1min 3 sec video about the types of Class A fire. Class A fires encompass fires of combustibles such as paper, wood and cloth. Learn how to identify a class A fire in this free video on fire class identification.
1min 30sec video about a demonstration showing how flammable a dry Christmas tree can be as opposed to a tree watered regularly. This test was conducted by the National Fire Protection Association and Underwriters Laboratories.
1min 6sec video about the types of Class B fire. Class B fires comprise flammable, combustible liquid fires. Learn how to identify a class B fire in this free video on fire class identification.
35sec video about the Class B fire, an example of kitchen oil fire.
1min 14sec video of a demonstration of Class B fire. Cold Fire was used with a blizzard nozzle to extinguish a pool of five gallons of ethanol, a Class B polar solvent.
1min 9sec video about Class C fires which involve energized electrical equipment. Learn how to identify a class C fire in this free video on fire class identification.
22sec video of an example of a class C fire.
1min 4sec video about Class D fires which involve burning metals that must be extinguished with dry powder extinguishing agent. Learn how to identify a class D fire in this free video on fire class identification.
1min 57sec video of an example of a class D fire. Bedford Fire Department's Wagon 1 operating on a vehicle fire on the Martin Luther King Byway. 1:10 into the video you will see what happens when water hits magnesium around the transfer case of the Jeep Liberty.
1min 19sec video of F-500's superior cooling ability that allows Class D metals fires to be extinguished using a 3% solution of F-500 in plain water.