Embracing ultrahigh-pressure technology has reduced the cost of Industrial Fire & Hazard Control’s firefighting apparatus while increasing the efficacy of its rapid response fire and rescue vehicle.
Firefighters are also exposed to less risk and experience less fatigue, improving safety overall, as fires are extinguished much faster.
Using one-fifth of the water and covering ten times the area, ultrahigh-pressure technology supersedes traditional firefighting methods.
Results are further enhanced when Industrial Fire combines ultrahigh pressure with Silvex Class A Foam, which creates a dense foam blanket with excellent insulating properties.
Silvex Class A Foam’s superior wetting and penetrating characteristics renders Class A fuels less combustible and allows the solution to penetrate past the char to control deep seated fires, while also reducing the risk of reignition.
Watch this video to learn more from Industrial Fire director Trevor Fiford as well as see the results achieved by combining these firefighting solutions.