FlameOut+ Fire Suppessor is an extremely effective fire suppressing agent for use on Class A and B fires.

It is a 100% Organic/ Non-toxic (No PFOA, PFOS, PFAS), Non-corrosive/HALON replacement. Registered with the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Forestry. FlameOut has been specifically designed to capture and combine the best qualities of a wetting agent and a foam.

FlameOut’s patented formula works to extinguish a fire and prevent re-ignition by eliminating each of the three sides of the fire triangle: Heat, Oxygen, and Fuel. First, the wetting power of FlameOut rapidly cools and penetrates (Removing Heat). Second, FlameOut works to encapsulate and blanket the oxygen at the surface of the fire (Removing Oxygen). Last, FlameOut prevents re-ignition by breaking the hydrocarbon strings and suppressing flammable vapor helping

  • Exceptional for use on Class B fires involving gasoline, kerosene and diesel
  • Fast cooling effect
  • Excellent vapor suppression characteristics
  • Penetrating capabilities which help the product act as a retardant
  • Low toxicity
  • Excellent handling characteristics
  • Ease of application with no special equipment required



  • FlameOutcools burning material rapidly.

  • FlameOutconsumes the oxygen that feeds the fire.

  • FlameOutpenetrates deeply to prevent reflash.

  • FlameOutacts as a retardant by keeping treated materials from burning.

  • FlameOutis non-corrosive and non-toxic.

  • FlameOutis safe to store, handle, and use.

  • FlameOutis up to 6 times more effective than water alone, and greatly reduces water consumption.

  • FlameOutis environmentally safe and 100% biodegradable.

FireAide FlameOut Comparison

FlameOut+ Concentrate Product Specification
Specification Description
Chemical Aqueous Synthetic Bio-surfactant. Wetting Agent/Foam
Approvals UL GOHR.EX5028, NFPA18-2006, UL 162, USFS 5100-307 and EN 1568-3
pH 8.5 to 9.5. Dilutions with water are pH neutral
Solubility 100%. Complete in water and remains in suspension
Dilution for Use Class A Fires: .1-1%
Class B Fires: 3%
Color Pale yellow with fresh scent
Biodegradability Complete within 21 days
Flammability Not combustible
Specific Gravity [email protected]
Biodegradability Complete within 21 days
Toxicity Low
Corrosivity Low

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