Fire Classes

Class A Fires: Solid Combustibles

Hydrogel will become thicker at higher temperatures. The gel will stick to the hot burning surface and cool down the fire at the spot. This makes Hydrogel very effective, as the extinguishing agent is effective at the location it is needed most. It avoids spills and side damage of needing to apply an excess of extinguishing agent.

By its sticking ability, long term cooling is provided to hot solid surfaces, preventing it to catch fire again for a long time. This will provide the optimal option for a safe exit out of the fire exposed zone for the people present.

Class A fires
Fire A Class

Broad range of fire types

Class A fires

Class A Fires

Solid Combustibles

Class B fires

Class B Fires

Flammable liquids

Class F fires

Class F Fires


The test procedure

Lithium ion battery fires