Delta Fire launched a number of exiting new products such as fog spikes into the Fire & Rescue Services sector at Emergency Services Show in Birmingham.
Best known for their Professional Nozzle Range, which is currently in service with more than 60% of UK Brigades, Delta were pleased to launch the Delta Fog Spike at the show, an innovative product designed for highly effective firefighting in confined, difficult to access areas such as roof spaces, attics, floor spaces and partition walling. The Fog Spike is particularly effective in the creation of demarcation lines and for gas cooling prior to attack and ventilation.
As the water is directed at the hottest part of the fire in the form of a finely dispersed mist, the subsequent result is that almost all the water evaporates leading to a faster and more efficient extinction process, which when combined with a low level of water consumption means that water damage is minimalized significantly. The Fog Spike only consumes 70 litres of water per minute @ 6 bar and has a maximum working pressure of 20 bar.
The Fog Spikes are supplied in two formats, The ‘Attack Spike’ and the ‘Restrictor Spike’. Both options are manufactured from stainless steel and weigh in at only 1.1 kg making them highly manoeuvrable and extremely durable
The Fog Spike is available in a kit format comprising both the ‘Attack & Restrictor Spikes’, the Fog Spike Hammer (spiked on one side for piercing more solid structures), the Divider (for water distribution to several Spikes) and two lengths of lightweight 1″ layflat Fire Hose.
Purpose made Carrying Cradles or Carrying Holsters are available for convenient storage and transportation making lifting the Fog Spike system onto roofs etc as easy as possible.
The Fog spike generated significant interest at the Emergency Services Show and a number of UK Fire & Rescue Services are currently evaluating the system reporting very positive feedback from initial trials.
The Fog Spike looks set to become a valuable addition to many UK Brigades in the future. For more information, to request technical data sheets or to arrange a trial contact Delta Fire on the details below.
For more information visit www.deltafire.co.uk