Cold Fire, reconocimiento a nivel mundial

A continuación se detallan las certificaciones, validaciones documentales, pruebas de ensayo y reconocimientos a nivel nacional e internacional para Cold Fire como agente de extinción de incendios:

+ Cesmec para clases de fuego A, B & K. DS 44 del Ministerio de Economía, Fomento y Turismo.

+ Prueba de ensayo aprobada para clase de fuego C en Cesmec.

+ Validación documental para clase de fuego D en Cesmec.
+ 2005, QPL de US Forestry Service.
+ 1993, USTC/Biological Services, eye and dermal irritation, acute oral toxicity, aquatic toxic on rainbow trout, water flea and alga. Per EPA Health Effects Test Guidelines.
+ 1994, UL Inc., Certificate granted 10/1996. Class A & B per NFPA 18, Standard for wetting agents. Cold Fire is UL listed for Class A & B Fires,. Listing #: 2N75. Tested in accordance with NFPA 18, Standard for Wetting Agents, UL 162, applicable portions of the Standard for Foam Equipment and Liquid Concentrates, and UL 711 (for Class B fires).
+ 1995, UL of Canada. Class A & B certifications. File #: Cex1225. Product was investigated and found to be in compliance with the requirements under ULC Subj. C175.
+ 1996, SGS US Testing Co. Inc., Aluminum and carbon steel corrosion rate evaluation per 49 CFR 173.120.
+ 1996, USGS, acute dermal toxicity study on rabbits, skin sensitization study on Guinea pigs.
+ 1997, SGS, acute inhalation toxicity on test animals (rats).
+ 1998, EPA Significant New Alternative Policy (SNAP program acceptable substitute for the Halons). SNAP (Significantly New Alternative Products) Program Vendor List. Cold Fire has been classified by the US EPA under: “Surfactant Blend A” Cold Fire is approved by the US EPA as a substitute for Halon 1211.
+ 1998, Intertek Testing Service, thermal surface cool down comparisons for metals and glass.
+ 1999, UL of Canada, Cold Fire testing for Class D performance.
+ 2007, US Forestry Service post initial QPL.
+ The research laboratory of FM Global. Test de enfriamiento, mejor penetración y extinción de fuego más rápido.
+ 2003, UL Inc., Pruebas de extinción de lotes gigantes de neumáticos en almacenamiento horizontal y vertical, auspiciadas por Michelin Tire Company.
+ 2007, FireFreeze sponsored the UL testing in 2007 for extinguisher and sprinkler applications. This test program was a result of the updated requirements imposed by the NFPA.

+ 2020, Free PFAS, PFOA y PFOS.
+ George Faust, owner of Professional Fire and Safety, Brookhaven, MS.
+ Jeff Guite, Success Marketing, Seattle, WA.
+ Greg Smith, Fire Chief, Genola, Utah.
+ Gary Mahugh, Mahugh Fire & Safety, LLC.
+ Alan Marble, Director of the Office of Emergency Services for Flathead County, Montana.
+ Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) Rating. Developed by the National Paint & Coatings Association (NCPA). Health Hazard: 0 Reactivity: 0 Flammability: 0