Firexo https://firexo.com All fires, one answer. Tue, 03 Nov 2020 07:45:38 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.5.1 https://firexo.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/cropped-favicon-1-32x32.png Firexo https://firexo.com 32 32 Old vs new: Halon vs Firexo https://firexo.com/old-vs-new-halon-vs-firexo/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=old-vs-new-halon-vs-firexo https://firexo.com/old-vs-new-halon-vs-firexo/#respond Mon, 12 Oct 2020 20:24:16 +0000 https://firexo.com/?p=6123 Halon based fire extinguishants were previously regarded as the most effective universal fire extinguishing agents, working on 3 fire classes, and leaving no toxic residue… However, halon extinguishants have one major caveat, they’re now illegal in many countries (including the UK) due to the devastating impacts they have on the environment. When released into the […]

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Halon based fire extinguishants were previously regarded as the most effective universal fire extinguishing agents, working on 3 fire classes, and leaving no toxic residue… However, halon extinguishants have one major caveat, they’re now illegal in many countries (including the UK) due to the devastating impacts they have on the environment.

When released into the atmosphere halons trigger a chain reaction that destroys molecules of ozone in the stratosphere, a single molecule of halon can destroy billions of molecules ozone. Stratospheric ozone is absolutely critical for absorbing UV radiation emitted by the sun, which prevents the cancer-causing UV rays from reaching earth and damaging living organisms.

Technical talk: how do halons cause ozone depletion?

Halons are organohalogen compounds that consist bromine and/or fluorine atoms and either 1 or 2 carbon atoms. When released into the atmosphere, UV radiation provides enough energy to break the covalent bond between the halogen and the carbon atom to create halogen free radicals.
 
Halogen free radicals react with ozone molecules by a mechanism called free-radical substitution. This initiates a chain reaction that breaks ozone down into oxygen, oxygen doesn’t have the same protective effect on the environment that ozone does.

However, there is now a patent protected extinguishant that is not only more effective than halon extinguishers, working on all fire classes, but one that also doesn’t have the same devastating effect on the environment. This extinguishant is made by Firexo.

With Firexo, there is one answer to all fires. It is a firefighting game changer. It eliminates the confusion which reduces the time required to extinguish fires resulting in a reduction in property damage, less injury, and more importantly, more lives saved.

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Why every car needs a Firexo extinguisher https://firexo.com/why-every-car-needs-a-firexo-extinguisher/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=why-every-car-needs-a-firexo-extinguisher https://firexo.com/why-every-car-needs-a-firexo-extinguisher/#respond Sat, 30 May 2020 13:08:30 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1852 Every year in the UK more than 93,000 cars go up in flames, equating to nearly 250 a day. Currently, up to three fire engines, complete with crews, are deployed to tackle a fire, and often it can take as many as 1,800 litres of water and up to an hour to put it out. Regularly, […]

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Every year in the UK more than 93,000 cars go up in flames, equating to nearly 250 a day. Currently, up to three fire engines, complete with crews, are deployed to tackle a fire, and often it can take as many as 1,800 litres of water and up to an hour to put it out.

Regularly, firefighters need to deploy foam to extinguish the flames, which is harmful to the environment and requires prior permission from the Environmental Agency for the firefighters to use.

Apart from the immediate risk on life, safety and personal property, the average cost to the taxpayer for resurfacing a road after a car fire is £15,000. If it’s a major fire, this will also cost the economy around £1.5 million per incident if three lanes are closed for four hours.

So why does a car fire take so long to put out? The first reason is that modern cars are made up of a number of different combustible materials and fuels, which means that multiple different classes of fire are occurring within one blaze. Current traditional firefighting methods are not able to quickly tackle all of these classes of fire at once though.

The second reason is time. A car fire can reach temperatures of up to 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit in just 11 minutes, which is the average time it takes for a fire crew to respond to a callout. Water, the main tool in the fire brigade’s arsenal, works by ‘stealing’ the heat from a fire, making it unable to burn the car ‘fuel’. It takes a long time for water to do this however, when the fire is so hot to begin with.

How can Firexo help? As the only solution to combat all classes of fire (A, B, C, D, E & F), Firexo can put out car fires containing electrical, fuel, gas, oil, fat, metals, and solid combustible materials, fast.

Firexo works to remove both the oxygen and the heat from a fire, meaning it requires less volume. In one test, nine litres of Firexo put out a car fire in just 53 seconds. A rapid-response motorcycle could therefore hold enough of the liquid to put out up to three cars.

Firexo is also biodegradable and cools materials to a temperature that they can be handled, enabling a vehicle to be recovered quicker. This in turn reduces the disruption to other road users and the impact on the surrounding environment. This makes Firexo Mass perfectly suited for use by fire crews to put out vehicle fires quickly and helping an incident have as little impact as possible. In testing, nine litres of Firexo Mass put out a car fire in just 53 seconds.

But Firexo is not just for use by professional firefighters. What if every motorist carried Firexo’s Spray Can in their glove box or Firexo’s 2ltr extinguisher under their seat? Small fires could be caught early on and, in some cases, emergency services wouldn’t even have to be called.

Armed with the knowledge that Firexo works on all classes of fires and requires smaller volumes than water, motorists would be empowered to act to contain small fires. Fires tackled quickly by the driver may only result in their vehicle having to be recovered by a breakdown service, rather than losing the entire vehicle to fire.

Modern cars are incorporating more and more technology to safeguard us such as emergency brake assist, autonomous cruise control, and lane departure warning systems. Volvo, has even publicly stated its vision that by 2020 no one should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car. Yet the UK’s motorists are still woefully unprepared for fire. Our vehicles are not required by law to have any form of fire safety equipment in them, and most don’t.

It’s time for change. Simply carrying an effective fire solution should be something all drivers do. And by making sure it’s a Firexo extinguisher, you can be confident that you’ve made the right choice.

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How retailers can take a stand in the fight against fire https://firexo.com/how-retailers-can-take-a-stand-in-the-fight-against-fire/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=how-retailers-can-take-a-stand-in-the-fight-against-fire https://firexo.com/how-retailers-can-take-a-stand-in-the-fight-against-fire/#respond Sat, 30 May 2020 13:07:33 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1847 Our homes are our castles, sanctuaries and happy places. Yet, what happens if disaster strikes? When fire breaks out it’s our memories, years of investment and priceless heirlooms that go up in smoke. And it’s more common than you think. Domestic fires continue to be a common occurrence – in fact there were more than 37,700 […]

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Our homes are our castles, sanctuaries and happy places. Yet, what happens if disaster strikes? When fire breaks out it’s our memories, years of investment and priceless heirlooms that go up in smoke. And it’s more common than you think. Domestic fires continue to be a common occurrence – in fact there were more than 37,700 throughout Great Britain during 2017/18. Yet, the public remains largely unequipped to tackle fires in their own homes. Most have little or no fire protection equipment at all.

Picture the scenario of having to stand and watch the damage unfold as you wait for the fire brigade to arrive to put out a blaze that could have been stopped in its tracks with a small fire extinguisher. All the while the fire services continue to suffer from cuts. It is clear that the time has come for cultural and societal change.

In Sweden it’s the law that every home must have a fire extinguisher. In the UK it seems we are nowhere near adopting a similar approach to fire safety. However, until it’s the law, retailers are in a position of responsibility to make a difference and be the frontrunner for change – and that’s exactly what Firexo is calling on them to do!

It is abundantly clear that there is an urgent need for fire extinguishers to be present in every home up and down the country. With more than 27 million homes in the UK, the gap in the market for retail profit is huge, but so is the current risk of devastating damage.

The public needs to be equipped with better knowledge and awareness of how to tackle small fires, when safe to do so, before they escalate and become unmanageable. However, this will only happen if the cause for change gains momentum, and the equipment needed is made readily available. Yet, if one enters most supermarkets and household goods retailers, these products aren’t always prominent, if present at all.

There is currently a lack of availability of easy-to-use fire extinguishers, and retailers should be looking to take on the responsibility of making these products widely accessible– helping to protect homes and consumers from fire. This gap in the market needs to be filled now, and retailers should take the opportunity to position themselves as the frontrunners to implement this necessary change in attitude

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Firexo Celebrates their First Birthday with Bonfire Night https://firexo.com/firexo-celebrates-their-first-birthday-with-bonfire-night/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=firexo-celebrates-their-first-birthday-with-bonfire-night https://firexo.com/firexo-celebrates-their-first-birthday-with-bonfire-night/#respond Sat, 30 May 2020 13:06:25 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1842 Remember, remember – it’s almost the fifth of November! With bonfire night around the corner, Firexo, the firefighting game changers, are celebrating their first anniversary. To celebrate Firexo have come up with their top five tips on how to have the best and safest bonfire night fun whilst making sure Guy Fawkes is the only […]

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Remember, remember – it’s almost the fifth of November! With bonfire night around the corner, Firexo, the firefighting game changers, are celebrating their first anniversary. To celebrate Firexo have come up with their top five tips on how to have the best and safest bonfire night fun whilst making sure Guy Fawkes is the only thing going up in flames!

Top tips:

  • Light up your night – one sparkler at a time! Did you know that if three sparklers burn together, they will do so at the same heat used to join metal? So, unless you want to make your own blowtorch, it’s probably best that you stick to lighting one at a time!
  • Steer clear whenever a firework is near – Ensure that you have bought the right category of fireworks for the size of your space (Category 2 fireworks are also known as “garden” fireworks). Allow plenty of distance between yourself and the display – you definitely don’t want to get up close and personal!
  • Be prepared for emergencies! During events like bonfire night it’s essential to plan for every possible outcome – including the worst! Keep a bucket of water handy to use if a bonfire gets out of control, or to store used fireworks until they are cooled down enough to put safely in the bin. To ensure you are extra safe the Firexo 6L extinguisher will put out any fire that gets out of control.
  • (Don’t) relight my fire! If you light a firework fuse and it doesn’t work – DO NOT attempt to relight it! The firework may or may not still explode, so it’s best to leave it (if possible, overnight) in case there’s any life in it. This is one of the most fundamental safety tips. It can be frustrating when you don’t get the most bang for your buck – but it’s never worth the risk!
  • Remember – bonfire night is fun! The rules and regulations may make putting a firework display on seem pretty daunting. Always remember that these measures are in place to keep you safe – not to put you off from having a good time! Firework-related accidents are rare, so as long as you’ve taken all the essential safety precautions, you’re good to light up the sky this November!

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Firexo UK & Ireland goes from strength to strength as it joins forces with Beeswift Limited https://firexo.com/firexo-uk-ireland-goes-from-strength-to-strength-as-it-joins-forces-with-beeswift-limited/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=firexo-uk-ireland-goes-from-strength-to-strength-as-it-joins-forces-with-beeswift-limited https://firexo.com/firexo-uk-ireland-goes-from-strength-to-strength-as-it-joins-forces-with-beeswift-limited/#respond Tue, 26 May 2020 07:20:52 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1717 We are pleased to announce that Firexo UK & Ireland has partnered with Beeswift, one of the largest manufacturers and wholesale producers of PPE in the UK. The Beeswift partnership is a natural next step for Firexo, and Beeswift’s ability to increase the visibility of Firexo’s range of products to markets around the world, through […]

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We are pleased to announce that Firexo UK & Ireland has partnered with Beeswift, one of the largest manufacturers and wholesale producers of PPE in the UK.

The Beeswift partnership is a natural next step for Firexo, and Beeswift’s ability to increase the visibility of Firexo’s range of products to markets around the world, through its enviable network of distributors, sales agents and international contracts is crucial for Firexo. Beeswift’s impressive reach will help facilitate Firexo’s mission of becoming a household name.

Firexo Group CEO & President, Dave Breith said, “A clear vision of our roadmap for Firexo is to sign strategic wholesaler partnerships with big players in the protective clothing and equipment market. We could not be more pleased to have Beeswift as a partner in this area, as we look to capitalise on a very successful first year”.

Breith continued, “The catalogue of safety products available at Beeswift is enviable and it is testament to Firexo’s unique capabilities of safeguarding both consumers and businesses alike against fire, that makes us an important part of their portfolio. Beeswift will no doubt help facilitate our vision of becoming a household name in the years to come”.

The full range of Firexo products including Firexo Sachets, Firexo Small Extinguishers and 2L,6L and 9L Fire Extinguishers is now available from Beeswift. Mr Les Giles, CEO of Beeswift said, “As one of the country’s leading manufacturers and wholesalers of PPE and workwear we recognise the requirements for products that fall outside our circle of expertise. When we saw Firexo, we knew that this was a product that would work perfectly with our distributors and markets. We are delighted to have them on board”.

For more information regarding this announcement, please contact us on media@firexo.com

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Another industry first for Firexo https://firexo.com/another-industry-first-for-firexo/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=another-industry-first-for-firexo https://firexo.com/another-industry-first-for-firexo/#respond Tue, 26 May 2020 07:20:26 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1714 Firexo continues to be an industry game-changer as Nicki Stewart, managing director of Firexo for UK and Ireland, has just confirmed her seat as the first female on the prestigious FIA Extinguishing Council. As well as continuing to help educate consumers about fire safety, it is hoped that Nicki’s position will also trailblaze the way […]

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Firexo continues to be an industry game-changer as Nicki Stewart, managing director of Firexo for UK and Ireland, has just confirmed her seat as the first female on the prestigious FIA Extinguishing Council.

As well as continuing to help educate consumers about fire safety, it is hoped that Nicki’s position will also trailblaze the way for more females within the industry.

Read the media alert from the FIA here.

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Firexo turns 1 today! https://firexo.com/firexo-turns-1-today/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=firexo-turns-1-today https://firexo.com/firexo-turns-1-today/#respond Tue, 26 May 2020 07:16:23 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1710 The post Firexo turns 1 today! appeared first on Firexo.

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Firefighting revolutionised with ground-breaking new liquid https://firexo.com/firefighting-revolutionised-with-ground-breaking-new-liquid/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=firefighting-revolutionised-with-ground-breaking-new-liquid https://firexo.com/firefighting-revolutionised-with-ground-breaking-new-liquid/#respond Mon, 25 May 2020 18:42:09 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1643 Avoidable deaths caused by fire, and extensive damage to businesses and homes, could now be reduced with the launch of Firexo. Firexo’s ground-breaking liquid can extinguish any type of fire, anywhere, removing the confusion currently caused by the lack of knowledge around which fire extinguisher should be used to put out which type of fire […]

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Avoidable deaths caused by fire, and extensive damage to businesses and homes, could now be reduced with the launch of Firexo.

Firexo’s ground-breaking liquid can extinguish any type of fire, anywhere, removing the confusion currently caused by the lack of knowledge around which fire extinguisher should be used to put out which type of fire – getting it wrong can have catastrophic, and potentially deadly, consequences.

It can also drastically reduce the time it takes to put out any fire. For example, a car fire can take up to an hour and 1,800 litres of water for a fire crew to extinguish, compared to Firexo which in one test put out a car in 53 seconds – quickly cooling the metal to a temperature where it can be safely handled.

David Breith, CEO and founder of Firexo, said: “The current time frames to put out a fire, whatever type it may be, are too long. The people who have lost assets, valuables, property, investments and above all else, loved ones, would attest to this. The life-saving potential that Firexo yields is clear.

“It can be used in every single place where current fire extinguishers are found, by professional firefighters as well as people in their households when absolutely necessary, from small fires to forest fires. The revolution in firefighting is here.”

The liquid will be available to the public in three forms. A fire extinguisher ranging from three litres to nine litres, a spray can designed for tackling small fires in the home and a sachet for putting out pan fires.

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Prestigious fire industry association (FIA) admits Firexo https://firexo.com/prestigious-fire-industry-association-fia-admits-firexo/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=prestigious-fire-industry-association-fia-admits-firexo https://firexo.com/prestigious-fire-industry-association-fia-admits-firexo/#respond Mon, 25 May 2020 18:41:19 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1640 Firexo, creator of the only liquid able to extinguish all classes of fire, has been admitted as a full member to the prestigious Fire Industry Association (FIA). The FIA is the largest fire protection trade association in the UK, representing over 800 members – a significant proportion of the fire industry. Its main aim is […]

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Firexo, creator of the only liquid able to extinguish all classes of fire, has been admitted as a full member to the prestigious Fire Industry Association (FIA).

The FIA is the largest fire protection trade association in the UK, representing over 800 members – a significant proportion of the fire industry. Its main aim is to promote, improve and perfect fire protection methods, devices, services and apparatus.

New members undergo a rigorous vetting process before being inducted into the association.

Following its admittance, Firexo will now take part in setting industry best practice, shaping standards and influencing fire legislation.

Dave Breith, CEO of Firexo, comments: “Tracing its roots as far back 1916, the FIA has been unscrupulous in representing the fire industry for more than 100 years. Firexo is proud to be admitted into this highly respected association, which recognises the vast potential of Firexo to revolutionise the industry, save lives, and protect property.”

As the only solution able to extinguish all classes of fire, Firexo can play a key role in helping to improve fire safety standards. Electrical, fuel, gas, oil, fat, metals, and solid combustible material fires can all be put out with this single solution – removing the confusion over which extinguisher needs to be used on each class of fire.

It is also environmentally friendly – the non-toxic liquid is made from natural ingredients and is biodegradable, with a neutral PH, meaning it doesn’t harm the surrounding areas of a fire. It cools materials to a temperature that they can be handled, creates less debris, and requires small volumes to extinguish a fire, making clearing up easier.

Any home, any business, any event, and any vehicle, can be protected by Firexo, anywhere. It can be purchased in four forms: Firexo Extinguishers, Firexo Spray, Firexo Sachet for use on pan fires, and Firexo Mass, for emergency services and service providers.

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Who’s in charge? What do I do? Reducing the threat of fire to businesses https://firexo.com/whos-in-charge-what-do-i-do-reducing-the-threat-of-fire-to-businesses/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=whos-in-charge-what-do-i-do-reducing-the-threat-of-fire-to-businesses https://firexo.com/whos-in-charge-what-do-i-do-reducing-the-threat-of-fire-to-businesses/#respond Mon, 25 May 2020 18:40:30 +0000 https://sales.firexo.dev/?p=1637 A fire in the workplace can have devastating consequences for everyone involved; from employees and customers, to the business itself. In fact, research from the ABI (Association of British Insurers) shows that 75% of businesses do not recover from a serious fire. With the average cost of a fire in a commercial building estimated to stand at […]

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A fire in the workplace can have devastating consequences for everyone involved; from employees and customers, to the business itself.

In fact, research from the ABI (Association of British Insurers) shows that 75% of businesses do not recover from a serious fire.

With the average cost of a fire in a commercial building estimated to stand at £58,100, the odds are stacked against a business being able to survive the repercussions of a serious blaze. And with statistics showing that fires in the workplace are more common than most people realise, it is essential that businesses do everything possible to prevent falling victim to them. In Greater London alone, there are between 20-22,000 fires a year in non-residential buildings.

Duty of care

As an employer, it is your duty to have stringent policies and procedures in place to handle potential fire hazards. These policies usually include carrying out regular fire risk assessments, warning employees of any dangers, implementing appropriate fire safety measures, planning for emergencies and ensuring your staff are prepared for such an incident. There is clearly no room for error in fire safety procedures. Yet, despite best efforts, preventing a fire from sparking is not always achievable – accidents can happen, and unforeseeable incidents do occur.

But, whilst every business has a fire safety procedure in place, how many employees really know what to do if a fire breaks out? Employees might know who the fire marshal is, where the fire exits are and where the designated fire evacuation meeting point can be found. They might even know where the fire extinguishers are kept. But, how many of them know how to use a fire extinguisher? Or, more importantly, which fire extinguisher to use.

Time is of the essence when it comes to fire safety, but currently, the confusion over which fire extinguisher should be used, in which scenario, could be unnecessarily lengthening the time taken to put it out.

Using the wrong fire extinguisher can also have dangerous consequences and may even make the situation worse. For example, if an individual attempted to extinguish an electrical fire with water they could be putting themselves at risk of an electric shock. A CO2 extinguisher handled incorrectly can cause frostbite to the hands of the operator, and water sprayed into a pan fire can ignite a flare up into a fireball.  

This uncertainty is often the reason that many employees are unsure if they’ll do more harm than good when faced with the decision of either tackling a small fire, or vacating the building. Ordering all staff to leave the building on discovering any fire might sound like the simplest and safest plan. However, by doing this, employers are forgetting their legal obligations, as the designated ‘responsible person’, to surrounding life and property, the environment (foam, for example, is toxic) and the safety of the fire crews that may have to risk their lives to tackle a large blaze that’s out of control.

Turning the table

With 60 per cent of office fires estimated to occur during working hours, it makes sense that more small fires could be extinguished if staff were better equipped to tackle them before they become unmanageable. It’s time we re-think how fires are dealt with and tackle the problem through both innovation and improved staff training.

We need to replace rows of different fire extinguishers, with confusing warning labels depicting what they can and can’t be used on, with a one-size-fits-all solution. One extinguisher, all fires, and no dangerous consequences for holding it the wrong way, or risk of dangerous chemicals harming the environment.

Then we need to equip staff with the skills, training and confidence to pick up a single extinguisher and tackle a blaze when necessary. Yes, there will always be incidents that cannot be tackled with extinguishers, where it’s clearly safer to evacuate, but this cannot be the policy for every single fire.

The twenty-first century has seen a number of catastrophic fire disasters, with consequences that have cost millions of pounds, resources and, most importantly, lives. Too many of these devastating fires could have been easily stopped in their tracks if caught earlier.

In an era where we are harnessing the power of innovation to improve our lives, from 3D imaging to visualise health and safety hazards and biometric collars to keep us awake at the wheel, knowing which fire extinguisher to use on what fire shouldn’t be a cause of confusion. The time for change is now, we need to clear up confusion with a single solution for every fire, and empower employees to use it, when safe to do so. Lives and livelihoods might depend on it.

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