The Drago is a product designed to improve the efficiency of current water suppression delivery systems by increasing the heat absorption and application of fire retardants and foam concentrates. By using expansion characteristics of suppression agents and a fan to promote fragmentation, the suppression stream creates a more efficient method. In simple terms, a firefighting foam is a stable mass of small air-filled bubbles which have a density lower than oil, gasoline or water. Foam is mad up of three ingredients – water, foam concentrate and air. When mixed in correct proportions, these 3 ingredients form a homogeneous foam blanket that extinguishes fire by cutting one of the 3 main fire triangle source – oxygen, heat and fuel.

TEEX PDC has provided a third-party evaluation of the industrial fire suppression characteristics associated with the Drago cannon. This evaluation was conducted at TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station, TX and conducted under the direction of the Product Test Plan developed by the PDC. The purpose of this evaluation was to assess the capability of the Drago cannon during industrial fire scenarios. The overall assessment was based on the experience of subject matter experts (SMEs) and data collected during the assessments. Scenarios were developed to examine the ability of the system to provide better fire suppression in these scenarios.