CHEMGUARD-Foam concentrates

CHEMGUARD Foam Concentrates

The CHEMGUARD brand has served the global firefighting industry since 1984 with high-quality, field-proven products, expert technical service, innovative R&D, and customized solutions for challenging fire hazards. The CHEMGUARD portfolio of foam concentrates and engineered equipment provides a comprehensive range of fire protection solutions for fixed and semi-fixed system installations, plus emergency response capability.
CHEMGUARD foam products are developed and tested at the Johnson Controls Fire Technology Center, one of the most extensive fire research and testing facilities in the world.
CHEMGUARD foam concentrates are formulated and tested for fire and vapor suppression on a wide range of challenging hazards. Our concentrates are subject to stringent quality controls, from incoming raw materials inspection to finished product testing. Concentrates intended for system application include AFFF, AR-AFFF, and Fluoroprotein concentrates for low- and medium-expansion systems, and C2 series concentrates for medium- and high-expansion systems.

CHEMGUARD Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) concentrates combine fluoro and hydrocarbon surfactant technologies to produce high performance firefighting foams for use on Class B hydrocarbon fuels such as oil, petroleum, gasoline, benzene, diesel, and aviation fuels.

CHEMGUARD Alcohol Resistant Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AR-AFFF) concentrates combine AFFF surfactant technology with a polymeric membrane for use on both Class B polar solvent fuels – such as alcohols and ketones -as well as hydrocarbon fuel fires.
CHEMGUARD Fluoroprotein (FP) and Fluoroprotein Alcohol Resistant (FPAR) concentrates are produced from naturally occurring hydrolyzed proteins with fluorochemical additives to deliver a robust, aspirated foam blanket with high heat stability and good burnback resistance. FP concentrates are applicable for fire and vapor suppression on Class B hydrocarbon fuel fires, and FPAR foam may be used on both hydrocarbon and polar solvent fires.

Foam Testing Services
Foam concentrate properties and performance may decline over time, even when stored under optimal conditions. Many industry standards require annual foam testing, and our regional foam laboratories – located in the United States, Singapore, and Germany – provide fast turnaround for most foam analyses. Please contact your regional sales representative
for information on foam concentrate sample testing.


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