Manually Operated FirePro Generators for Professional Use
The FirePro HERO (Manual Unit) is a first response firefighting to designed for manual deployment into a fire by trained personnel Its purpose is to reduce temperature, suppress fire, ultimately buying time for firefighters to commence their task by conventional means.
FirePro is a certified green product with no harmful gasses. FirePro works by changing the chemical composition of a fire.
In first response situations it will reduce temperature and buy time.
Effective in fighting fires in classes A B or C (as per EN2 classification).
Interested parties in Sweden now include private security and manned guarding Companies backed by Swedish Insurance agencies for use as first response on discovering a fire – to buy time prior to arrival of the Fire & Rescue Service.
The FirePro HERO grenade – FP1000M is designed for first response fire fighting - effective for use in spaces up to 15 cubic metres.
As with most fires there will always be a variety of materials that may have combusted and dependent on the stage of the fire – the HERO grenade will reduce temperature and buy time – without producing any harmful effects to fire fighters occupants or the environment.
Swedish Fire and Rescue Service
Results & Implementation 4 deployments in 6 months in 4 regions under trial. Successful outcomes on all occasions resulting in one life and three properties being saved. Interested parties in Sweden now include private Security Companies backed by Swedish Insurance agencies to use FirePro as first response on discovering fire – in order to gain time for the arrival of the Fire & Rescue Services.
Risks Involved & Consequences As with most fires there will always be a variety of materials that may combust and depending on the stage of the fire - the FirePro HERO Manual Units will reduce temperature and buy time – without producing any harmful effects to fire fighters, occupants or to the environment. Furthermore, fire damage and the consequential undue and prolonged interruption to the functioning of equipment used in critical procedures is avoided.