During an intervention, a fire is extinguished by the removal of heat, fuel or air. The main objective of Drago is to reduce the temperature as fast as possible, remove the combustible and/or remove the air supply depending on the type of fuel. In all cases, a large amount of water is required, but it should be used in an optimized manner where each drop counts.
Besides being versatile, with the ability to turn off several types of fires, Drago offers superior efficiency when compared to other existing tools.
Depending on the intensity of the fire and the distance, the water flow of the can vary between 150 GPM and 600 GPM, either in static or dynamic mode.
Tactic 1: Knock down flames and extinction during a flashover Class A fire by cooling with a large amount of vaporized water.
Tactic 2: Knock down flames and extinction during a flashover Class A fire by cooling with large amounts of vaporized water and low expansion foam.
Tactic 3: Extinction of Class B fires by isolating the fuel source (stopping the flow of fuel) or preventing the release of flammable vapors with the use of extinguishing agents (low expansion foam).
Tactic 4: Extinction of Class B fires of non-volatile liquids with the use of a water mist or water spray sweep over the entire surface fire.
Tactic 5: Extinguishing flames during a class C fire (below 1000 V) by cooling with a large amount of vaporized water.
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