Class A fires (trash, wood, and paper), Class B fires (liquids, gases), and Class C fires (electrical) can all be put out using Afff type fire extinguishers. In order to stop the flames from spreading, they smother the fire with a layer of foam, cutting off the oxygen supply. They are simple to use and low upkeep. Aqueous film forming foam (AFFF), a fire suppressant, is used to put out flammable liquid flames like fuel fires. These are frequently employed in firefighting apparatus, shipboard and land-based facility fire suppression systems, and fire training facilities as well. Afff type fire extinguishers work on solid fires by soaking and cooling the lighting object and are between 94% and 97% water with a foam ingredient.
+5 deg C - +40 deg C
|Brand||Fire Engineering Technology|
|Body Material||Mild Steel|
|Operating Temperature||+5 Degree C - +40 Degree C|
|Operating Pressure||12 Bar|
|Discharge Time||14 Sec|