On Sunday, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) issued an update on the use of fire extinguishers and other extinguisher products in fire protection.
The NFPA’s fire extinguishments are designed to help protect people and property from fire.
“If you are in an active structure with combustible materials or other sources of heat, the risk of fire may increase,” the NFPA said.
“The NFPA has released a new fire extinguishment product, called Sicknick, that uses a special, non-permanent, flexible silicone foam that is designed to hold the fire at bay.”
The NFSA states that “the new fire-resisting foam has been shown to be both safe and effective in preventing and extinguishing fires.
In addition, the foam can be used as a fire retardant, as a sprinkler replacement, and as a non-combustible foam for other applications.”
“The safety of the public is our number one priority and the NFSA is working to promote safer and more effective products,” said the NFIA’s Chief Operating Officer, David Lohmann.
“We are working with our customers to make sure the product is available and ready to use in the field.”