INTERSCHUTZ 2020, 15 - 20 June, Hannover/Germany
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Fire-Fighting Foam Concentrates





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Logo Fire-Fighting Foam Concentrates

Product description

A highly qualified team has conceived a full range of synthetic and protein based foam compounds to fight hydrocarbon and polar solvent fires, including:
- Protein and Fluoroprotein
- Multi-expansion synthetic
- Synthetic and Protein Film forming (AFFF - FFFP)
- Newtonian and Pseudoplastic Alcohol-Resistant
- Etc.


The production plant, certified ISO 9001, is located at Novara (near Milan - Italy) in the heart of Europe, allowing an easy access to most countries around the world.
The factory is equipped with ultra-modern means, enabling daily production of 200 m³ foam concentrate. The warehousing facility is equipped with rapid loading bays for trucks, 20'-40' boxes and tankers.
If the worst happens and a customer has to cope with a major fire, our 24 hour emergency service, backed-up by our high level production capacity and massive storage facility, ensures that the right amount of product is in the right place at the right time.

At the service of Professionals:

PROFOAM INTERNATIONAL in Paris is in charge of worldwide sales where an experienced team assists and advises international end users.
By placing at the customer's disposal, its extensive knowledge base of products, technology and international standards, Profoam offers an unsurpassed level of technical assistance.

Respect for the Environment:

Profoam uses biodegradable, non-toxic raw materials adapted to the requirements of a harmless ecosystem. Our R&D department pays particular attention to any possible environmental impact from the effect of chemical substances.
For a cleaner environment, Profoam recommends the use of protein based foams. Mainly composed of proteins made from natural products, they are more quickly biodegradable compared with synthetic foams made from chemicals.
Furthermore the natural antifreeze properties of protein removes the need to use glycol, which is harmful to the environment, but necessary in synthetic foams designed to be stored and used at low temperatures.

Hall 13, Stand B31

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