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Training

Training

BIO T training foam concentrates generate a light foam allowing the fast re-ignition of the fuel layer used...

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Class A solid fires

Class A solid fires

Class A fires and ordinary solid combustible fires. This especially includes: • Vegetation…

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Class B liquid fires / Hydrocarbons

Class B liquid fires / Hydrocarbons

Hydrocarbon fires are combustible liquid fires. Hydrocarbons are composed of carbon and hydrogen. There are...

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Class B liquid fires / Polar solvents

Class B liquid fires / Polar solvents

Chemical fires are polar liquid fires. Polar solvents are usually carriers of O or N atoms, or...

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Toxic vapours

Toxic vapours

Toxic vapours are characterised by the release into the atmosphere of gaseous substances. They can be of varying origins...

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Expertises

Combustion takes place between a combustible substance and a supporter of combustion, generally oxygen, in the presence of an energy source. Combustibles are grouped together into 4 classes:  class A (wood, cardboard, paper, textile...), class B (petrol, oil, white-spirit...), class C (gases such as propane, butane, acetylene, hydrogen, methane...), class D…

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