Watermist Based Hydrant System - (CF3000)
- Fights all classes of Fires
- Powered by Watermist and foam
- No power supply required
- Effective use of water
- Used for fighting larger fires
- Safe on people
Never underestimate a fire. With enough oxygen and other fuels, even the smallest flame can turn into a full-scale blaze, destroying everything in its path in just six minutes. The problem is, even if firefighters are rushing to your aid, external factors such as traffic and construction could prevent them from reaching you in time.
Which means that to beat a fire, you need two important things on your side: Quick response time and a powerful firefighting equipment that’s easily accessible on the premises. Equipment that gives you the power to take on any kind of fire, of any size.
Ceasefire has just the solution.
Powered by revolutionary Watermist technology, CF 3000 maximizes the firefighting and cooling properties of water, and then increases it manifold.
It’s highly dependable and being a standalone firefighter, you don’t need to worry about issues like malfunctioning pipelines and wear and tear on parts that affect commercially available hydrants. What’s more, while other hydrants run dry and other fire extinguishers are exhausted before putting out all the flames, CF 3000 continue the fight against fire.
Featuring the same potent firefighting power as conventional hydrants with much more efficient usage of water, CF 3000 uses just 60 litres of water where a normal hydrant would needs thousands of gallons to achieve the same results. It also features an AFFF Foam additive option for increased extinguishing power.
Being a self-contained, standalone firefighting device, CF 3000 is suitable for locations with no ready supply of compressed air and water. This easy-to-use system features an in-built pressure container, water storage unit and an optional foam supply unit. In an emergency, all you need to do is pull out the long hose, activate the device and instantly you’ll be armed with CF 3000’s immense firefighting power.
In other words, there is virtually no limit to its fire suppression power.