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What is the shelf life of Class A Foam?

Class A foam will last 25 years in it's original sealed container.


What is shelf life of ATC and AFFF Foam?

Class B foam will last 25 years in it's original sealed container.


What is the shelf life of DECON foam?

The ingredients in DECON foam can store indefinitely, but once mixed becomes effective for the next 8 hours.


What is the environmental impact of Class A foam on water supplies, sewage runoffs, well water, lawns and gardens?

All of our Class A foams (Class A, Wetting Agent, Super High Expansion) are environmentally safe and pose no risk to the environment. The runoff is safe for sewage systems and storm drains. The agent has a minimal effect on household lawns and generally will soak in past the top layer of sod/grass. The foam has no effect on water tables since the chemical residues are environmentally safe and caught by the the earth above the water table.


What is a Class A, B, C, & D fire?

  • Class A fire is one involving ordinary combustible materials, such as wood, cloth, paper, rubber, as well as many plastics.

  • Class B fire is one involving petroleum based products, flammable liquids, greases, gasses and rubber.

  • Class C fire is one involving energized electrical equipment. As long as electricity is flowing to and through the electrical appliance. Remember: when the electricity is shut off, the fire becomes a Class A fire and usually goes out unless it had gained enough headway at the time of electricity shut-off that it had transmitted the fire to other substances.

  • Class D fire is one involving combustible metals or metals which generate their own oxygen, such as magnesium, titanium, zirconium, sodium and potassium.


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