Did you know there are different types of fire?
Special spraying foam nozzle
Monoblock aluminum high quality can
Height: 200 mm.
Weight: 284 gr.
Capacity: 250 ml.
Diameter: 53 mm.
Warranty: 1 year (under storage specifications)
Best use period suggested 3 years
Special propellant gas
This propellant does not damage the ozone layer, non-toxic and is non-flammable
Aqueous Film Forming Foam Process (AFFF)
Anti-fire innovative foam technology
Double protection through unique process Multiphase Film Coverage
Is a process where the fire is suffocated twice and so avoids that the fire starts again
High cooling capacity avoids fire reignation
Great extinguish surface coverage
AFFF huge expanding power
Foam turns vegetal oil into soap
Dissolves after use, easy to clean up.
How it works
Anyone can easily use FireOver, any small fire can be extinguished anywhere in the world.
Ther is only one best solution.. with FireOver the fire is over.
For the correct use of FireOver please follow the following instructions:
1 Open the spray
2 Shake it and
3. Apply to the fire (one and a halve meter distance)
FireOver is unique thanks to it´s by FireOver patented Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF).
The aplication of the Aqueous Film Forming Foam, explained in 3 steps:
FireOver Foam is applied, the Foam expands many times its size on release, creating a first layer of foam and film at once.
The FireOver Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) cuts the combustion, then suffocates the fire and finally exhausts the flames.
The Aqueous Film (AF) is released in micro particles from the foam layer onto the complete surface, creating a second layer and so avoiding re-ignition and assuring the fire is extinguished with double protection.
FireOver has been certified by the mayor certification authorities like ISO and CE.
All Laboratory Certificates, Certificates of Conformity and Test Reports
are available on request. Contact us for more information
Types of fire
Fire: there are four elements that must be present for a fire to exist. There must be oxygen to sustain combustion, heat to raise the material to its ignition temperature, fuel to support the combustion and a chemical reaction between the other three elements.
Remove any one of the four elements to extinguish the fire. The concept of Fire Protection is based upon keeping these four elements separate.
Class A fires are fires in ordinary combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth, trash, and plastics.
Class B fires are fires in flammable liquids such as gasoline, petroleum oil and paint. Class B fires also include flammable gases such as propane and butane.
Class E (Electrical) fires are fires involving energized electical equipment such as motors, transformers, and appliances. Remove the power and the Class E fire becomes one of the other classes of fire.
Class F fires are fires in cooking oils and greases such as animals fats and vegetable fats.
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