Latest Fire fighting foam Stories
Market Size - $307.8 mn in 2013, Market Growth - CAGR of 8.4%, Market Trends – Increasing fluorotelomer use in textiles.
The Solberg Company announced today that its firefighting foam research and manufacturing operation in Bergen, Norway, has been awarded Eco-Lighthouse certification, a prestigious status that is supported by the Norwegian Ministry of the Environment. Green Bay, WI (PRWEB) April 25, 2011 The Solberg Company announced today that its firefighting foam research and manufacturing operation in Bergen, Norway, has been awarded Eco-Lighthouse certification, a prestigious status that is supported...
Acquisition Adds Global Offering of Class A and Class B Firefighting Foam Trussville, AL (Vocus/PRWEB) March 01, 2011 Amerex, a leader in the manufacture of hand portable extinguishers and fixed special-hazard fire suppression systems, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Solberg Scandinavian AS, one of the largest independent firefighting foam agent manufacturers in Europe. â€œThis strategic acquisition enables Amerex to uniquely bring advanced, environmentally...
In response to the ever-growing rise in special hazard flammable liquid fires, fire safety specialist and inventor David Munroe has launched ACAF Systems Inc, a manufacturer of innovative and self contained Compressed Air Foam fire suppression systems.
Australian scientists have developed a groundbreaking treatment to clean up the highly toxic and persistent foam chemicals used worldwide to fight thousands of fires.
Today's Navy scientists are conducting research to insure that sailors and their ships can be protected from the deadly effects of fire.
Aluminum foams have a porous structure that makes them excellent materials to absorb sound, impacts and vibrations. Their metallic nature allows their use as electromagnetic shields and makes them stable at high temperatures.
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