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F500EA - Fire Suppression and Encapsulator Agent

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


HCT chemical agents and equipment make difficult tasks safer, more efficient and more cost effective, including firefighting, spill control, coal handling in power plants, tank degassing and cleaning, soil washing and bioremediation.  HCT also provides industry specific, on-site training, consulting and emergency response services.

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.

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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) 

F-500 Encapsulator Agent Highlight Video 

Li-ion Battery Fire Testing with F500



Source : Fremont News Messenger

Date: December 3, 2020 

Read the article here 

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"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."