Fighting fire with science.
Fire is the result of a chain reaction when oxygen, heat, and fuel combine. When one of these elements is removed, the fire extinguishes.
1200 PSI at 20 gallons per minute is proven to be a tight balance for droplet size, water efficiency, and operational safety. This formula does more to a fire than rapidly reduce the element of heat like normal water though, the water droplets are also small enough to choke the element of oxygen.
An industrial machine in the bed of a pickup truck, PyroUHP can achieve this formula, and be operated by 1 person. This size enables fire departments to respond faster before the big water guns show up on scene.
One of the best examples for this system is a vehicle fire. The PyroUHP system has repeatedly proven to successfully extinguish car fires with less than 20 gallons of water.
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Centerville, Tennessee 37033