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The FAST FirEndR System is the Oil and Gas Industry’s most innovative Fire Suppression System available. It can be seamlessly integrated onto new or used Oilfield Frac equipment and Cementing equipment, including Frac Pumps, Frac Blenders, Cement Pumps, and more.

frac fire suppression firendr
frac fire suppression firendr
frac fire suppression firendr
frac fire suppression firendr

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System Overview

The F.A.S.T FirEndr Fire Suppression System features the most innovative cold foam technology in the industry. The system uses cold compressed air or nitrogen to propel foam, which can be used to fight active fires or seal fuel or vapor spills that could potentially lead to a fire.

  • 30 gallon Premixed tank
  • Stainless Steel Piping and Foam Nozzle System
  • Secondary Fire Hose System
  • Uses AFFF fire suppressing foam

Why choose us?

In the event of fire, the goal before all others is the safety of all personnel. The secondary goal is to mitigate the expenses associated with the incident.

If your equipment is being protected by fire extinguishers, you may not accomplish either goal. With fire extinguishers, you are asking several members of your team to actually go into the fire, then stay and fight it until that fire has been completely overwhelmed.

Conversely, The F.A.S.T. FirEndR Fire Suppression System allows for one man to quickly activate the system with as little as one turn of a knob, before quickly fleeing to safety. The fire will then likely be overwhelmed, as the system releases 300-600 gallons of cold AFFF Foam, with all of your personnel safely out of harm’s way.

There really is no choice to make. We believe The F.A.S.T. FirEndR System is the most effective and safest option in our industry

  • Custom Configuration & Integration
  • Patented Manifold System
    • 2000% foam expansion
    • Up to 800°F Temperature Reduction in less than 10 seconds
  • Extreme Operating Conditions
  • Inland and Offshore Equipment
  • Training, Support, Service

Why should you use AFFF agents?

Class B fires are fires involving flammable liquids and gases like petroleum oil, gasoline, tar, and more. These fires can be fought with dry powder, carbon dioxide, or AFFF Foam.

One disadvantage with Dry Powder is that most often there is not enough powder to extinguish a major petroleum fire. Dry Powder also leaves a powder residue, which settles into nooks and crannies. The chemicals involved can then undergo hydrolysis to form phosphoric acid, which corrodes metal, rubber, and coatings. The result is equipment will at times have to be disassembled to ensure every particle of the powder is cleaned up, in order to prevent damaging that piece of machinery.

Carbon Dioxide on the other hand, leaves no residue. However, the effectiveness of Carbon Dioxide decreases as the temperature of the fire increases. The result is that carbon dioxide is ineffective at preventing the fire from re-igniting.

AFFF Foam, such as that used by The F.A.S.T. FirEndR Fire Suppression System, covers the fire with a layer of cold foam, rapidly cooling the fire while also starving it of the oxygen required for fires to re-ignite. In addition, AFFF Foam is environmentally green, and in itself requires no cleanup.

  • Dry Powder
    • Residue settles in nooks and crannies
    • Hydrolysis to form corroding phosphoric acid
    • Equipment disassembly may be required after activation
  • Carbon Dioxide
    • No significant temperature decrease to prevent re-ignition
  • Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF)
    • Vapor Sealing Layer
    • Rapid Temperature Reduction
    • Oxygen Suffocation
    • Environmentally green
    • In itself requires no cleanup

The Nozzle System

  • Strategically placed nozzles
    • Targets heat sources
    • Vapor sealing cover
      • Suffocates the fire

The Hose System

  • Secondary fire hose system is included
    • Up to 50 feet in length
    • Seal fuel or vapor spills
    • Can be used on nearby units

Safety, Savings, Innovation, Performance, and Confidence

  • Personnel Safety
  • Mitigated Expenses
    • Insurance Premiums
    • Clean-up
    • Equipment loss
    • Damage to the well
    • Environmental impact
  • Land Owners Confidence