Compressed Air Foam System Serve Multipurpose for Firefighters
Developments are taking place in almost all sectors of the economy; one amongst them is the compressed air foam system.
It is a revolutionary move in the fire fighting department of the government, which has a great capability of addressing various situations of fire fighting, from structural suppression to other firefighting ops. It is a remarkable change from the way fire fighters used to tackle to crisis in the past. With this, fires can be put out faster, thus, reducing the damage caused to the buildings.
Also, compressed air foam system can handle all kind of fires; reduce damage to the environment, and the like. The new system can pump out water, water with foam, compressed air foam or just plain compressed air, and thus enabling the firefighters with an arm to fight all kind of situation. The new system also gives more comfort than anything till date.
This ability of the compressed air foam system serves as a boon to the fire fighters, the industry, mankind, government and thus the economy. By minimizing the damage caused and the damages to be paid as insurance all are saved to a great extent with this new development.
Moreover, this system helps in protecting the firefighters. With light weight hose pipes and good discharge, the firefighters need not get close to the action scene as before and they do keep away from the flames and thus, are safe.
The plus of this system are many. With a high energy foam, it has more effective wetting ability than water, it has great reaching power, great grip to vertical as well as horizontal surfaces; also, it is an environmental friendly device that minimizes heat radiation, cools the atmosphere, reduces damage to property too.
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