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January 2005
Fire Chief;Jan2005, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p98
Trade Publication
Features several foam fire suppressants. Capacity of the Fire Choke from Simplex Mfg.; Specifications for Chemguard's First Class foam retardant; Capability of Tyco's Ansulite foam concentrate.


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