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How Can Auto Fire Guard Help Me?
Auto Fire Guard might be the thing you’re looking for. Cut off our guard is a multi-purpose fire suppression device, a little smaller than a volleyball and weighing about 3 lbs. AFG can be used in a number of ways including throwing or rolling the ball at fire, or you can mount it on the wall. The latter is ideal if you’re looking for a way to get a measure of the type of protection that a full fire sprinkler system provides, at a fraction of the cost. For most people the cost of a fire sprinkler system is out of their reach, but Auto Fire Guard is a respectable alternative in that when it comes into contact with fire or flame story, AFG disperses it’s flame retardant chemicals across an area of about 100 square feet. You can mount it on the wall you can hang it from the ceiling or you can put it in side a light fixture recess and let it do its job.
AFG can buy valuable time when fire breaks out. Many people don’t realize that homes today contain much more in the way of synthetic materials than they did three or four decades ago, and many of these compounds are derived from petroleum products. This means that fires burn not only more quickly but with more heat, which in turn means that the sooner any kind of fire suppression can be applied to the fire, the quicker you can contain the spread. Synthetic materials not only burn more quickly, they burn at a quicker and quicker rate, which is why early measures against incipient fires can have a compound effect.
AFG is only about 3 lbs. and one of them will cover a space of about 100 square feet, and used in tandem several of them can cover a large amount of space. The chemicals contained in Auto Fire Guard are not harmful to people or the environment and they are certified as safe by the standard regulatory Laboratories in most countries. When Auto Fire Guard self-activates, it’s not strong enough to cause damage, though the powder used can cause damage to electronic components. AFG can be used by untrained people, and it can be used an any number of places, including hotels, workshops, cruise ships, more or less anywhere there’s a danger of fire breaking out. AFG is not recommended for kitchen grease fires though.
The City and Community of Battle Creek, Michigan
Battle Creek is a city in the state of Michigan and it is it has a population of about 50,000. The largest employers in Battle Creek are Kellogg’s cereal maker with about 2,500 employees; Denso the automotive components manufacturer with about 2,000 employees ; Hart Dole Inouye Federal Center, a complex of federal buildings which employs about 1,500; and Bronson Battle Creek the nonprofit teaching hospital with about 1,400 employees. Local universities include Kellogg Community College, and a Western Michigan University branch. Battle Creek is home to the Music Center, and the Battle Creek Symphony Orchestra.
10 N. Division St. Battle Creek, MI, 49014