus is manufactured, tested and evaluated in accordance with N.F.P.A. 298, specifications for Class A foams for wildland fires, helicopter bucket operations, and ground applications
  • Benefits: 3 to 5 times more effective than plain water
  • Can be used with either fresh or salt water
  • Can be used with non-air-aspirating or aspirating handline nozzles
  • Suitable for use with...
  • Helicopter Bambi bucket
  • Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS)
  • Medium expansion nozzles on Class A or contained Class B flammable liquids
  • High-expansion foam generators
  • Suitable for use with most conventional foam proportioning equipment, including:
  • Hypro Corporation Proportioning Systems
  • Flow mix model 500 foam proportioner
  • Balanced pressure pump systems
  • In-line eductor
  • Around the pump proportions
  • Suitable for use on rubber (tires), coal, paper and many other types of Class A fuels
  • Manufactured with materials that do not appear on any federal register under Sara Title III, Sec. 313 of the Federal Superfund and Emergency Planning Regulations
  • Up to 25-year shelf life if kept in the original manufacturer's container and stored within the temperature range of 32°F - 120°F
  • Size: 5-Gallon Pail

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