Foam Guide, Class Types & Storage

Foam Guide

To assist in understanding the complex world of fire fighting foam, the differences between them and in determining the best foam to suit your needs Kidde provides the following tools to assist. The Foam guide is a complete guide to foam with information on the types, applications and use whilst the Foam Class Types is a handy reference.

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Foam Class Types

Firefighting foams can be put into two very broad classifications: Class ‘A’, and Class ‘B’. Each of these classifications corresponds directly to the types of fuels on which the foams are designed to be used. This handy reference helps people to understand determine what product is most suitable to ensure the best result in a fire event.

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Foam Storage and Disposal

Properly stored foam concentrate can achieve a life span of up to ten years. In Australia, and its myriad of climates and conditions, storage is important and correct storage can vary. At the same time, disposal of foam at the end of its life and in the event of a spill is also important for our environment. Kidde provides information on how best to store the foam and also how to dispose of it responsibly.

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