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Ladder Safety Toolbox Talks 2020 | Requirements for Portable, Angle and Extension Ladder Safety

(DCP) Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher | MSDS for ABC

(DCP) Dry Chemical Powder - Fire Extinguisher     A dry chemical extinguishing agent used on Class AClass B and Class C fires are known as Monoammonium-phosphate, ABE powder, ABC Dry Chemical, Tri-class or Multi - purpose Dry Chemicals.

    It uses a special liquid and silicone monoammonium phosphate powder.  The ABC dry chemical is usually a mixture of monoammonium phosphate and ammonium sulfate, which is previously activated.  The mixture between the two agents is 40-60%, 60-40%, or 90-10%, depending on local worldwide standards.  The USGS uses a similar blend, called FOS Check G75F.
How does a Dry Chemical Powder fire Extinguisher work   General Uses -    Dry chemical powder used on all classes of fire.  Prevents chain reaction by smuggling.  The pressure is generated by the gas cartridge stored inside the cylinder.  Its force will remain for 2 minutes and can reach 10 - 15 feet.   Common combustible solids    It melts Class A fire at around 350 - 400 degrees F. Class A fires ar…

(RFRL) Rainforced Rubber Line - EngineeriSafety

(RFRL)  Rainforced Rubber Line RFRL Rainforced Rubber Line -Reinforced rubber products are the largest group of composite materials, though they are rarely referred to as composite materials.  Examples familiar are automobile tyres, hoses and conveyor belts.

Composite Rainforced StructureReinforced rubber products combine a rubber matrix and a reinforced material, so that the strength of elasticity to high strength is achieved.  Reinforcing material, usually a type of fibre, provides strength and stiffness.  The rubber matrix, with reduced strength and stiffness, provides air-liquid tightness and supports refreshing materials to maintain their respective positions.  These positions are important because they in turn affect the mechanical properties.

   A composite structure where all fibers are everywhere loaded at the same pressure is called an isotropic structure, and the type of loading is called isotensoidal loading.  Structure geometry must have an isotenoside meridian profile a…

(FFFP) Filling Forming Fluoro Protein Concentrat - EngineeriSafety

(FFFP) Filling Forming Fluoro Protein Concentrat The FFFP foam fire extinguisher is effective on Class A and Class B fires.  FFFP is an alcohol resistant agent, which enables the combination of class B fires, alcohols, polar solvents, hydrocarbons, and these.  It can be applied to a Class B liquid spill to prevent ignition.

(FFFP) Filling Forming Fluoro Protein Making Film   The term FFFP is the most commonly used term and FFFP foam comes in many types such as FFFP 3%,FFFP 6% and specific names such as FOMTP such as FFFP 3% ICAO.  It is also known as 'fluoro protein','fluoroprotein', 'filmforming', and 'film production'.
Applications of FFFP FFFP 3% Ultra FFFP 3% Ultra is used for use on B-class hydrocarbon fuel fires, such as oil, petroleum and aviation fuels.  Fomtec FFFP 3% Ultra can be applied directly to the fire surface and is also suitable for subsurface injection.  
It can be used in dry powder/ foam twin agent system and it's compatible with…