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Class A Plus (CABD265) Foam 265 Gallon Tote

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Original price $11,930.00
Original price $11,930.00 - Original price $11,930.00
Original price $11,930.00
Current price $5,968.00
$5,968.00 - $5,968.00
Current price $5,968.00
SKU 200071963

Note: This product is a 265-gallon Tote, which weighs 2,435 lbs., and can only be picked up in Mayfield, Kansas. If you still require shipping, please contact our sales team for a quote on shipping to your location. Not contacting our sales team will only delay your order.

CLASS A PLUS Foam concentrate is a low-, medium-, and high-expansion Class A fire control foam concentrate formulated from specialty hydrocarbon surfactants, stabilizers, and solvents. CLASS A PLUS foam solution is effective on many deep-seated Class A fires such as tire, paper, coal, and structure fires.

CLASS A PLUS Foam concentrate can be proportioned from 0.1% to 1.0% in fresh, brackish, or seawater. Because of the extremely low proportioning rate, the foam concentrate offers outstanding economy in concentrate storage space, cost (compared to conventional 3% and 6% foam agents), and product transport requirements. For example, a 5-gallon, (19 L), pail of foam concentrate produces 500 gallons (1,893 L) of fire control foam solution at 1% concentration and produces 5,000 gallons (18,927 L) of foam solution at 0.1% concentration.

The fire suppression mechanisms and characteristics in effect when using CLASS A PLUS foam concentrate include:

  • Reduction of the surface tension of water, which provides superior wetting and char penetrating characteristics. This enhancement helps reduce the combustibility of Class A fuels and control deep-seated fires.
  • Extended drain time which increases the duration of surface wetting, reducing the risk of ignition/re-ignition.
  • Creation of a dense foam blanket that provides an insulating barrier between the fuel and air.
  • Suppression of combustible vapors while cooling the fuel.
  • Formation of a brilliant white foam that reflects heat.
  • High viscosity allows the foam to cling to vertical surfaces for increased protection.