Environmentally formulated, FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF is the newest generation in Alcohol-Resistant Aqueous Film Forming Foam. Using Green Agent Technology™, the environmentally friendly formula, prevents environmental hazards and demonstrates our long term commitment to the environment. FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF produces a stable, heat resistant and self-sealing blanket; it will not clog, gum, or corrode foam systems and equipment, providing an unparalleled performance. FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF contains ZERO hazardous materials and has a reduced viscosity when compared to a majority of AR-AFFF products. This reduction in viscosity permits FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF to be used in all types of foam portioning systems, in-line eductors, and standard foam equipment without adverse effects.
FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF is UL 162 approved 7th edition for 3% on hydrocarbon fires (non-water misable fuel) and 3% on polar solvent fires (water misable fuel).
FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF is LASTFIRE (Large Atmospheric Storage Tanks) certified (replace with approved) at 1% for hydrocarbon fires under Resource Protection International a Fire Hazard Management (FHM) group.
FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF may be used on a substantial range of Class A and Class B fires. Typical applications include warehouses, spills, storage tanks, loading docks, loading racks, process areas, etc. FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF is applicable at 0.25% - 1.0% on Class A fires as a wetting agent.
FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF is compatible with other brands of foam as finished foam.
FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF is compatible with other FireAde® 2000 products as concentrates.
Flushing is mandatory for all Class B foam tanks before adding FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF. Once FireAde® 2000 AR-AFFF has been added, flow product to ensure foam tank is operating properly.
Green Agent Technology™
- Environmentally Formulated
- 98% Organic Compounds
- Contains no PFOA or PFOS
- Zero Hazardous Chemicals
- Encompasses Water Based and Food Grade Ingredients
- Contains no ingredients reportable under the Superfund amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III, Section 313 of 40 CFR-372 or Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).