extinguishant

extinguishant

(ɪkˈstɪŋɡwɪʃənt)
n
(Chemistry) a substance, such as a liquid, foam, powder, etc, used in extinguishing fires
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These include: fire panels and extinguishant control systems to protect the Tyne Tunnels; providing fire protection to Iona Abbey, the most sacred site in Scotland; protecting the control buildings and pumping stations along a key 1,600km Sudanese oil pipeline; and the contract to protect the buildings of the National Galleries of Scotland, which has 65,000 artworks in its collection using Advanced fire panels.
It will come complete extinguishing system and detection equipment, including all mechanical systems, automation and control units (m / controllers / auxiliary centers), storage containers, extinguishant, nozzles, tubes, manual triggers, and delay and emergency stop devices, audible and visual alarms, auxiliary units, overpressure / dampers in the ventilation system, alarm interface with other control systems and any other operations necessary for the gas lure the plant to work as intended
Kentec Electronics Introduces Conventional and Extinguishant
The vehicles have 665hp Detroit Diesel engines, a top speed of 75mph (120km/h) and an extinguishant payload erf 12,870 litres.
The order is for pumper trucks which will be used for the provision of extinguishant water and for fire-fighting assistance in the Arab country.
Carbon tetrachloride was first used extensively as a chemical fire extinguishant in the early 1920s.
3]Br as an extinguishant particularly in connection with fuel fires associated with aircraft mishaps, and also for the protection of electronic equipment; and (c) the incorporation of phosphorus-halogen or antimony-halogen (among others) formulations in materials such as natural and synthetic fabrics, furniture materials, paints, wood, paper, etc.
You remain in the cab, drive it to where you want to go, and propel the extinguishant from inside the cab.