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U.S. Foam 3% AFFF is a synthetic fire fighting foam concentrate designed for use on non-polar, hydrocarbon hazards when proportioned with water and applied with conventional foam or water/fog equipment. U.S. Foam 3% AFFF provides excellent control and extinguishment of Class B fires by spreading a vapor-sealing film over the liquid fuel. This vapor seal inhibits reflash even when the foam blanket is ruptured and also allows the product to be used to secure non-ignited spills. U.S. Foam 3% AFFF provides excellent penetrating and wetting qualities when used on Class A fires. This is important when extinguishing deep-seated fires in wood, paper, tires, and ordinary combustables.

US Foam 3% AFFF Foam

PT#: 1310.005

US Foam 3% AFFF Foam

:: Specifications

  • Nominal Use concentration: 3%
  • Specfic Gravity@77F (25C): 1.024
  • pH @77F (25C): 8
  • Density: 8.54 lbs./gal.
  • Viscosity @77F (25C): 1.8 centistokes
  • Viscosity @40F (25C): 3.1 centistokes
  • Minimum use temperature: 35 F (1.7C)
  • Storage temperature: 35-120F (1.7 - 49C)
  • Freezing point: 25F (-4C)
  • Appearance: Amber liquid

:: Features

  • UL Approved
  • Effective: Rapid extinguishment reduces the chances of dangerous incidents and reduces the risks to properly and equipment
  • Prevents reflash and burn back, which are major causes of injuries
  • Securing action of U.S. Foam 3% AFFF minimizes the fire hazard during cleanup of flammable liquid spills
  • Reliable: U.S. Foam 3% AFFF can be stored for virtually an indefinite period oftime in approved equipment and systems. NFPA 11 recommends annual inspection of all foam systems
  • Economical: U.S. Foam 3% AFFF offers faster extinguishment than protein based foams, so less agent is required in training and actual fire emergencies
  • Wide range of applications reduces or eliminates the need to inventory other special type agents.

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