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Foam Concentrates

  • Amerex 50/50 Antifreeze Loaded Stream Charge

    Amerex Amerex 50/50 Antifreeze Loaded Stream Charge

    Amerex 506B 50/50 antifreeze loaded stream charge for model AMX240 2.5 gallon water fire extinguishers. Intended to be Used Between -40°F & 120°F

    $90.00

  • Chemguard 6% AFFF MIL-Spec Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard 6% AFFF MIL-Spec Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF (Aqueous Film-Forming Foam) Concentrate combines fluoro- and hydrocarbon-surfactant technology to provide superior fire and vapor suppression for Class B, hydrocarbon fuel fires. This synthetic foam concentrate is intended for firefighting applications at 6% solution in fresh, salt, or hard water. Chemguard C606-MS foam solution utilizes three suppression mechanisms for rapid fire knockdown and superior burnback resistance: The Foam Blanket Blocks Oxygen Supply to The Fuel Liquid Drains From The Foam Blanket & Forms an Aqueous Film That Suppresses Fuel Vapor & Seals The Fuel Surface The Water Content of The Foam Solution Produces a Cooling Effect For Additional Fire Suppression Application: Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF Concentrate is intended for use on Class B hydrocarbon fuel fires having low water solubility, such as crude oils, gasolines, diesel fuels, and aviation fuels. It is not suitable for use on polar fuels having appreciable water solubility, such as methyl and ethyl alcohol, acetone, and methyl ethyl ketone. The concentrate has excellent wetting properties that can effectively combat Class A fires as well. It may also be used in conjunction with dry chemical agents to provide even greater fire suppression performance. Chemguard C606-MS Concentrate is ideal for fixed and emergency response firefighting systems designed to protect naval and aviation assets. Typical applications include: Military & Civilian Aircraft Facilities Crash Fire Rescue (Per US DOT FAA AC No. 150/5210-6D) On-Board Marine/Naval Fire Suppression Systems Storage Tanks Docks/Marine Tankers Approvals, Listings, & Standards: Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF Concentrate is approved, listed, qualified under, or meets the requirements of the following specifications and standards: US Department of Defense Military Specification MIL-F-24385F: Fire Extinguishing Agent, Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) Liquid Concentrate For Fresh & Sea Water. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) UL Standard 162, Foam Liquid Concentrates Fresh & Sea Water National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) NFPA 403, Standard Ffor Aircraft Rescue & Fire-Fighting Services at Airports NFPA 409, Standard on Aircraft Hangars NFPA 412, Standard For Evaluating Aircraft Rescue & Fire-Fighting Foam Fire Equipment NFPA 414, Standard For Aircraft Rescue & Fire-Fighting Vehicles NFPA 418, Standard For Heliports Please contact Tyco Fire Protection Products Technical Services and/or refer to listing agency for current product and compatible hardware listings. The environmentally-mindful Chemguard C606-MS Concentrate formulation contains short-chain, C-6 fluorochemicals manufactured using a telomer-based process. The telomer process produces no PFOS, and these C-6 materials do not breakdown to yield PFOA. The fluorochemicals used in the concentrate meet the goals of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2010/15 PFOA Stewardship Program. Foaming Properties: Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF Concentrate may be effectively applied using most conventional foam discharge equipment at 6% dilution with fresh, salt, or hard water. For optimum performance, water hardness should not exceed 500 ppm expressed as calcium and magnesium. Because of the low energy required to create foam with Chemguard C606-MS Concentrate, the foam solution may be applied with aspirating and non-aspirating discharge devices. Aspirating discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 3.5:1 to 10:1, depending on the type of device and the flow rate. Non-aspirating devices, such as handline water fog/stream nozzles or standard sprinkler heads, typically produce expansion ratios from 2:1 to 4:1. Medium-expansion discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 20:1 to 60:1. Proportioning: Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF Concentrate can be correctly proportioned using most conventional, properly calibrated, in-line proportioning equipment such as:  Balanced & In-Line Balanced Pressure Pump Proportioners Balanced Pressure Bladder Tanks & Ratio Flow Controllers Around-The-Pump Type Proportioners Fixed or Portable In-Line Venturi Type Proportioners Handline Nozzles With Fixed Eductor/Pick-Up Tubes For immediate use: The concentrate may also be diluted with fresh or sea water to a 6% pre-mix solution. For delayed use: Consult Technical Services for guidance regarding suitability of a pre-mix solution (fresh water only). Materials of Construction Compatibility: Chemguard C606-MS Concentrate compatibility with HDPE has been successfully evaluated using ASTM D1693-70 protocol under UL-162 standard. Concentrate corrosion studies with cold-rolled carbon steel (UNS G10100), 90-10 copper-nickel (UNS C70600), 70-30 nickel-copper (UNC N04400), bronze (UNS C90500), and CRES steel (UNS S30400) have been successfully completed per ASTM E527 protocol under MIL-F-24385F specification. To avoid corrosion, galvanized pipe and fittings should never be used in contact with undiluted concentrate. Please refer to Technical Bulletin No. 59 for recommendations and guidance regarding compatibility of Chemguard concentrates with common materials of construction in the firefighting foam industry. Storage & Handling: Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF Concentrate should be stored in the original supplied package (HDPE totes, drums, or pails) or in the foam system equipment recommended by Technical Services. The product should be maintained within the recommended 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C) operational temperature range. If the concentrate freezes during transport or storage, full product serviceability can be restored upon thaw with gentle re-mixing. Factors affecting the foam concentrate long-term effectiveness include temperature exposure and cycling, storage container, air exposure, evaporation, dilution, and contamination. The effective life of Chemguard C606-MS Concentrate can be maximized through optimal storage conditions and proper handling. Chemguard foam concentrates have demonstrated effective firefighting performance with contents stored in the original package under proper conditions for more than 10 years. Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF Concentrate has been successfully evaluated by the US Naval Sea Systems Command for prolonged compatibility with other 6% AFFF concentrates qualified under MIL-F-24385F specification. Mixing With Foam Concentrates Not Vetted by MIL-F-24385F is Not Recommended For Immediate Incident Response, it is Appropriate to Use The Concentrate in Conjunction With Comparable 6% AFFF Products Inspection: Chemguard C606-MS 6% AFFF Concentrate should be inspected periodically per NFPA 11 “Standard for Low-, Medium-, and High-Expansion Foam,” EN 13565-2 “Foam System Standard,” or other relevant standard. A representative concentrate sample should be sent to Tyco Fire Protection Products Foam Analytical Services or other qualified laboratory for quality analysis per the applicable standard. An annual inspection and sample analysis is typically sufficient, unless the product has been exposed to unusual conditions.

    $126.00

  • Chemguard 3% AFFF MIL-Spec Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard 3% AFFF MIL-Spec Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF (Aqueous Film-Forming Foam) Concentrate combines fluoro- and hydrocarbon-surfactant technology to provide superior fire and vapor suppression for Class B, hydrocarbon fuel fires. This synthetic foam concentrate is intended for firefighting applications at 3% solution in fresh, salt, or hard water. Chemguard C306-MS foam solution utilizes three suppression mechanisms for rapid fire knockdown and superior burnback resistance: The Foam Blanket Blocks Oxygen Supply to The Fuel Liquid Drains From The Foam Blanket & Forms an Aqueous Film That Suppresses Fuel Vapor & Seals The Fuel Surface The Water Content of The Foam Solution Produces a Cooling Effect For Additional Fire Suppression Application: Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF Concentrate is intended for use on Class B hydrocarbon fuel fires having low water solubility, such as crude oils, gasolines, diesel fuels, and aviation fuels. It is not suitable for use on polar fuels having appreciable water solubility, such as methyl and ethyl alcohol, acetone, and methyl ethyl ketone. The concentrate has excellent wetting properties that can effectively combat Class A fires as well. It may also be used in conjunction with dry chemical agents to provide even greater fire suppression performance. Chemguard C306-MS Concentrate is ideal for fixed and emergency response firefighting systems designed to protect naval and aviation assets. Typical applications include: Military & Civilian Aircraft Facilities Crash Fire Rescue (Per US DOT FAA AC No. 150/5210-6D) On-Board Marine/Naval Fire Suppression Systems Storage Tanks Docks/Marine Tankers Approvals, Listings, & Standards: Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF Concentrate is approved, listed, qualified under, or meets the requirements of the following specifications and standards: US Department of Defense Military Specification MIL-F-24385F: Fire Extinguishing Agent, Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) Liquid Concentrate For Fresh & Sea Water. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) UL Standard 162, Foam Liquid Concentrates Fresh & Sea Water National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) NFPA 403, Standard For Aircraft Rescue & Fire-Fighting Services at Airports NFPA 409, Standard on Aircraft Hangars NFPA 412, Standard For Evaluating Aircraft Rescue & Fire-Fighting Foam Fire Equipment NFPA 414, Standard For Aircraft Rescue & Fire-Fighting Vehicles NFPA 418, Standard For Heliports Please contact Tyco Fire Protection Products Technical Services and/or refer to listing agency for current product and compatible hardware listings. The environmentally-mindful CHEMGUARD C306-MS Concentrate formulation contains short-chain, C-6 fluorochemicals manufactured using a telomer-based process. The telomer process produces no PFOS, and these C-6 materials do not breakdown to yield PFOA. The fluorochemicals used in the concentrate meet the goals of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2010/15 PFOA Stewardship Program. Foaming Properties: Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF Concentrate may be effectively applied using most conventional foam discharge equipment at 3% dilution with fresh, salt, or hard water. For optimum performance, water hardness should not exceed 500 ppm expressed as calcium and magnesium. Because of the low energy required to create foam with Chemguard C306-MS Concentrate, the foam solution may be applied with aspirating and non-aspirating discharge devices. Aspirating discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 3.5:1 to 10:1, depending on the type of device and the flow rate. Non-aspirating devices, such as handline water fog/stream nozzles or standard sprinkler heads, typically produce expansion ratios from 2:1 to 4:1. Medium-expansion discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 20:1 to 60:1. Proportioning: Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF Concentrate can be correctly proportioned using most conventional, properly calibrated, in-line proportioning equipment such as:  Balanced & In-Line Balanced Pressure Pump Proportioners Balanced Pressure Bladder Tanks & Ratio Flow Controllers Around-The-Pump Type Proportioners Fixed or Portable In-Line Venturi Type Proportioners Handline Nozzles With Fixed Eductor/Pick-Up Tubes For immediate use: The concentrate may also be diluted with fresh or sea water to a 3% pre-mix solution. For delayed use: Consult Technical Services for guidance regarding suitability of a pre-mix solution (fresh water only). Materials of Construction Compatibility: Chemguard C306-MS Concentrate compatibility with HDPE has been successfully evaluated using ASTM D1693-70 protocol under UL-162 standard. Concentrate corrosion studies with cold-rolled carbon steel (UNS G10100), 90-10 copper-nickel (UNS C70600), 70-30 nickel-copper (UNC N04400), bronze (UNS C90500), and CRES steel (UNS S30400) have been successfully completed per ASTM E527 protocol under MIL-F-24385F specification. To avoid corrosion, galvanized pipe and fittings should never be used in contact with undiluted concentrate. Please refer to Technical Bulletin No. 59 for recommendations and guidance regarding compatibility of Chemguard concentrates with common materials of construction in the firefighting foam industry. Storage & Handling: Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF Concentrate should be stored in the original supplied package (HDPE totes, drums, or pails) or in the foam system equipment recommended by Technical Services. The product should be maintained within the recommended 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C) operational temperature range. If the concentrate freezes during transport or storage, full product serviceability can be restored upon thaw with gentle re-mixing. Factors affecting the foam concentrate long-term effectiveness include temperature exposure and cycling, storage container, air exposure, evaporation, dilution, and contamination. The effective life of Chemguard C306-MS Concentrate can be maximized through optimal storage conditions and proper handling. Chemguard foam concentrates have demonstrated effective firefighting performance with contents stored in the original package under proper conditions for more than 10 years. Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF Concentrate has been successfully evaluated by the US Naval Sea Systems Command for prolonged compatibility with other 3% AFFF concentrates qualified under MIL-F-24385F specification. Mixing With Foam Concentrates Not Vetted by MIL-F-24385F is Not Recommended For Immediate Incident Response, it is Appropriate to Use The Concentrate in Conjunction With Comparable 3% AFFF Products Inspection: Chemguard C306-MS 3% AFFF Concentrate should be inspected periodically per NFPA 11 “Standard for Low-, Medium-, and High-Expansion Foam,” EN 13565-2 “Foam System Standard,” or other relevant standard. A representative concentrate sample should be sent to Tyco Fire Protection Products Foam Analytical Services or other qualified laboratory for quality analysis per the applicable standard. An annual inspection and sample analysis is typically sufficient, unless the product has been exposed to unusual conditions.

    $150.00

  • PHOS-CHEK WD881C Pallet

    PHOS-CHEK PHOS-CHEK WD881C Pallet

    Pallet - (48) 5 Gallon Pails- Free Shipping Low viscosity with aerial visibility PHOS-CHEK® WD881C Class A foam concentrate is specially formulated to make water more effective for firefighting. PHOS-CHEK WD881C provides the same superior foam characteristics that you expect from PHOS-CHEK WD881 but disperses well, exhibits a lower viscosity, and provides improved aerial visibility when mixed with extremely cold water. PHOS-CHEK WD881C was developed specifically for use in northern regions where nighttime freezing temperatures are common during the early spring and late fall fire season. Low viscosity at cold temperatures allows the foam concentrate to be readily mixed using eductors, proportioners, and injection devices, even at near or below freezing temperatures. The unique combination of surfactants in PHOS-CHEK WD881C significantly reduces water’s surface tension, and when mixed with air, creates a superior foam blanket that surrounds fuels with a thick layer of water. The foam blanket creates a barrier between the fuel and the fire, knocking down the fire faster than water alone and allows fire fighters to see the areas of application. The reduced surface tension allows the water to penetrate deep into Class A fuels rather than beading up and rolling off before it can be absorbed. Making the water more effective reduces the amount of water needed to extinguish the fire and increases fire fighter safety through quicker knockdown and reduced mop-up/overhaul requirements. Both PHOS-CHEK WD881 and WD881C are the most concentrated Class A foam products available today. Many available products contain significantly more water in the concentrate. The extra water in the concentrate means higher use rates will be required to achieve expected results. PHOS-CHEK WD881C is compatible with fresh water, sea water and long-term retardant. Foam characteristics are not affected by freeze-thaw. PHOS-CHEK WD881C foam concentrate does not contain PFAS chemicals including, but not limited to, PFOS or PFOA. Fluorinated surfactants are used in Class B foam  concentrates and are necessary to form a film on flammable liquid fires.    *Can be used any season. 

    $6,680.00

  • PHOS-CHEK WD881C

    PHOS-CHEK PHOS-CHEK WD881C

    5 Gallon Pail Low viscosity with aerial visibility PHOS-CHEK® WD881C Class A foam concentrate is specially formulated to make water more effective for firefighting. PHOS-CHEK WD881C provides the same superior foam characteristics that you expect from PHOS-CHEK WD881 but disperses well, exhibits a lower viscosity, and provides improved aerial visibility when mixed with extremely cold water. PHOS-CHEK WD881C was developed specifically for use in northern regions where nighttime freezing temperatures are common during the early spring and late fall fire season. Low viscosity at cold temperatures allows the foam concentrate to be readily mixed using eductors, proportioners, and injection devices, even at near or below freezing temperatures. The unique combination of surfactants in PHOS-CHEK WD881C significantly reduces water’s surface tension, and when mixed with air, creates a superior foam blanket that surrounds fuels with a thick layer of water. The foam blanket creates a barrier between the fuel and the fire, knocking down the fire faster than water alone and allows fire fighters to see the areas of application. The reduced surface tension allows the water to penetrate deep into Class A fuels rather than beading up and rolling off before it can be absorbed. Making the water more effective reduces the amount of water needed to extinguish the fire and increases fire fighter safety through quicker knockdown and reduced mop-up/overhaul requirements. Both PHOS-CHEK WD881 and WD881C are the most concentrated Class A foam products available today. Many available products contain significantly more water in the concentrate. The extra water in the concentrate means higher use rates will be required to achieve expected results. PHOS-CHEK WD881C is compatible with fresh water, sea water and long-term retardant. Foam characteristics are not affected by freeze-thaw. PHOS-CHEK WD881C foam concentrate does not contain PFAS chemicals including, but not limited to, PFOS or PFOA. Fluorinated surfactants are used in Class B foam  concentrates and are necessary to form a film on flammable liquid fires.    *Can be used any season. 

    $142.00

  • PHOS-CHEK WD881 Class A Foam Concentrate - Pallet

    PHOS-CHEK PHOS-CHEK WD881 Class A Foam Concentrate - Pallet

    (48 Pails) PHOS-CHEK WD881 Class A Foam concentrate is specially formulated to make water more effective for fire fighting. The unique combination of surfactants in WD881 significantly reduces water’s surface tension and, when mixed with air, creates a superior foam blanket that surrounds fuels with a thick layer of water. This creates a barrier between the fuel and the fire, knocking down the fire faster than water alone, and allow fire fighters to see the areas of application. Making the water more effective reduces the amount of water needed to extinguish the fire, reduces water damage and increases fire fighter safety through quicker knockdown and reduced mop-up/overhaul requirements. WD881 is highly effective for fighting Class A fires when mixed with water at use rates of 0.1% to 1.0%. It has proven effectiveness in many applications including Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS), structural firefighting, forest fire suppression and prescribed burning, mine fires, industrial Class A fires, and for extinguishing hydrocarbon spill fires. WD881 is the most concentrated Class A foam product available today. Other products contain significantly more water in the concentrate. This extra water means higher use rates will be required to achieve expected results. WD881 does not contain fluorinated surfactants such as PFOS/PFOA. Fluorinated surfactants are used in Class B foam concentrates and are necessary to form a film on flammable liquid fires. Class B foams should not be used on Class A fires. Never mix Class A and Class B foam concentrates. WD881 is fully tested and qualified for use by the USDA Forest Service under Specification 5100-307a for all application methods. WD881 is compatible with fresh water, sea water and long-term retardant. Foam characteristics are not affected by freeze-thaw. WD881 is a UL listed wetting agent at only 0.1%, contains NO HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS, is readily biodegradable, and has no flash point, making it safe to use near open flames. WD881 meets the requirements of NFPA 1150. Use Rates: Wetting Agent: 0.1% Direct Attack: 0.3% to 0.5% Mop Up/Overhaul: 0.1% to 0.3% Exposure Protection: 1.0% Brush (Pre-Treatment): 0.7% to 1.0%

    $7,675.00

  • First Response Class A Foam Concentrate - Pallet

    First Response First Response Class A Foam Concentrate - Pallet

    (48 Pails) First Response is the latest development of a budget conscious Class A foam concentrate that compares favorably to the performance of other economy foams such as Chemguard’s Class A foam products and Ansul Silv-ex Plus. First Response is manufactured by the makers of the well known Phos-Chek® brand fire suppression products. First Response is formulated to make water more effective for fire fighting. The unique combination of surfactants significantly reduces water’s surface tension and, when mixed with air, creates a foam blanket that surrounds fuels with a thick layer of water. This creates a barrier between the fuel and the fire, knocking down the fire faster than water alone, and allows fire fighters to see the areas of application. Making the water more effective reduces the amount of water needed to extinguish the fire reducing water damage and increases fire fighter safety through quicker knockdown and reduced mop-up/overhaul requirements. First Response contains NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, is non corrosive, non-toxic, readily biodegradable, and has no flash point. It does not contain any fluorinated surfactants such as PFOS/PFOA, which are found only in Class B foams. First Response Class A foam concentrates have been tested and qualified for use by the USDA Forest Service. First Response meets the requirements of NFPA 1150. It is effective for use in Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS). Use Rates: Wetting Agent: 0.2% Direct Attack: 0.6% to 1.0% Mop Up/Overhaul: 0.2% to 0.6%

    $4,800.00

  • PHOS-CHEK WD881 Class A Foam Concentrate

    PHOS-CHEK PHOS-CHEK WD881 Class A Foam Concentrate

    PHOS-CHEK WD881 Class A Foam concentrate is specially formulated to make water more effective for fire fighting. The unique combination of surfactants in WD881 significantly reduces water’s surface tension and, when mixed with air, creates a superior foam blanket that surrounds fuels with a thick layer of water. This creates a barrier between the fuel and the fire, knocking down the fire faster than water alone, and allow fire fighters to see the areas of application. Making the water more effective reduces the amount of water needed to extinguish the fire, reduces water damage and increases fire fighter safety through quicker knockdown and reduced mop-up/overhaul requirements. WD881 is highly effective for fighting Class A fires when mixed with water at use rates of 0.1% to 1.0%. It has proven effectiveness in many applications including Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS), structural firefighting, forest fire suppression and prescribed burning, mine fires, industrial Class A fires, and for extinguishing hydrocarbon spill fires. WD881 is the most concentrated Class A foam product available today. Other products contain significantly more water in the concentrate. This extra water means higher use rates will be required to achieve expected results. WD881 does not contain fluorinated surfactants such as PFOS/PFOA. Fluorinated surfactants are used in Class B foam concentrates and are necessary to form a film on flammable liquid fires. Class B foams should not be used on Class A fires. Never mix Class A and Class B foam concentrates. WD881 is fully tested and qualified for use by the USDA Forest Service under Specification 5100-307a for all application methods. WD881 is compatible with fresh water, sea water and long-term retardant. Foam characteristics are not affected by freeze-thaw. WD881 is a UL listed wetting agent at only 0.1%, contains NO HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS, is readily biodegradable, and has no flash point, making it safe to use near open flames. WD881 meets the requirements of NFPA 1150. Use Rates: Wetting Agent: 0.1% Direct Attack: 0.3% to 0.5% Mop Up/Overhaul: 0.1% to 0.3% Exposure Protection: 1.0% Brush (Pre-Treatment): 0.7% to 1.0%   Ordering more than 2 - reach out to us to get a shipping quote. 

    $160.00

  • Chemguard 3% X 6% AR-AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard 3% X 6% AR-AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard 3% x 6% AR-AFFF C363 is a specially formulated, aqueous film forming free flowing viscous foam concentrate. It forms a vapor suppressing aqueous film on hydrocarbon type fuels or a polymeric membrane on polar solvent/water miscible type fuels. It is intended for use at a proportioning rate of 3% (3 parts AR-AFFF concentrate to 97 parts water) on hydrocarbon fuels such as gasoline, kerosene, diesel etc. Chemguard 3% x 6% AR-AFFF is intended for use at a 6% proportioning rate (6 parts AR-AFFF concentrate to 94 parts water) on polar solvent/water miscible fuels such as alcohols, ketones, esters, etc. Features: U. L. Listed, Foam Liquid Concentrates FM Approved Suitable For Use With Either Fresh or Salt Water Excellent Wetting Characteristics When Used in Combating Class “A” Fuel Fires Suitable For Use With Carbon Steel, Fiberglass, Polyethylene Or Stainless Steel. Chemguard 3% X 6% AR-AFFF is Not Compatible With Galvanized Pipe or Fittings in an Undiluted Form Suitable With Dry Chemical Extinguishing Agents Suitable For Use on Hydrocarbon or Polar Solvent Type Fuels Suitable For Use With Both Air-Aspirating Foam & Standard Water Fog Nozzles Proportioning: Fixed or Portable In-Line Eductors In-Line Balanced Pressures & Pump Pressure Proportioning Systems Around The Pump Proportioners Handline, Air-Aspirating Nozzles With Fixed Eductor Pickup Tube Discharge Devices: Foam Chambers Standard Water Fog Nozzles For Handlines & Monitors Air-Aspirating Foam Nozzles Foam Makers For Use With Either Floating Roof Storage Tanks or Dike/Bund Protection Systems Foaming Properties: Aspirating type discharge devices typically generate expansion ratios between 6-10 to 1 when 3% x 6% AR-AFFF is mixed with water at the correct ratio. Non-aspirating type devices will typically generate expansion ratios of between 2-4 to 1. Expansion ratios are dictated by the type of discharge device, flow rate and discharge pressure. Design Information: Cannot be used in sub-surface applications with polar solvent type fuels. Environmental Information: Chemguard 3%-6% AR-AFFF is biodegradable, low in toxicity and can be treated in sewage treatment plants. Please refer to Chemguard Technical Bulletin regarding foam products and the environment. Storage: If kept in the original unopened and airtight Chemguard supplied container and stored within the temperature range of 35°F to 120°F(2°C-49°C), a shelf life of between 20-25 years can be expected. If the AR-AFFF is to be stored in an atmospheric type foam concentrate storage tank, whether on mobile apparatus or stationary, limit the air space above the surface of the concentrate when possible and place a layer of quality mineral oil on the surface of the foam concentrate to minimize any effect from evaporation.

    $217.00

  • Chemguard 3% X 3% AR-AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard 3% X 3% AR-AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard 3% x 3% AR-AFFF is a specially formulated, free flowing, viscous, aqueous film forming foam concentrate. It forms a vapor suppressing aqueous film on hydrocarbon type fuels or a polymeric membrane on polar solvent/water miscible type fuels. Chemguard 3% x 3% AR-AFFF is intended for use at a proportioning rate of 3% (3 parts AR-AFFF to 97 parts water) on hydrocarbon fuels such as gasoline, kerosene, diesel, etc., and on polar solvent fuels such as alcohols, ketones, esters, etc. Chemguard 3% x 3% AR-AFFF is specifically formulated for Topside, or Type II and Type III applications. Features: U.L. Listed, Foam Liquid Concentrate Used At a 3% Proportioning Rate on Both Hydrocarbon & Polar Solvent Fuels Suitable For Use With Either Fresh or Salt Water Excellent Wetting Characteristics When Used in Combating Class “A” Fuel Type Fires Suitable For Use With Fiberglass, Polyethylene or Stainless Steel. 3% - 3% AR-AFFF is Not Compatible With Galvanized Pipe or Fittings in an Undiluted Form Suitable For Use on Hydrocarbon or Polar Solvent Type Fuels Suitable For Use With Both Air-Aspirating Foam & Standard Water Fog Nozzles Economized For Topside Applications Proportioning: Fixed or Portable In-Line Eductors In-Line Balanced Pressures & Pump Pressure Proportioning Systems Around The Pump Proportioners Handline, Air-Aspirating Nozzles With Fixed Eductor Pickup Tube Discharge Devices: Foam Chambers Standard Water Fog Nozzles For Handlines & Monitors Air-Aspirating Foam Nozzles Foam Makers For Use With Either Floating Roof Storage Tanks or Dike/Bund Protection Systems Foaming Properties: Aspirating type discharge devices typically generate expansion ratios between 6-10 to 1 when 3% - 3% AR-AFFF is mixed with water at the correct ratio. Non-aspirating type devices will typically generate expansion ratios of between 2-4 to 1. Expansion ratios are dictated by the type of discharge device, flow rate and discharge pressure Environmental Impact: Chemguard 3% - 3% AR-AFFF is biodegradable, low in toxicity and can be treated in sewage treatment plants. Please refer to Chemguard Technical Bulletin regarding foam products and the environment. Storage: If kept in the original unopened and airtight Chemguard supplied container and stored within the temperature range of 35ºF - 120ºF, a shelf life of between 20 - 25 years can be expected. If the AR-AFFF is to be stored in an atmospheric type foam concentrate storage tank whether on mobile apparatus or stationary, limit the airspace above the surface of the concentrate where possible and place a thin layer of quality mineral oil on the surface of the foam concentrate to minimize any effect from evaporation.

    $181.00

  • Chemguard 6% AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard 6% AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard C6B 6% AFFF (Aqueous Film-Forming Foam) Concentrate combines fluoro- and hydrocarbon-surfactant technology to provide superior fire and vapor suppression for Class B, hydrocarbon fuel fires. This synthetic foam concentrate is intended for firefighting applications at 6% solution in fresh, salt, or hard water. Chemguard C6B foam solution utilizes three suppression mechanisms for rapid fire knockdown and superior burnback resistance: The Foam Blanket Blocks Oxygen Supply to The Fuel Liquid Drains From The Foam Blanket & Forms an Aqueous Film That Suppresses Fuel Vapor & Seals The Fuel Surface The Water Content of The Foam Solution Produces a Cooling Effect For Additional Fire Suppression Application: Chemguard C6B 6% AFFF Concentrate is intended for use on Class B hydrocarbon fuel fires having low water solubility, such as crude oils, gasolines, diesel fuels, and aviation fuels. It is not suitable for use on polar fuels having appreciable water solubility, such as methyl and ethyl alcohol, acetone, and methyl ethyl ketone. The concentrate has excellent wetting properties that can effectively combat Class A fires as well. It may also be used in conjunction with dry chemical agents to provide even greater fire suppression performance. Chemguard C6B Concentrate is ideal for fixed, semi-fixed, and emergency response firefighting systems for industrial and municipal applications. Typical applications include: Fuel or Chemical Storage Tanks Industrial Chemical & Petroleum Process/Storage Facilities Truck/Rail Loading & Unloading Facilities Flammable Liquid Containment Areas Docks/Marine Tankers Mobile Equipment Approvals, Listings, & Standards: Chemguard C6B 6% AFFF Concentrate is approved, listed, qualified under, or meets the requirements of the following specifications and standards: Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) UL Standard 162, Foam Liquid Concentrates Chemguard C6B Concentrate is designed in accordance with the following National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards: NFPA 11, Standard For Low, Medium, & High Expansion Foam The environmentally-mindful Chemguard C6B Concentrate formulation contains short-chain, C-6 fluorochemicals manufactured using a telomer-based process. The telomer process produces no PFOS, and these C-6 materials do not breakdown to yield PFOA. The fluorochemicals used in the concentrate meet the goals of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2010/15 PFOA Stewardship Program. Foaming Properties: Chemguard C6B 6% AFFF Concentrate may be effectively applied using most conventional foam discharge equipment at 6% dilution with fresh, salt, or hard water. For optimum performance, water hardness should not exceed 500 ppm expressed as calcium and magnesium. Chemguard C6B Concentrate requires low energy to foam and the foam solution may be applied with aspirating and non-aspirating discharge devices. Aspirating discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 3.5:1 to 10:1 depending on the type of device and the flow rate. Non-aspirating devices, such as handline water fog/stream nozzles or standard sprinkler heads, typically produce expansion ratios from 2:1 to 4:1. Medium-expansion discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 20:1 to 60:1. Proportioning: Chemguard C6B 6% AFFF Concentrate can be correctly proportioned using most conventional, properly calibrated, in-line proportioning equipment such as: Balanced & In-Line Balanced Pressure Pump Proportioners Balanced Pressure Bladder Tanks & Ratio Flow Controllers Around-The-Pump Type Proportioners Fixed or Portable In-Line Venturi Type Proportioners Handline Nozzles With Fixed Eductor/Pick-Up Tubes The recommended operational temperature range for this foam concentrate is 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C). For immediate use: The concentrate may be diluted with fresh or sea water to a 6% pre-mix solution. For delayed use: Consult Technical Services for guidance regarding suitability of a pre-mix solution (fresh water only). Materials of  Construction Compatibility: To avoid corrosion, galvanized pipes and fittings should never be used in contact with undiluted concentrate. Please contact Technical Services for recommendations and guidance regarding compatibility of Chemguard concentrates with common materials of construction in the firefighting foam industry. Storage & Handling: Chemguard C6B 6% AFFF Concentrate should be stored in the original supplied package (HDPE totes, drums, or pails) or in the foam system equipment recommended by Technical Services. The product should be maintained within the recommended 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C) operational temperature range. If the concentrate freezes during transport or storage, full product serviceability can be restored upon thaw with gentle re-mixing. Factors affecting foam concentrate long-term effectiveness include temperature exposure and cycling, storage container, air exposure, evaporation, dilution, and contamination. The effective life of Chemguard C6B Concentrate can be maximized through optimal storage conditions and proper handling. Chemguard foam concentrates have demonstrated effective firefighting performance with contents stored in the original package under proper conditions for more than 10 years. Mixing Chemguard C6B Concentrate with other foam concentrates for long-term storage is not recommended. Use in conjunction with comparable 6% AFFF products for immediate incident response is appropriate. Inspection: Chemguard C6B 6% AFFF Concentrate should be inspected periodically per NFPA 11 “Standard for Low-, Medium-, and High-Expansion Foam,” EN 13565-2 “Foam System Standard,” or other relevant standard. A representative concentrate sample should be sent to Tyco Fire Protection Products Foam Analytical Services or other qualified laboratory for quality analysis per the applicable standard. An annual inspection and sample analysis is typically sufficient unless the product has been exposed to unusual conditions.

    $105.00

  • Chemguard 1% AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard 1% AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard C1B 1% AFFF (Aqueous Film-Forming Foam) Concentrate combines fluoro- and hydrocarbon-surfactant technology to provide superior fire and vapor suppression for Class B, hydrocarbon fuel fires. This synthetic foam concentrate is intended for firefighting applications at 1% solution in fresh, salt, or hard water. Chemguard C1B foam solution utilizes three suppression mechanisms for rapid fire knockdown and superior burnback resistance: The Foam Blanket Blocks Oxygen Supply to The Fuel Liquid Drains From The Foam Blanket & Forms an Aqueous Film That Suppresses Fuel Vapor & Seals The Fuel Surface The Water Content of The Foam Solution Produces a Cooling Effect For Additional Fire Suppression Application: Chemguard C1B 1% AFFF Concentrate is intended for use on Class B hydrocarbon fuel fires having low water solubility, such as crude oils, gasolines, diesel fuels, and aviation fuels. It is not suitable for use on polar fuels having appreciable water solubility, such as methyl and ethyl alcohol, acetone, and methyl ethyl ketone. The concentrate has excellent wetting properties that can effectively combat Class A fires as well. It may also be used in conjunction with dry chemical agents to provide even greater fire suppression performance. Chemguard C1B Concentrate is ideal for fixed, semi-fixed, and emergency response firefighting systems for industrial and municipal applications. Typical applications include: Fuel or Chemical Storage Tanks Industrial Chemical & Petroleum Process/Storage Facilities Truck/Rail Loading & Unloading Facilities Flammable Liquid Containment Areas Docks/Marine Tankers Mobile Equipment Approvals, Listings, & Standards: Chemguard C1B 1% AFFF Concentrate is approved, listed, qualified under, or meets the requirements of the following specifications and standards: Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) UL Standard 162, Foam Liquid Concentrates Chemguard C1B Concentrate is designed in accordance with the following National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards: NFPA 11, Standard For Low, Medium, & High Expansion Foam The environmentally-mindful Chemguard C1B Concentrate formulation contains short-chain, C-6 fluorochemicals manufactured using a telomer-based process. The telomer process produces no PFOS, and these C-6 materials do not breakdown to yield PFOA. The fluorochemicals used in the concentrate meet the goals of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2010/15 PFOA Stewardship Program. Foaming Properties: Chemguard C1B 1% AFFF Concentrate may be effectively applied using most conventional foam discharge equipment at 1% dilution with fresh, salt, or hard water. For optimum performance, water hardness should not exceed 500 ppm expressed as calcium and magnesium. Chemguard C1B Concentrate requires low energy to foam and the foam solution may be applied with aspirating and non-aspirating discharge devices. Aspirating discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 3.5:1 to 10:1 depending on the type of device and the flow rate. Non-aspirating devices, such as handline water fog/stream nozzles or standard sprinkler heads, typically produce expansion ratios from 2:1 to 4:1. Medium-expansion discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 20:1 to 60:1. Proportioning: Chemguard C1B 1% AFFF Concentrate can be correctly proportioned using most conventional, properly calibrated, in-line proportioning equipment such as: Balanced & In-Line Balanced Pressure Pump Proportioners Balanced Pressure Bladder Tanks & Ratio Flow Controllers Around-The-Pump Type Proportioners Fixed or Portable In-Line Venturi Type Proportioners Handline Nozzles With Fixed Eductor/Pick-Up Tubes The recommended operational temperature range for this foam concentrate is 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C). For immediate use: The concentrate may be diluted with fresh or sea water to a 1% pre-mix solution. For delayed use: Consult Technical Services for guidance regarding suitability of a pre-mix solution (fresh water only). Materials of Construction Compatibility: To avoid corrosion, galvanized pipes and fittings should never be used in contact with undiluted concentrate. Please contact Technical Services for recommendations and guidance regarding compatibility of Chemguard concentrates with common materials of construction in the firefighting foam industry. Storage & Handling: Chemguard C1B 1% AFFF Concentrate should be stored in the original supplied package (HDPE totes, drums, or pails) or in the foam system equipment recommended by Technical Services. The product should be maintained within the recommended 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C) operational temperature range. If the concentrate freezes during transport or storage, full product serviceability can be restored upon thaw with gentle re-mixing. Factors affecting foam concentrate long-term effectiveness include temperature exposure and cycling, storage container, air exposure, evaporation, dilution, and contamination. The effective life of Chemguard C1B Concentrate can be maximized through optimal storage conditions and proper handling. Chemguard foam concentrates have demonstrated effective firefighting performance with contents stored in the original package under proper conditions for more than 10 years. Mixing Chemguard C1B Concentrate with other foam concentrates for long-term storage is not recommended. Use in conjunction with comparable 6% AFFF products for immediate incident response is appropriate. Inspection: Chemguard C1B 1% AFFF Concentrate should be inspected periodically per NFPA 11 “Standard for Low-, Medium-, and High-Expansion Foam,” EN 13565-2 “Foam System Standard,” or other relevant standard. A representative concentrate sample should be sent to Tyco Fire Protection Products Foam Analytical Services or other qualified laboratory for quality analysis per the applicable standard. An annual inspection and sample analysis is typically sufficient unless the product has been exposed to unusual conditions.

    $475.00

  • Chemguard Class A-Plus Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard Class A-Plus Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard First Class is a non-corrosive, non-toxic, biodegradable Class A foam concentrate.  When mixed with water in the correct proportion, it changes the properties of water.  It reduces the surface tension of the water, and produces foam, which allows the water to cling to vertical or horizontal surfaces without run off.  This allows the water to absorb more heat and provides greater penetration into Class A fuels. Features: 3 to 5 Times More Effective Than Untreated Water Will Wet Class “A” Fuels up to 20 Times More Efficiently Than Untreated Water Suitable With Either Fresh or Salt Water Suitable With Non-Air Aspirating or Aspirating Hand Line Nozzles Suitable For Use on Rubber (Tires), Coal, Paper & Many Other Types of Class “A” Fuels Suitable Through Medium Expansion Nozzles on Class “A” or Contained Class “B” Flammable Liquids Manufactured With Materials That do Not Appear on Any Federal Register Under Sara Title III, Sec. 313 of The Federal Superfund & Emergency Planning Regulations Five (5) Gallon Pail

    $111.00

  • Chemguard DirectAttack Class A Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard DirectAttack Class A Foam Concentrate

    DIRECTATTACK foam agent concentrate is a Low-, Medium-, and High-Expansion Foam, Class A fire control foam concentrate formulated from specialty hydrocarbon surfactants, stabilizers, corrosion-inhibitors, and solvents. The foam agent solution has been proven effective on many deep-seated Class A fuel fires, such as tire fires, paper fires, coal fires, structure fires, and wild fires. The foam agent also provides superior cold weather performance. DIRECTATTACK foam agent concentrate can be proportioned from 0.1% to 1.0% in fresh, brackish, or sea water. When used as a pre-mixed solution, only fresh or potable water should be used if the premix is to be stored over long periods of time. Because of the extremely low proportioning rate, the foam agent concentrate offers outstanding economy in concentrate storage space, cost (compared to conventional 3% and 6% foam agents), and water hauling requirements. For example, a 5 gal (19 L) pail of foam agent concentrate produces 500 gal (1,893 L) of fire control foam agent solution at 1% concentration and produces 5,000 gal (18,927 L) of foam agent solution at 0.1% concentration. Fire suppression mechanisms and characteristics in effect when using DIRECTATTACK foam agent concentrate include: Reduction of The Water Surface Tension Provides The Foam Agent Solution With Superior Wetting & Penetrating Characteristics. This Helps Make Class A Fuels Less Combustible & Allows The Solution to Penetrate Past The Char to Help Control Deep Seated Fires. Extended Drain Time Provides Longer Surface Wetting, Reducing The Risk of Ignition / Re-Ignition. Creation of a Dense Foam Blanket Which Provides an Insulating Barrier Between The Fuel & Air. Suppression of Combustible Vapors While Cooling The Fuel. Forms a Brilliant White Foam That Reflects Heat. High Viscosity Allows Foam to Cling to Vertical Surfaces For Increased Protection. Applicable suppression mechanisms and some properties of DIRECTATTACK foam agent solution depend on the type of foam delivery device used. The foam agent has a reduced environmental signature and does not have any EPA reportable contents. DIRECTATTACK foam agent includes the following environmental qualities: Foam Agent Does Not Destroy or Retard New Forest Growth. Foam Agent Will Not Harm Fish or Wildlife. Foam Agent is Biodegradable in Soils, Aquatic Ecosystems, & Sewage Treatment Facilities. APPLICATION DIRECTATTACK Foam Agent Fire Suppression Concentrate is Designed Specifically For Use on Class A Fuel Fires Including Wood Fires, Paper Fires, Coal Fires, Structure Fires, & Rubber Fires. Foam Agent Gives The Fire Fighter Suppression Capabilities, Exposure Protection, & Increased Safety. Although Designed For Class A Fires, Foam Agent Can be Effective on Some Class B Flammable Liquid Fires When Applied by Medium & High-Expansion Devices. Foam Agent Can be Used With Aspirating & Non-Aspirating Discharge Devices, Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS), or Dropped From Fixed or Rotary Wing Aircraft. APPROVALS & LISTINGS  The performance of DIRECTATTACK foam agent concentrate is measured against and/or is on the approved list of the following: NFPA 1150: Foam Chemicals For Fire in Class A Fuels Canadair Corporation: Approved For Use in The CL-215 & CL-415 Aircraft & Foam Metering Systems USDA Forest Service Specification 307a: Fire Suppressant Foam For Wildland Firefighting FOAMING PROPERTIES When used with fresh, sea, or brackish water at the correct proportioning rate, the expansion will vary depending on the performance characteristics of the foam making equipment. PROPORTIONING DIRECTATTACK foam agent concentrate can be proportioned using most conventional proportioning equipment. STORAGE & HANDLING DIRECTATTACK foam agent concentrate should be stored in the original packaging supplied (polyethylene drums or pails) or in equipment recommended by the manufacturer as part of the foam system and within the temperature limits specified. The recommended storage temperature for foam agent concentrate is 30 °F to 120 °F (–1 °C to 49 °C). If the product is frozen during storage or transportation, thawing will allow the foam agent concentrate to be used. COMPATIBILITY  Consult with Tyco Fire Protection Products before mixing DIRECTATTACK foam agent concentrate with other manufacturer’s products. MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION COMPATIBILITY  Tests have been performed with DIRECTATTACK foam agent verifying its compatibility with the steel, stainless steel, yellow brass, magnesium, and aluminum alloys found in aerial and ground-based firefighting equipment. The foam agent is also compatible with standard fire fighter turn out gear and hose material. The standard procedure for flushing with fresh water should be used with all equipment used with foam agent concentrate or foam agent solution.

    $115.00

  • Chemguard 3% AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard Chemguard 3% AFFF Foam Concentrate

    Chemguard C3B 3% AFFF (Aqueous Film-Forming Foam) Concentrate combines fluoro- and hydrocarbon-surfactant technology to provide superior fire and vapor suppression for Class B, hydrocarbon fuel fires. This synthetic foam concentrate is intended for firefighting applications at 3% solution in fresh, salt, or hard water. Chemguard C3B foam solution utilizes three suppression mechanisms for rapid fire knockdown and superior burnback resistance: The Foam Blanket Blocks Oxygen Supply to The Fuel Liquid Drains From The Foam Blanket & Forms an Aqueous Film That Suppresses Fuel Vapor & Seals The Fuel Surface The Water Content of The Foam Solution Produces a Cooling Effect For Additional Fire Suppression. Application: Chemguard C3B 3% AFFF Concentrate is intended for use on Class B hydrocarbon fuel fires having low water solubility, such as crude oils, gasolines, diesel fuels, and aviation fuels. It is not suitable for use on polar fuels having appreciable water solubility, such as methyl and ethyl alcohol, acetone, and methyl ethyl ketone. The concentrate has excellent wetting properties that can effectively combat Class A fires as well. It may also be used in conjunction with dry chemical agents to provide even greater fire suppression performance. Chemguard C3B Concentrate is ideal for fixed, semi-fixed, and emergency response firefighting systems for industrial and municipal applications. Typical applications include: Fuel or Chemical Storage Tanks Industrial Chemical & Petroleum Process/Storage Facilities Truck/Rail Loading & Unloading Facilities Flammable Liquid Containment Areas Docks/Marine Tankers Mobile Equipment Approvals, Listings, & Standards: Chemguard C3B 3% AFFF Concentrate is approved, listed, qualified under, or meets the requirements of the following specifications and standards: Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) UL Standard 162, Foam Liquid Concentrates Chemguard C3B Concentrate is designed in accordance with the following National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards: NFPA 11, Standard for Low, Medium, & High Expansion Foam The environmentally-mindful Chemguard C3B Concentrate formulation contains short-chain, C-6 fluorochemicals manufactured using a telomer-based process. The telomer process produces no PFOS, and these C-6 materials do not breakdown to yield PFOA. The fluorochemicals used in the concentrate meet the goals of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2010/15 PFOA Stewardship Program. Foaming Properties: Chemguard C3B 3% AFFF Concentrate may be effectively applied using most conventional foam discharge equipment at 3% dilution with fresh, salt, or hard water. For optimum performance, water hardness should not exceed 500 ppm expressed as calcium and magnesium. Chemguard C3B Concentrate requires low energy to foam and the foam solution may be applied with aspirating and non-aspirating discharge devices. Aspirating discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 3.5:1 to 10:1 depending on the type of device and the flow rate. Non-aspirating devices, such as handline water fog/stream nozzles or standard sprinkler heads, typically produce expansion ratios from 2:1 to 4:1. Medium-expansion discharge devices typically produce expansion ratios from 20:1 to 60:1. Proportioning: Chemguard C3B 3% AFFF Concentrate can be correctly proportioned using most conventional, properly calibrated, in-line proportioning equipment such as: Balanced & In-Line Balanced Pressure Pump Proportioners Balanced Pressure Bladder Tanks & Ratio Flow Controllers Around-The-Pump Type Proportioners Fixed or Portable In-Line Venturi Type Proportioners Handline Nozzles With Fixed Eductor/Pick-Up Tubes The recommended operational temperature range for this foam concentrate is 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C). For immediate use: The concentrate may be diluted with fresh or sea water to a 3% pre-mix solution. For delayed use: Consult Technical Services for guidance regarding suitability of a pre-mix solution (fresh water only). Materials of Construction Compatibility: To avoid corrosion, galvanized pipes and fittings should never be used in contact with undiluted concentrate. Please contact Technical Services for recommendations and guidance regarding compatibility of Chemguard concentrates with common materials of construction in the firefighting foam industry. Storage & Handling: Chemguard C3B 3% AFFF Concentrate should be stored in the original supplied package (HDPE totes, drums, or pails) or in the foam system equipment recommended by Technical Services. The product should be maintained within the recommended 35 °F to 120 °F (2 °C to 49 °C) operational temperature range. If the concentrate freezes during transport or storage, full product serviceability can be restored upon thaw with gentle re-mixing. Factors affecting foam concentrate long-term effectiveness include temperature exposure and cycling, storage container, air exposure, evaporation, dilution, and contamination. The effective life of Chemguard C3B Concentrate can be maximized through optimal storage conditions and proper handling. Chemguard foam concentrates have demonstrated effective firefighting performance with contents stored in the original package under proper conditions for more than 10 years. Mixing Chemguard C3B Concentrate with other foam concentrates for long-term storage is not recommended. Use in conjunction with comparable 6% AFFF products for immediate incident response is appropriate. Inspection: Chemguard C3B 3% AFFF Concentrate should be inspected periodically per NFPA 11 “Standard for Low-, Medium-, and High-Expansion Foam,” EN 13565-2 “Foam System Standard,” or other relevant standard. A representative concentrate sample should be sent to Tyco Fire Protection Products Foam Analytical Services or other qualified laboratory for quality analysis per the applicable standard. An annual inspection and sample analysis is typically sufficient unless the product has been exposed to unusual conditions.

    $207.00

  • First Response Class A Foam Concentrate

    First Response First Response Class A Foam Concentrate

    First Response is the latest development of a budget conscious Class A foam concentrate that compares favorably to the performance of other economy foams such as Chemguard’s Class A foam products and Ansul Silv-ex Plus. First Response is manufactured by the makers of the well known Phos-Chek® brand fire suppression products. First Response is formulated to make water more effective for fire fighting. The unique combination of surfactants significantly reduces water’s surface tension and, when mixed with air, creates a foam blanket that surrounds fuels with a thick layer of water. This creates a barrier between the fuel and the fire, knocking down the fire faster than water alone, and allows fire fighters to see the areas of application. Making the water more effective reduces the amount of water needed to extinguish the fire reducing water damage and increases fire fighter safety through quicker knockdown and reduced mop-up/overhaul requirements. First Response contains NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, is non corrosive, non-toxic, readily biodegradable, and has no flash point. It does not contain any fluorinated surfactants such as PFOS/PFOA, which are found only in Class B foams. First Response Class A foam concentrates have been tested and qualified for use by the USDA Forest Service. First Response meets the requirements of NFPA 1150. It is effective for use in Compressed Air Foam Systems (CAFS). Use Rates: Wetting Agent: 0.2% Direct Attack: 0.6% to 1.0% Mop Up/Overhaul: 0.2% to 0.6%

    $143.00

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