Micro-Blaze Out® is a multi-purpose fire fighting concentrate, microbial waste digester and odor controller for use by dilution with water in fixed or mobile fire suppression equipment, fixed or mobile systems. Micro-Blaze Out® is U.L. Classified as a Wetting Agent under NFPA 18 Revised 2006 Standards for use on Class “A” and Class “B” fires. Micro- Blaze Out® is Patented and contains a bio-chemical formulation of biological activators and scientifically selected bacteria which digest organic waste, including hydrocarbons, after the fires are extinguished.
Micro-Blaze Out® (MBO) improves the penetrating capability of water alone by reducing the surface tension of water, thereby increasing the penetration of surfaces that water alone may otherwise simply run off. This allows the MBO and water to reach deep-seated fires and extinguish the fires quickly while using much less water. Micro-Blaze Out® increases the heat absorbing capabilities of water thereby greatly reducing temperatures as it is applied.
The uniqueness of Micro-Blaze Out® that sets it apart from any other Wetting Agent or Class A Foam or Class B Foam is its patented formulation containing microbes. These are natural, non-toxic, and non-pathogenic microbes which will clean up the organic waste caused by the fire and will immediately begin the process of bioremediation and restoring the eco system that was damaged by hydrocarbon spills, fires, and run-off.
- U.L. Classified as a Class A & Class B Wetting Agent in accordance with ANSI/NFPA 18-2006
- Contains Micro-Blaze® microbes for remediation of organic and hydrocarbon wastes, making it a superior environmental foam.
- Suitable for use with fresh, brackish and sea water.
- Excellent wetting agent.
- Contains NO alcohols.
- Environmentally friendly.
- Reduces clean-up cost.
- Primary product component is on the EPA NCP List as a bioremediation agent.
- Will not hamper arson investigations.
- Patented Microbial firefighting agent. Suggested Proportioning Settings: Micro-Blaze Out® is proportioned with water at 1% for Class A materials and 3% for Class B liquids (non water soluble).