Hangar Foam Fire Suppression Systems: More Harm than Good?
At Global Aerospace, we are advocates for aviation industry stakeholders in many areas related to reducing risk. One issue we believe warrants greater awareness and more discussion is the potential danger and damage that can result from inadvertent activation of foam-based fire suppression systems in aircraft hangars.
This free white paper provides insights and opinions from a number of industry experts.
Download and read it to learn:
How inadvertent activation creates risk for personnel and property from real-life examples
What the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) fire suppression requirements are for hangars
How the two primary types of foam system (HEF and AFFF) work
Whether loss data supports NFPA 409 requirements
Why inadvertent activations are not uncommon
Who is responsible for inadvertent foam discharge events
What is happening in the industry to address this issue
Download the Hangar Foam Fire Suppression Systems White Paper