During an operation, the thermal radiation from a fire can cause adjacent structures to catch fire. This is a remote propagation mode and is the intense heat phenomenon experienced when one is facing a fire. The Drago’s main objective is to cool the air, surfaces or fuel more quickly.
With very little water, lowering the capacity of the heat of Draco is unbeatable.
Depending on the intensity of the fire and the distance, the water flow of the can vary between 50 GPM and 200 GPM, either in static or dynamic mode.
Tactic 1: Protection by cooling with the use of vaporized water or water mist to create a heat shield between the fire, firefighters and their equipment.
Tactic 2: Cooling in a fire and liquefied gas spillage class C with the use of vaporized water or water mist to cool an area and control the intensity of the fire.
Tactic 3: Tank Cooling (exposed to heat) with the use of water spray or mist of water to prevent a steam explosion in growth from boiling liquid (BLEVE: Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion).
Tactic 4: surface cooling protection not burned with the use of water spray or mist of water to prevent the spread radiation of the fire.
Tactic 5: Protection by insulation oxygen supply cut to the fuel surface with foam to prevent fire spread.
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