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JetFoam

Angus Fire

JetFoam is a superior quality synthetic fluorine free (FF) foams concentrate, designed for extinguishing and securing flammable aviation fuel spills and fires (Jet A and Jet A1).

JetFoam is a patent pending combination of surfactants and other ingredients and produces a vapour sealing blanket of foam that rapidly spreads over the surface of the fuel to provide rapid control and extinguishment.

Applications

JetFoam is used in high risk situations where hydrocarbon fuels such as Jet-A, Jet-A1 and aviation kerosene are processed, stored or transported.

It is designed to be used on Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Vehicles (ARFFV), Rapid Intervention Vehicles (RIV) and airport crash trucks where fast extinguishment is essential for saving life. JetFoam provides a vapour supressing foam blanket on Jet-A and Jet-A1 spills.

Features

Fast knock-down and extinguishment exceeding the requirements of ICAO level B
True Newtonian (low viscosity) foam to ensure accurate, easy induction and airport crash vehicle compatibility
Fluorine free to meet airport policy on minimising environmental persistence

Unique patent pending formulation only available from Angus Fire
The world’s first truly Newtonian fluorine free foam (it behaves like water due to not containing any polymers or gelling agents)
Specifically designed for the aviation sector’s focused risks

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