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Advanced eco is the exclusive distributor of hct's F-500EA in ohio

 

F-500EA Fire Suppression and Encapsulator Agent

Hazard Control Technologies is dedicated to providing better solutions for fire departments and industry through Encapsulator Technology.

F-500 EA is the answer to many of today’s firefighting challenges. In a world where fires have become hotter and more difficult to extinguish, F-500 Encapsulator Agent’s unique capabilities meet those challenges. First, F-500 EA has a remarkable ability to cool a fire and surrounding structures, with the ability to absorb 6-10 times more heat energy than plain water without the creation of super-heated steam. Secondly, F-500 EA forms Spherical Micelles or “chemical cocoons” that encapsulates fuels rendering them nonflammable and non-ignitable. Finally, F-500 EA interrupts the free radical chain reaction of the fire tetrahedron. This interruption results in greater visibility, reduced smoke and soot and most importantly a drastic reduction in toxins.

Advanced Eco Systems is an authorized distributor for Hazard Control Technology's (HCT) F500 Encapsulator Agent in the state of Ohio. 

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Li-ion Battery Fire Testing with F-500EA (Done by Kiwa in conjunction with Johnson Controls) 

Broadview Heights, OH | Vehicle Fire Test Burn (Magnesium Steering Column) 

Maumee, OH | Structure Fire Test Burn (Extreme Temperature Reduction) 

Allegheny County, PA | Test Burn (Burn Back Resistance) 

Class B (Polar Solvent) Fire - Total Encapsulation

F-500 Encapsulator Agent Highlight Video 

 

HCT F500 IN THE NEWS... 

A massive tire fire broke out on the Gila River Indian Reservation in Arizona in 1997. More than 1 million tires were burned before F500 was flown in from Georgia to save the day. 

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Source : Fremont News Messenger

Date: December 3, 2020 

Read the article here 

"A Margaretta Township Fire Department report estimated 500,000 gallons of water from multiple fill sites and 75 gallons of F-500 encapsulating agent, a chemical used in fire suppression, were used to contain the Ohio 101 fire."