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Global Fire Fighting Inc. manufactures FireAde®  Videos

Environmentally friendly, 100% biodegradable

FireAde®

  • Environmentally friendly, 100% biodegradable.

  • Superior performance with rapid knockdown

  • Non corrosive.

  • Non hazardous (not classified as dangerous goods,can be airfreighted).

  • Non toxic (UL listed. Does not contain PFOS, PFOA,
    hazardous decomposition or carcinogenic products).

  • Extended shelf life 20+ years, stability through lifetime
    (immune to UV damage) recommend 3 year turnover.

Environmentally formulated

Superior performance with rapid knockdown

Fireade® Is Environmentally Friendly, 100% Biodegradable Superior Performance With Rapid Knockdown And Non Corrosive

Global Fire Fighting Inc. manufactures FireAde®

Global Fire Fighting, Inc. manufactures FireAde® Fire Fighting Solutions, AFFF, AR-AFFF, and Military Specification Products. FireAde® maximizes performance and minimizes time spent at emergencies. All products available in 5 gallon pail, 55 gallon drum, 250 gallon tote, 330 gallon tote, and Tanker. Review our full line of products below.

What is FireAde®?

FireAde® is the latest technology in Fire Fighting. FireAde® is our signature product classified and certified as both a Class A firefighting product and also a Class B firefighting product. FireAde® is certified UL as both a wetting agent and AFFF (Aqueous Film Forming Foam).

What is the difference between FireAde® and other products?

FireAde®, our signature product, is certified by Underwriters Laboratory as dual-class firefighting product and holds a certification as a NFPA 18-2017 wetting agent and also a UL-162 Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF).

Drastic reduction of smoke

FireAde® Fire Fighting Solutions

All products available in 5 gallon pail, 55 gallon drum, 250 gallon tote, 330 gallon tote, and Tanker. Review our full line of products below.

Aberdeen Fire & Rescue along with Brown County rural fire departments conducted tests that compared different foam concentrates to find one that would best suit our needs. The purpose of the tests was to find the most effective foam concentrate that we could use on various types of fires. The tests included live fire using various foam brands on significant quantities of Class A and B material. These tests were also conducted with no vendor or sales representative present so our decisions would not be influenced. To ensure equal testing the foam was educted at 1% on class A fires and 3% on class B fires.

JR Huebner, Battalion Chief, Aberdeen Fire & Rescue

On August 23, 2018 at 11:07 a.m., the Spring Lake Park-Blaine-Mounds View Fire Department responded to a report of a plane crash with the aircraft fully involved. SBMFD Engine 5 arrives first and immediately begins suppression operations on the burning aircraft. They are flowing Fireade at 3% through their 1-3/4”hand line and achieved knockdown very quickly, including burning magnesium and approximately 80 gallons of AVGAS. After 10 years in the Air Force/MNANG as an airfield firefighter and using conventional AFFF, I was extremely impressed with the performance of Fireade. The pilot survived and is in the hospital with burns and other trauma. Thank you for the very effective product!

Chief Charles V. Smith, IV., Spring Lake Park - Blaine - Mounds View Fire Department

Pass along to everyone[…]we worked another bad truck wreck on I 20 this week[..].and again FireAde saved the day for us. It most likely saved the life of a trapped driver of one of the trucks. We put out TWO tractor trailers which were burning, one loaded with frozen food and the second loaded with pallets of cotton thread type material. FireAde penetrated the burning materials and allow us to control the fire in less than 15 MINUTES – WOW!

Bud Benefield, Deputy Chief, Carroll County Fire Department

As a long time customer and user of your products, our department has had the opportunity to use and evaluate under actual conditions the newest formulation of FireAde for an extended period of time. Our evaluations come from our own in house testing and training under various conditions with various materials consisting of class “A” and class “B” flammables & combustibles including the new formulations of motor fuels such Flex Fuel, E 85 (Ethanol 85%), Low Sulfur and off road agricultural diesel, and of course unleaded Gasoline in various blends.

Bud Benefield, Deputy Chief, Carroll County Fire Department