ABC Dry Powder
ABC Dry Powder is basically a specially fluidized and siliconized monoammonium phosphate. Widely used on class A, class B, and class C fires, this dry powder comes in 40%, 70% and 90% concentration to meet diverse requirements. This dry powder chemically insulates class A fire by melting and coating the surface to which it is applied. In case of class B fire, it smothers and breaks down its chain reaction.
BC Dry Powder
BC Dry Powder is based on Sodium bicarbonate. It interferes with the chemical reactions that take place in the combustion zone. Thus the flame ceases to exist and the fire is extinguished. Non- conductive in nature, the dry powder is suitable for use in the presence of an electric current. Highly effective in extinguishing Class B (flammable liquid) fires and Class C (flammable gas) fires, the dry powder is offered to clients at competitive price.
Firechem Force Dry Powder
When our Firechem Force Dry Powder comes in direct contact with the fire, it extinguishes the flames immediately. Highly recommended for use in extinguishing fires involving bulk chemical agents and liquefied gases, this dry powder is specially developed for protecting the ships carrying LPG/CNG and other chemicals. Considered as one of the most powerful fire fighting agents for extinguishment of class A, B & C fires, it is offered at reasonable price.
Dry Chemical Powder
The flames get extinguished immediately as soon as the fire comes in contact with this Dry Chemical Powder. This powder is the most powerful fire fighting agent. Highly effective against class A, B & C fires, it is offered to clients at feasible price. It is highly suitable for use in extinguishing fires involving bulk chemical agents and liquefied gases.
Purple K Dry Powder
Purple K Dry Powder or PKP is extensively used in petroleum industry and many other areas where the fire risk is high. It is basically a dry-chemical fire suppression agent. Used in a variety of dry chemical fire extinguishers, this is one of the most effective agents against Class B fires. It is based on potassium bicarbonate and also contains chemical additives. This dry powder is free-flowing, water repellant and non-abrasive. When used as a fire suppressing agent, it does not any toxic effect.
T.E.C Dry Powder
TEC Dry Powder is specially developed for the extinguishment of Class D fires. It is highly effective against metals fires, electrical fires and small oil fires. This ternary eutectic chloride (TEC) dry powder is specially formulated from mixture of 3 ternary salts for metal fires. The offered dry powder is also treated with specialty chemicals to impart flow properties and excellent water repellency. It is highly suitable for fires of reactive metals like Li, Na, K, Mg, Al powders & paste, Ti, Fe and their alloys.
Sodium Bicarbonate Powder
Sodium Bicarbonate Powder is the most economical dry chemical agent, highly effective against animal fat and vegetable oil fires. When this dry agent is used, the fire has been known to flash back over the surface of an oil fire. Stable, free flowing and easy to handle, this powder is also mixed with other ingredients for improving the flow characteristics and expelling properties.
Potassium Bicarbonate Powder
Since a very long time, Potassium Bicarbonate Powder has been used as the excellent base material, widely used to formulate a dry chemical powder. More reactive than sodium bicarbonate, this compound dissociates at a lower temperature. The dry powder is siliconized to impart excellent water repellency. This dry powder is widely used to decompose and interfere with the chain propagation by reacting and absorbing the free radicals.
Monoammonium Phosphate Powder
We have Monoammonium Phosphate Powder, highly suitable for extinguishing class A, class B, and class C fires. This dry powder comes in 40%, 70% and 90% concentrations to meet diverse requirements of fire fighting. This dry powder chemically insulates class A fire by melting and coating the surface to which it is applied. In case of class B fire, it smothers and breaks down its chain reaction.