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  • Technologies: FFC/EnviroSafe

  •   • Liquid and Clean • Non-Toxic
     
    • Non-Irritant
     
    • Environmentally Safe

 


  • The World’s First Residential Kitchen (K)   Rated all purpose liquid fire Extinguisher

FireStopper®
PFE-FR (FFC)

Technology: Fire Fighting Catalyst (FFC)™

  • DESCRIPTION:
  • • ENVIRO-SAFE® WET CHEM
    (A High Kinetic Active Foamer & Clean Agent)
  • • USAGE: FireStopper Portable Systems
  • • CLASS: A B C/E, D & K/F, (E&F: EU)

The FFC, is a proprietary Trade Secret Technology and formulations, within the meaning of the Uniform Trade Secret Act ("UTSA") Cal. Civ. Code Sec. 3426, Common law, Business and Profession §17200 and all other applicable statues.

PFE-FR's ENVIRO-SAFE® Technology is designed with exclusive properties that combine multiple fire suppression and barrier production environments, to deliver deep penetration with tremendous endothermic capability, to fully extinguish and obviate these extremely hazardous and dangerous environments.

The FFC Technology Products are the only A, B, C/E, D, K & F fire-fighting products in the market that deliver faster knockdown, no flash back, faster cool down and fully reliable post fire security. In addition, this technology is proven to be the only viable, “green", powder, gas and drop-in Halon/streaming gas replacement.

As an added convenience, when applied to class B & K fires, there is no emulsification, making clean up fast, easy and non-hazardous.

This product is designed for exclusive use in conjunction with FireStopper® portable hardware systems only and is not available for purchase by any other third party.


CLASS-ACLASS A

Structure Fires: Fast knockdown and extinguishment occurs when applying PFE-FR (FFC)™ directly to the fire.

The FFCs totally prevent the thermal inversion phenomenon unlike water & class A-foams that convert into steam, rising through the thermal column and then release the trapped hydrocarbons at the ceiling as they ignite, creating a deadly fire hazard.

"Ordinary combustible" fires are the most common type of fire, and are designated Class A under both systems. These occur when a solid, organic material such as wood, cloth, rubber, or some plastics become heated to their flash point and ignite. At this point the material undergoes combustion and will continue burning as long as the four components of the fire tetrahedron (heat, fuel, oxygen, and the sustaining chemical reaction) are available.

The FFC's retardant properties instantly penetrate deeply through the surface to the fiber, significantly reducing surface and area temperatures thus eliminating re-ignition.

CLASS-B CLASS-k/F CLASS B & K/F

FFCs are fully effective on all hydrocarbon fuels, Polar, Non-Polar, Fats and Vegetable Oils, providing instant post fire retardant reliability and unmatched cooling capability. No Emulsification makes clean up fast, easy and Non-Hazardous.

Flammable or combustible liquid or gaseous fuels. The US system designates all such fires "Class B". In the European / Australian system, flammable liquids are designated "Class B", while burning gases are separately designated "Class C". These fires follow the same basic fire tetrahedron (heat, fuel, oxygen, chemical reaction) as ordinary combustible fires, except that the fuel in question is a flammable liquid such as gasoline, or gas such as natural gas.
Fires that involve cooking oils or fats are designated "Class K" under the US system, and "Class F" under the European / Australasian systems. Though such files are technically a subclass of the flammable liquid/gas class, the special characteristics of these types of fires are considered important enough to be recognizing separately.
CLASS-C/ECLASS C/E

FFCs are the only available and reliable products to quickly and fully extinguish Electric Transformer fire hazards. Class C/E listing is dependent on the hardware system. [FFCs are accredited at 100kv (US) and 35kv (EU) testing]

Electrical fires are fires involving potentially energized electrical equipment. The US system designates these "Class C"; the European/Australian system designates them "Class E". This sort of fire may be caused by, for example, short-circuiting machinery or overloaded electrical cables.
CLASS-DCLASS D (METALS)

(Lithium Or Sodium Metals Excluded)
Applied directly on to the metal fire source will rapidly contain, cool and extinguish the hazard.

Certain metals are flammable or combustible. Fires involving such are designated "Class D" in both systems. Examples of such metals include sodium, titanium, magnesium, potassium, steel, uranium, lithium, plutonium, and calcium. Magnesium and titanium fires are common.

  • FOREST & WILD FIRES
    PFE-FR (FFC)™ Portable System Application:
    1. Land base application:
      1. stop fire progress
      2. create firebreak
      3. post fire cleanup
    2. Pretreatment on structures to prevent ignition and to protect against oncoming fires, reducing property and collateral damage.
    3. Usable through all available equipment

  • ADVANTAGES
    • Non-toxic, non hazardous and non-corrosive
    • Biodegradable
    • Anti-explosive properties
    • No unpleasant odor
    • Great temperature reduction i.e.
      (>1500° F in < 40 sec.)
    • Freeze Resistant: -100°F (-73.33°C)
    • Compatible with all other wet and dry chemicals
    • Superior performance on all Class A, B,C/E, D, and K/F fires
    • Effective on marine fires and will adhere to surfaces such as fiberglass, etc.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND TOXICOLOGY TESTING

# PFE-FR (FFC)™ was independently tested and found to be non-hazardous to humans and animals. The mixture is not an eye or skin Extinguisherand is non-toxic when tested according to the FHSA protocols. It is judged to pose no chronic health hazard. Under European standards (OECD 301 part A-E), FFC's meet "green" qualification. The FFCs require no special labeling or chronic health hazard warning statements and comply with FHSA regulations, 16 CFR 1500 and California Proposition 65.


SPECIFICATION/APPLICATION

PFE-FR (FFC)™ has a water-thin viscosity, making it ideal for potable fire suppression systems and manual applications to fight the broadest range of class A B C/E D (Lithium or Sodium metals excluded) & K/F fires.

  • APPLICATIONS:
    • Petrochemical Industry
    • Tires & Rubber
    • Vehicles: Interiors And Exteriors
    • Flammable Metals
    • Military
    • Transformers
    • Mines
    • Transportation
    • Warehouses
    • Docks & Spills
    • Structural
    • Forest & Wildfires
    • Aero Space
    • Cargo Holds
    • Drop-In Halon Replacement *& More.

*The FFC technology is the only viable, full spectrum fire fighting, “green" drop-in Halon replacement.


  • APPROVALS AND LISTINGS
    • ANSI/UL 711; 711A
    • ULC/CAN/ULC-S508
    • NFPA 10


• IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PURCHASER: ANY ALTERATION TO THE ORIGINAL FORMULA, EXCEPT FOR ITS INTENDED END USE, SHALL VOID ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES OF PRODUCT. The following is made in lieu of all warranties, expressed or implied, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for purpose: Sellers and manufacturer's only obligations shall be to replace such quantity of the product proved to be defective. Before using, user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use, and user will assume all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith. NEITHER SELLER NOR MANUFACTURER SHALL BE LIABLE IN TORT OR IN CONTRACT FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL, ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT.