Can F3 agents take the fire security heat?
In this whitepaper, fire protection consultant Mike Willson provides in-depth analysis of a recent foam seminar that examines the transition from long-chain C8 fluorinated AFFFs towards short-chain C6 fluorosurfactant-based AFFFs and alternative fluorine free foams…
We are seeing a transition occurring in aviation from long-chain C8 fluorinated AFFFs (aqueous film forming foam) towards short chain C6 fluorosurfactant-based AFFFs and alternative fluorine free foams (F3).
In this whitepaper, fire protection consultant Mike Willson provides in-depth analysis of a recent foam seminar that examined this point.
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