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Synthetic Multiexpansion SF-60L Foam Concentrate

by Greg Preston
Synthetic Multiexpansion SF-60L Foam Concentrate

Synthetic Multiexpansion SF-60L Foam Concentrate supplied by AUXQUIMIA

Synthetic Multiexpansion SF-60L Foam Concentrate is a synthetic foam compound specially designed to be used in high and medium expansion foam generators to fight class A and class B (hydrocarbon) fires. This product contains synthetic surfactants with a very good resistance to water hardness and it is easily biodegradable. The foam shows a good stability and drains slowly. SF-60L can be used with conventional equipment, but it has been specially designed to work with high expansion generators that must suck the combustion gases produced inside of the buildings on fire (HOTFOAM systems), and even the smoke from PVC combustion. It can be used with fresh and sea water.

SF-60L it is designed to be used with high, medium and low expansion foam equipment. High expansion foam with expansion coefficient of 500 to 1.000 is appropriate to extinguish indoor fires by suffocation. As medium expansion foam is a perfect to be used outdoors, filling small places, covering quickly spillages, etc. It can be used also to produce low and very-low (using water spray nozzles) expansion foam for general purposes (fighting A and B class fires); when it is necessary to extinguish light hydrocarbon fires use gentle application and increase the application rate (l/min.m2).

The proportioning rate is 3% in fresh or sea water for the production of all kind of foam expansions.

SF-60L is highly biodegradable.


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Synthetic Multiexpansion SF-60L Foam Concentrate supplied by AUXQUIMIA

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