Why Fire Terminator?
FIRE TERMINATOR is an eco-friendly, non-toxic, non-corrosive, efficacious biotechnology designed to use on fires involving modern day materials and content. It can be used safely with any type of firefighting equipment such as bladder tanks, fire-trucks, aspirating non-aspirating discharge devices, etc., without having to worry about flushing out the lines afterwards. Besides, its thermal insulation fights fires at the molecular levels thus preventing re-ignition.
Is Fire Terminator
FIRE TERMINATOR is made 100% from green ingredients.
This bio-technology is free from Perfluorooctanoic Acid [PFOA] and
Perfluorooctanesulfonic Acid [PFOS] which are suspect carcinogens affecting the
health of about 71% of all firefighters. Of plant-origin, this super-efficient solution is exceptionally safe for fire-fighters, the community and the environment.
HOW DOES IT WORKS?
Any Special Equipment needed?
Fire Terminator solution is compatible with all current firefighting equipment (Fire Trucks, Fire planes (CL 415), Fire sprinklers, Foam inductor, etc.)
Any Special application?
Fire Terminator solution can be used as a concentrate or mixed at a percentage (1-3-6 or +) with (fresh or salt) water to knock down all classes of fires.
What about class C?
In the event of an electrical fire, the circuit breaker trips and there is no more electrical conductivity. Thus it can put up easily. But should there be continued electrical conductivity, increasing the concentrate of FT JN1010 to up to 30% will extinguish the Class C fire effectively.
What is the recommended percentage use for Fire Terminator solutions?
Use +6% of FT SLAM/JN 1010 (ex. 1000 gallons at 6% = 60 gallons of JN 1010.)
Use +30% of FT JN 1010 (ex. 1000 gallons at 30% = 300 gallons of JN 1010.)
Use 6 – +15% of FT SLAM/JN 1010 (ex. 1000 gallons at 15% = 150 gallons of JN 1010.)
Use 2.5 – +4% of FT JN 669 (ex. 1000 gallons at 4% = 40 gallons of JN 669.)
Use +30% of FT JN 1010 (open current) (ex. 1000 gallons at 30% = 300 gallons of JN 1010.)
NFPA 11, NFPA 16, NFPA 412, NFPA 403…