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  • Angus Fire | FP350
    protein foaming agent and contains no harmful synthetic detergent or glycol ether Applications FP350 is the ideal fire fighting foam to use in situations where hydrocarbon fuels such as crude oil gasoline and fuel oils are stored processed or transported It is used extensively by major world oil and petrochemical companies for hydrocarbon storage tank fire protection Other typical applications include process areas road rail loading racks power stations marine

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/fp/fp350.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Niagara
    a wide range of solvent chemicals The protein base material provides a tough cohesive foam blanket with high heat resistance and excellent post fire security protecting for longer against reignition when compared to detergent based AR type foams Easy pouring and induction Niagara does not contain any polymers that cause conventional AR type concentrates to be viscous It is therefore easy to pour from the drum when used with portable foam equipment or when filling bulk storage tanks for fixed systems High fluidity means that proportioning is quick easy and accurate with both portable inductors and fixed balanced pressure proportioners Environment Niagara is biodegradable and virtually non toxic to aquatic organisms It is based on a natural protein foaming agent and contains no harmful synthetic detergents glycol ethers alkyl phenol ethoxylates APEs tolyltriazoles or complexing agents Applications Ideal for use in high risk applications where polar solvents such as alcohols ketones and ethers and or hydrocarbons such as crude oil gasoline diesel fuel aviation kerosene are stored processed or transported Easy pouring and induction even at 18 C 0 F Film forming foam with fast knockdown Extremely low environmental impact Highly versatile eliminates need to stock a variety of foam

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/ar-fffp/niagara.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Petroseal
    essential Other typical applications include hydrocarbon storage tanks process areas road rail loading racks marine terminals and offshore platforms Petroseal 3 also provides a vapour suppressing foam blanket on unignited hydrocarbon spills Its detergent free formulation ensures that it does not exhibit the wicking action associated with some synthetic AFFFs when applied using non aspirating foam equipment Performance The fire performance of Petroseal 3 is measured primarily against Underwriters Laboratories

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/fffp/petroseal.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Tridol S
    gasoline diesel fuel and aviation kerosene are stored processed or transported It is used extensively on Rapid Intervention Vehicles RIV at major international airports and military bases where fast extinguishment with limited quantities of foam is essential for saving life Other applications include hydrocarbon storage tanks process areas warehouses road rail loading racks power stations marine terminals and offshore platforms Tridol S provides a vapoursuppressing foam blanket on unignited hydrocarbon

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/afff/tridols.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Tridol C
    crude oil gasoline diesel fuel and aviation kerosene are stored processed or transported It is used extensively on Rapid Intervention Vehicles RIV at major international airports and military bases where fast extinguishment with limited quantities of foam is essential for saving life Other applications include hydrocarbon storage tanks process areas warehouses road rail loading racks power stations marine terminals and offshore platforms Tridol C provides a vapour suppressing foam blanket

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/afff/angusfiretridolc.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Expandol
    which increase its ability to carry water to the fire acting as a positive aid to effective fire extinguishment Environment Expandol is biodegradable and is nontoxic to aquatic organisms at normal use strength Applications Expandol is the ideal foam to use at medium expansion at minor incidents such as small hydrocarbon liquid spill fires where close approach to the fire allows hand held apparatus to be used It can also be used in conjunction with fixed installations to provide bund protection where it can achieve extinction of fires or suppression of toxic vapour release after chemical spillage At medium and high expansion Expandol is used for the total flooding of fire areas involving Class A and Class B fires medium expansion for small areas such as cellars and basements of buildings and high expansion for large areas such as ships holds machinery spaces and LNG storage tank bunds Medium and high expansion foams are most effective when dealing with outbreaks of fire in inaccessible locations where direct application of conventional agents such as water is difficult or impossible due to smoke or restricted access Expandol LT has the same basic formulation and applications except that it is suitable for use

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/high_expansion/angusfireexpando.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | Fluorine-Free Training Foams
    product performance and flexibility across all members of the front line fire fighting team Fluorosurfactant Restrictions In some cases the use of fluorosurfactant based foams is now being restricted to emergency fire fighting use only by environmental regulations mostly in Europe These front line fluorine containing foams are no longer permitted for training where they may pose a risk to the environment The new F3 range of training foams can

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/training_foam/fluorinefreetrainingfoams.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Angus Fire | TF
    S 3 FFFP an aviation industry standard for protein based fire fighting foams to provide realistic fire training without the use of fluorinated chemicals Description TF is a Fluorine Free Foam F3 organic concentrate for 3 usage and has been specially formulated as a unique training foam with no fluorosurfactants It is the first foam which can be used routinely as a substitute for fire vehicle calibration and equipment testing to mimic the induction characteristics of Petroseal 3 FFFP while complying with European regulatory requirements including those of the UK Civil Aviation Authority and Environmental Agency TF was developed to meet the stringent environmental and regulatory requirements of the aviation sector TF also has clear training benefits for several other fire fighting applications and other Angus concentrates including Niagara AR FFFP and Tankmaster FP Environment TF is formulated for minimum environmental impact It is produced from natural proteins and is free of fluorinated chemicals glycol ethers biocides and zinc It is also readily biodegradable TF3 has exceptionally low aquatic toxicity to fresh and seawater organisms It contains no synthetic detergents and so will not carry hydrocarbons through fuel separators Application TF is suitable for use in training with conventional foam

    Original URL path: http://www.angusfire.co.uk/products/firefighting_chemicals/foam_concentrates/training_foam/tf.html (2016-02-12)
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