fire foam

fire foam

[′fīr ‚fōm]
(materials)
A colloidal solution of small gas bubbles produced by chemical reaction or mechanical agitation and used to extinguish hydrocarbon fire.
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Nerf has updated its "blaster" to fire foam cars over obstacles with its Nitro Longshot (PS22).
To ensure the integrity of the plug, fire foam was injected into the mock-up pipe for half a meter from the top of the Seal Plug creating a head pressure and kept under observation for 3 hours.
The two new appliances, which have cannons to fire foam at burning aircraft, are due to arrive later this year.
A bee expert then suggested using fire foam to try and kill them so the workers could get near the truck to clean up the mess and recover the vehicle and surviving hives.
It's a cool way of getting active and with two blasters in each set that fire foam darts with Velcro tips that stick to a target vest, you can challenge your family to the ultimate battle.
You can also fire foam balls at your friends from fantastic plastic cannons.
Rowdier fun can be had with cannons which fire foam balls, and games such as football.
Fire foam was used to stop the fire with the crushed cars separated one-by-one to be extinguished.
Tenders are invited for Supply and fabrication of fire foam Water Tender, water tank cap.