The Stat-X First Responder excels at containing and suppressing small early stage fires in an enclosed space before it becomes unmanageable and requires a fire department with water. The use of water increases the damages, downtime, and the cost of recovery.
The Stat-X First Responder is a small, light, handheld unit with a pull actuator designed to be tossed into an enclosed room with an active fire to provide immediate fire suppression. It is an exceptional tool for energy companies for use in manhole fires and underground vaults.
When used by firefighters, it buys time for hose set-up, stops flashover, and it can provide an emergency egress route through a wall of flames. Used by police or the first responder on the scene, it can slow a fire long enough to allow fire departments to arrive.
• Effective Agent Performance
Highly effective based on required density
Effective even when submerged under water
Ideal for harsh environments and remote locations
• Long Service Life
Service life of ten (10) years
• Virtually Maintenance Free
• Environmentally Friendly
EPA SNAP Listed for normally occupied and unoccupied spaces
zero Global Warming Potential (GWP)and zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP)
• Made in the USA
Listed for Class A (Surface), B, C fires and available in one size, the 500 g aerosol mass (see specifications for more details).
When would a Stat-X First Responder be used?
- Scenario A
Firefighter arrives at the scene of an early stage fire. After evacuating people and before additional resources arrive at the scene, toss a Stat-X First Responder into the rooms which are involved with the fire. This will buy time for further rescue and for firefighters to lay hose.
- Scenario B
Firefighters are concerned about potential flashover from a fire down a hall and water isn’t available yet. Toss a Stat-X First Responder ahead of the firefighters to eliminate many of the contributing factors of a flashover.
- Scenario C
A firefighter is trapped or can’t get to a victim due to an intense area of fire. Toss a Stat-X First Responder into the flame area for immediate fire suppression.