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What does AFFF stand for?

AFFF stands for And Film Forming Fluoroprotein

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We have earned a fire reputation of manufacturing, supplying, and exporting a Film Forming Fluoroprotein Foam that bears ISI mark and also conforms to UL 162. It spreads rapidly, forms highly stable film, and exhibits remarkable fuel shedding property. It is useful in sub-surface injection and is also ideal for. more.
Water-Type portable fire extinguishers contain water-based agents, such as Water, Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF), Film-Forming Fluoroprotein Foam (FFFP), Antifreeze, and Loaded Stream. These portable fire extinguishers leave no powder residue and are effective on Class A fires and some Class B fires. There are two basic types of water-type portable fire extinguishers, Loaded Stream and Foam.
Chemguard offers a broad range of fluorosurfactants for use in aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF), alcohol-resistant aqueous film-forming foam (AR-AFFF), fluoroprotein (FP), film-forming fluoroprotein.
Protein type foams include regular protein foam (P), fluoroprotein foam (FP), alcohol resistant fluoroprotein foam (AR-FP), film forming fluoroprotein (FFFP), and alcohol resistant film forming fluoroprotein (FFFP). In general, protein based foams spread slightly slower than synthetic, but produce a more heat resistant, longer lasting foam blanket.
Alcoseal – AR-FFFPAlcoseal provides maximum protection against both hydrocarbons and polar solvents. The film forming action ensures outstanding flame knockdown performance. It is used extensively by industrial and municipal fire departments. Typical applications include hydrocarbon storage tanks process areas, warehousing, road / rail loading racks, power stations, marine terminals and offshore platforms. Petroseal 3 and 6 - FFFPPetroseal is a superior quality Film Forming Fluoroprotein.