NFPA 1150: Standard on Foam Chemicals for Fires in Class A Fuels

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What is NFPA 1150?
NFPA 1150: Document Scope
This standard specifies requirements for foam and the chemicals used to produce foam that is used to control, suppress, or prevent fires in Class A fuels.

This standard defines the acceptance requirements and test methods for fire-fighting foam chemicals that are used to control, suppress, or prevent fires in Class A fuels.

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What does NFPA 1150 address?

Characteristics and acceptance requirements are provided for foam, foam concentrate, and foam solution, along with information on labeling and documentation. Test methods address exposure protection effectiveness; health, safety, and environmental considerations; physical properties; corrosion and materials compatibility; packaging; and documentation.

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