Foam Grenade: Throwable Active Fire Protection Device

Authors : Mohd Zain Ul Aabdeen Qureshi; Maheroz Ali; Manish Verma; Navneet Indorey; Gaurav Barapatre; Mayur Choudhary; Praveen Badodya

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 11 - November

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Nowadays, fires in complicated areas like Confined spaces, tank tops, oil spills, high rise fires, and all the petrochemical Industries are both difficult and dangerous to extinguish. Going too close to flames and combustion products can be fatal. To meet today's need for a rapid and very safe way for extinguishment of fires in an area that is hard to be approached by the conventional methods, foam grenade is proposed. It offers the highest level of safety to the workers, the public, or firefighters in extinguishing the fire. Traditional methods have the potential to cause severe burns and toxic effects on the human body. Traditional methods also required prior knowledge and training for any kind of operation, they also require maintenance in periodic duration but Foam Grenade is free from both. Small fires that produce a high risk to life by expanding exponentially or that cannot be extinguished by First Aid Fire Extinguishers, can be extinguished by foam grenade. It is a throwable foam extinguisher ball that can extinguish A and B class of fire by forming a layer of foam over the surface after busting and cutting off the oxygen by smoothing effect and it also uses cooling effect.

Keywords : Innovative Foam Extinguisher,Chemical Based Extinguisher,Oils and solids Fires Extinguisher, Throwable Active Fire Protection Device, Extinguishment by Smothering, Fire Ball Extinguisher,Fire Safety Extinguishing Device, Fire Extinguisher.


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