An article about the compressed air foam system (CAFS). It is a system used in firefighting to deliver fire retardant foam for the purpose of extinguishing a fire or protecting unburned areas from becoming involved in flame.
11-page PDF document about the class A foam and CAFS. Its purpose is to share the basic concepts of Class A foams and CAFS and their benefits to the structural fire service, even though virtually all fire departments that need to fight fire in other types of ordinary combustible fuel could reap the same benefits.
36-page PDF document about a technical report on foam to be used in wildfire suppression. It covers the basics of using class A foams and discusses their adaptability to present application equipment.