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Cold Fire Application Methods

  • Cold Fire product can be dumped directly into booster tanks on engines. Apply to fire in usual way; Cold Fire will extinguish fire faster while using less water.
  • Cold Fire can also be added to reservoirs or inducted into fire hose lines in order to attack larger fires, and no special equipment is required.
  • Dump recommended dilution rate for application into Bambi bucket used by helicopters; apply on fire lines and hot spots.
  • Dump into pumping station along fire line, this will provide additional capability to control fire lines while using less water.
  • Can be used with other approved airborne methods.
  • Can be used for structure protection by wetting the structure with proper dilution rate making sure all exposed areas are treated, under eves, porches, decks and establish a fire perimeter around structure appropriately based on oncoming fire condition.
  • Recommended application pressure for nozzle; 100-110 psi, and pumps; 150-175 psi.
  • Cold Fire can also be used in 1.5 and 2.5-gallon water extinguishing units for first response. One quart of Cold Fire is added to 8 quarts of water. Always add Cold Fire last to the mixture. Pressurize the unit to 125 pounds of pressure.
  • Cold Fire 12oz high air powered aerosol can or a fine mist air powered aerosol can, can be carried on person with ready to use holster for quick access for additional protection and application.                                            





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