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Introduction

 

Typical fire extinguishing systems found in commercial and industrial locations include sprinklers, carbon dioxide, clean agent, and dry/wet chemical agents. Another fire extinguishing technology available, but less common, is condensed aerosol. These systems take advantage of the well-established fire suppression capability of solid particulates, with potentially reduced collateral damage associated with traditional dry chemicals. However, there are some concerns in regard to collateral damage to computers and other sensitive electronic equipment.

 

History Of System

Potassium was first isolated by Davy in 1807 through the electrolysis of molten potassium hydroxide (KOH), from which the name potassium is derived .
At roughly the same time (1807 – 1808) Gay-Lussac and Louis Jacques The nard obtained the element through the reduction of molten potassium carbonate with iron filings in an iron crucible.

 

How do Condensed Aerosol Systems Work?

The idea of the work of Fire Pro depends on the transformation of the solid material into the gaseous substance when exposed to high temperatures. The gas of the Aerosol comes out as a misty gas consisting of calcium carbonate, nitrogen, water vapor and carbon dioxide. The fog gas extinguishes the fire by breaking the chemical reaction chain of fire and completely.(See in PIC).

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Features

1. Easier installation - no piping, pressure cylinders, special supports or valves are required, thus reducing installation time and labor costs considerably.
2. Environment friendly and nontoxic.
3. Cost less if compared to other system.
4. Easy maintenance without the need for pressure testing, weighing, pressure/leak detection, filling, etc.
5. Self-activation temperature 300 •C.

 

#Disadvantages#

1. Releases misty gas, which hinders the process of evacuation during the fire.
2. It is not recommended to be installed in populated areas (e.g patient areas - patient critical areas…..).
3. Shall not be used on deep-seated fires in Class A materials (i.e. paper, wood, cloth, rubber and many plastics).
4. Shall not be used on certain chemicals or mixtures of chemicals, such as cellulose nitrate and gunpowder, that are capable of rapid oxidation in the absence of air.
5. Find chemical reactive on metals such as lithium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, titanium, zirconium, uranium, and plutonium.

Are you in a pinch, and need to know how to get black mold out of carpet? While you may do routine cleaning on your carpet, it’s still possible for them to grow mold if there is moisture present. You can get black molds from the basements, attics, and dark cluttered areas. When moisture comes in contact with black areas, such as after a fire, it can spread to other areas of your home including carpets. But you need to deal with it fast to prevent further spreading. Here are a few tips that can help you to remove black mold from your carpet.

How to get Black Mold out of Carpet - Avoid Additional Fire Hazard

If the amount of mold is small, you can remove it yourself. If the mold covers a large area, professional officials from Memphis Clean recommend replacing your carpet or hiring professionals to disinfect and extract the bacteria spores. Here is a method to help get black mold out of carpet.

  •   For cleaning, take your carpet outside and then lay it on a large surface for better convenience
  •     Use your garden hose to spread water on the carpetHow to get Black Mold out of Carpet
  •    When the area is wet, you can spray a cleaning solution like baking soda or vinegar on the mold. Take full water in a spray bottle and then add 1/4 of baking soda or 1/4 of vinegar and the mix them properly. After mixing, you can spray the solution on the affected area.
  •    Use a scrub brush to scrub the area thoroughly  
  •     Now you can rinse your carpet completely
  •    Use a wet vacuum to vacuum your rug and to ensure proper drying up
  •    Once it is dried up completely, you need to use a HEPA filtered vacuum to remove all the mold spores.

Why Mold is a Fire Hazard

If a fire is put out by water, this can lead to possible mold growth. This is because the heat produced by the extinguished fire is a perfect environment for mold to grow in. This growth is most likely to happen in the first 48 hours after the fire is out. If your home has recently had a fire, you should start the restoration process as soon as possible. This is so you can prevent mold growth in addition to the other health hazards after a house fire.

To Summarize

It is good to how to get black mold out of carpet in the instance some appears after a fire. The above methods can revive your carpet and remove black mold. Keeping your home mold free helps you have one less hazard to worry about from the house fire.

To whom it May concern

Our new system prevents all major fires and is patented by the Ministry of Scientific Research in Egypt in August 2016 and is strongly protected by law for 20 years.

 Specifications

And designed the system to be installed on a plane resembling giant Chinook helicopters carrying 15 cubic meters of water.

  • The fire extinguishing system is equipped with water, foam and powder material depending on fire suppression requirements.
  •  The system determines the size of the ignition zone before handling.
  • The system extinguishes a 20 meter flame in less than a minute. The system is designed to extinguish forest fires, oil factories, villages, goods and high buildings. Break up rioters' demonstrations
  • The system is used on giant trucks in the field of fire and carries 25 cubic meters or more of foam, powder and dust as competitors to deal with extinguishing the flame

 We are willing to discuss and discuss the serious implementation of the invention to be shared, or concessions

                          Yours faithfully
     Dr. Mostafa El Nahrawy                 
        Modern Techniques for Civil Protection