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Cold Fire's unique formulation is considered to penetrate a fire six times faster than water, giving it the capability to penetrate a heated surface more quickly than water alone.

The above picture shows a car fire that was extinguished with Cold Fire. Within minutes after this car was extinguished, the roof of the car is touchable with the bare hand. This unique cooling quality is an added advantage for fire fighting and rescue.

Cold Fire penetrates a heated surface and instantly cools it down, unlike water alone which converts to heated steam.

Using Cold Fire enhances safety!

Summary of ITS-Test Results
 

Cold Fire test on Copper:

The copper was heated and sprayed for 29.89 seconds. Cold Fire took 27 seconds to reach 87.378F. It took water 4 minutes, 30 seconds to reach 84.624F. It took air 11 minutes and 6 seconds to reach 95.994F. Our findings show that it took Cold Fire the least amount of time.

Cold Fire test on Sheet Metal:

The sheet metal was heated and sprayed for 15.69 seconds. Cold Fire took 14 seconds to reach 84.522F. It took water 4 minutes, 50 seconds to reach 84.538F. It took air 9 minutes and 11 seconds to reach 90.872F. Our findings show that it took Cold Fire the least amount of time.

Cold Fire test on Graph Glass:

The glass was heated and sprayed for 23.47 seconds. Cold Fire took 31 seconds to reach 84.093F. It took water 2 minutes, 26 seconds to reach 85.821F. Our findings show that it took Cold Fire the least amount of time. Note as the glass cooled after spraying with water the glass cracked.

Cold Fire test on Graph Steel:

The steel was heated and sprayed for 48.23 seconds. Cold Fire took 46 seconds to reach 88.894F. It took water 9 minutes, 17 seconds to reach 89.251F. It took air 8 minutes and 24 seconds to reach 109.25F. Our findings show that it took Cold Fire the least amount of time. Note that after being sprayed the heat went down and came up in temperature somewhat.

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