Does Cold Fire Really Work?
With Cold Fire there is a safer way to put out fires, they say. This product claims to be environmentally friendly and multitasked. It puts out fires more safely, quickly, using less water and causing less damage. It is also safer for firefighters. They claim that with Cold Fire, incendiaries are cooled down 21 times faster than water would do the job. And for added protection, they say that heat and fuel are rendered unable to reignite. Whether a fire is class A or B, Cold Fire claims that it can handle the job. It can also hold back vapors and remedy spills, they say. Utilizing a UL listed wetting agent UL 2N75, Cold Fire is also considered to be a foam, surfactant and water enhancer. It can even extinguish grease fires, they claim, and was found to surpass other products on the US Forestry Qualified Product List for health and safety hazards and use restrictions. Cold Fire can be applied by helicopters with Bambi buckets, used in pumping stations along firelines, and poured directly in brush truck tanks, they say. It will even put out fires that are oil and alcohol based. It can be used on oil well and tanker fires, tire fires, fuel and ethanol fires, grass, brush and forest fires and metal fires, they claim.