COMPRESSED AIR FOAM USED TO REDUCE SMOKE AND HARMFUL EMISSIONS
The following photos are courtesy of Mark Cummins of Cummins Industries, Inc (Joshua, TX) that show CAFS being used to stabilize fly ash and reduce the smoke from a large fire at a lumber mill in the creosote application processing unit. The class A foam soaks into the wood preventing rekindle and live embers from entering the ambient area. The other added benefit is the cafs blanket suppresses the hazardous vapors. Many insurance carriers are utilizing such services to prevent additional claims from exposure to harmful airborne contaminants.
A proper CAFS blanket smothers the smoldering debris, prevents rekindles, seals vapors, and limits hazardous smoke emissions.
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