FP-Fluoroprotein

Angus Fire’s FluoroProtein (FP) foam concentrates are based on advanced protein foam technology and are ideal for extinguishing and securing flammable hydrocarbon liquid fires.  The protein base provides a tough cohesive foam blanket with high resistance to heat that quickly smothers, cools, and seals the risk. Fluorochemical surface active agents combined with the protein base increase the fluidity and fuel shedding properties of the foam.

Fluoroprotein foams are ideal to use in high risk situations where hydrocarbons (such as aviation kerosene, crude oil, gasoline, and diesel fuel) are stored, processed, or transported. They are used extensively for tank protection and other refinery based risks as well as at jetties and offshore installations, process areas, road/rail loading racks, marine terminals.

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Tankmaster C6

TankmasterC6 is the highest quality FluoroProtein (FP) foam concentrate for extinguishing and securing flammable hydrocarbon...
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FP70 C6

FP70C6 is a superior quality FluoroProtein (FP) foam concentrate for extinguishing and securing flammable hydrocarbon...
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FP350 C6

FP350C6 is a quality FluoroProtein (FP) foam concentrate for extinguishing and securing flammable hydrocarbon liquid...
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FP600 C6

FP600C6 is a FluoroProtein (FP) foam concentrate for extinguishing and securing flammable hydrocarbon liquid fires...
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