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The Gorilla™ 500 LB PKW Dry-Chemical Pressure Vessel is designed as a three-dimensional fire response tool with about 30 lb (13.6 Kg) per second powder discharge capability. Powered by a nitrogen cylinder mounted on the skid, the Gorilla can apply PKW dry chemical using Hydro-Chem™ Ranger monitor nozzles, Hydro-Chem™ Handgun nozzles (single, double, or even triple), up to 600 feet (17 m) of dry powder hose depending on hose size, number of lays, and the cylinder capacity. Two of these units can apply PKW dry chemical via the large flow Hydro-Chem™ Ambassador monitor nozzle.
Minuteman Series Hose Reel Foam Stations are pre-engineered firefighting systems consisting of a foam concentrate storage tank, proportioning equipment, and hose and discharging devices.
The Powder Keg Dry Chemical Skid from Williams Fire & Hazard Control represents a powerful tool in a small, convenient package used to combat pressurized fuel fires. The package is designed to be mounted in a compartment of a fire truck. The system is packed with 75 lbs (34 Kg) of PKW™ dry chemical powder and powered by conventional 4,500 PSI air-pack bottles that can be easily replaced or recharged.
The Quick Attack foam cart is ideal for spill fires in chemical plants and flammable liquid storage areas. Unlike eductor style foam stations, this foam cart operates effectively and proportions foam even at low water inlet pressures. Minimum recommended inlet pressure is 70 psi (4.8 bars). Foam stream projects from monitor approximately 50’ (15.2 m) at 70 psi (4.8 bars) inlet pressure (straight stream in still air).
Screaming Eagle monitor base is a portable yet robust platform to launch attacks on industrial fire hazards. This relatively lightweight (450 lbs or 204 kg empty) and compact (5 ft x 5 ft or 1.5 m x 1.5 m) platform can be dropped off virtually anywhere in your facility or incident site.