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Question     :
How do they work?
Answer :  

When a fire occurs, happens because there is a combustible fuel, oxygen and heat present to ignite the blaze. Whenever those three elements are present together fire will occur.

Question    :
Why are some fuels more flammable (easier to ignite) than others?
Answer :
 
Combustible materials that are easier to ignite are those that vaporize and mix more freely with air (oxygen), thereby achieving combustible ratio of fuel:air:oxygen quicker and igniting easier
Question    :
Why is wood in general more difficult to ignite than plastic?
Answer :  

The higher combustibility of certain materials as explained in A2. causes them to ignite quicker. This is primarily due to their ability to mix with air to form the mixture feeding a fire.

Question    :
What is needed to start a fire?
Answer :

Combustible materials that are easier to ignite are those that vaporize and mix more freely with air (oxygen), thereby achieving combustible ratio of fuel:air:oxygen quicker and igniting easier.

Question    :
What size of fire is the easiest to extinguish?
Answer :
 

As you might imagine, small fires are the easiest to extinguish because they possess a much smaller heat value to be cooled in order to permanently extinguish the blaze.

Question    :
What the basic problems in extinguishing a blaze?
Answer :  

When fires occur, sometimes they go unnoticed in the initial crucial minutes of the blaze as it builds.  Before the victim is aware of the problem they may be surrounded by fire at all avenues of exit, or succumb to smoke – itself a very dangerous killer.  There is thus the need of having fire fighting equipment that can either extinguish the entire blaze or clear an avenue of escape for persons at risk.

Question    :
What are the main weaknesses of various fire fighting systems?
Answer :
 

A lack of maintenance is one of the most common problems with conventional firefighting equipment. They generally need inspection, cleaning (especially sprinklers) and occasional testing or else their ability to disperse a fire fighting agent or water may deteriorate. Pipes carrying water or chemicals can become clogged with sediment or rust, dry chemical spray extinguishers may lose pressure or their internal chemicals may ‘cake up’, etc., making them unusable when most needed. Firefighters often need many precious minutes to arrive on the scene, and in that time, due to outmoded or poorly maintained equipment at the scene, a fire runs free with the terrible losses to life and property that it often entails.

Question    :
How do we avoid the worry of an accidental fire?
Answer :
 

Equip your home and workplace with Fire Extinguisher Balls! They can react to a blaze on their own without human intervention. When they burst, they disperse their fire retarding chemical up to 9.12 cubic meters of area around them…an effective radius of 1.296 meters over which the chemical is spread omni  directionally!

Question    :
How does one deploy the Fire Extinguisher Ball?
Answer :  
Mount them in the vicinity of fire prone materials or electrical circuits. When touched by a blaze, they burst with a loud bang! that gives you a clear early warning of a fire in progress. You can check to see if it has been fully extinguished or seek safety in time if it hasn’t. The balls can even be used to help clear a path of exit through a conflagration.  
Question    :
If the fire emanates from the ceiling or other high point, what do we do?
Answer :  
As above, mount the balls near fire prone locations, wherever they may be. This the best proactive measure to defeat a blaze if it occurs in any location.
Question    :
Can Fire Extinguisher balls be used on fires outdoors?
Answer :  

The effective radius of the standard Fire Extinguisher Ball is perhaps too limited for outside use. Also prevailing winds may fan a fire, or cause the fire retardant chemical to spread unevenly, if such winds are strong enough. We are developing larger, specialized products to handle such situations.

Question    :
Can the Fire Extinguisher Ball be used to extinguish forest fires?
Answer :  

The effective radius of the standard Fire Extinguisher Ball is perhaps too limited for outside use. Also prevailing winds may fan a fire, or cause the fire retardant chemical to spread unevenly, if such winds are strong enough. We are developing larger, specialized products to handle such situations.

Question    :
Is the fire fighting chemical used in Fire Extinguisher Balls dangerous?
Answer :  

No! Definitely not! It is not dangerous to humans, animals or property; it has received safety certification from Germany, and is environmentally-friendly. Our product is non-hazardous!

Question    :
Is the sound of Fire Extinguisher Balls activating harmful to hearing?
Answer :  

It will emit a bursting sound at approximately or less than 140 dB, and is thus within universal standards for protection of hearing. It is generally accepted that less than one hundred such bursts per day to unprotected ears will not produce permanent hearing loss.

Question    :
Can the Fire Extinguisher Ball be used to extinguish large oil-fueled fires?
Answer :  

It is not the best use of our standard product, because in bursting, a large quantity of oil or other flammable liquid could be caused to spread.  If the flammable liquid is contained within a small space and the ball(s) used can be activated in such a manner as to inhibit or douse the splashed liquid, then it can effectively douse the blaze. Under such circumstances, an important rule to bear in mind is that we want to disperse the chemical retardant, not the flames!  It is therefore more likely to do more good if the ball bursts somewhere above the base of such a fire than at its base.

Question    :
Why do we need Fire Extinguisher Balls if e already have other firefighting equipment?
Answer :  

The Fire Extinguisher Balls are by far the easier and most natural, logical and simple-to-use way of attacking most fires.  If you can reach an Fire Extinguisher Ball before the fire does, just throw it in and stand back a bit.

 
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