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Arctic Fire

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Arctic Fire-Freeze(TM) (also known as "AFF" [A double F]) is a liquid fire extinguishing agent that emulsifies flammable liquids and cools super heated materials quicker than water or ordinary foam. Designed to be applied to materials and human skin. The liquid AFF Agent is humanly and environmentally friendly and soaks into the medium preventing the transfer of heat to the medium. Capable of protecting human skin from flames up to 2000 degrees fahrenheit, contact with heated metals, and high radiant heat. Certified testing shwos that Arctic Fire-Freeze can extinguish even bar stock Magnesium.

It is used extensively in the steel industry to protect slag pot carriers and is installed in race cars for protection from flashover. Effective on classes A, B, and D.

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