When FlameOut Fire Retardant is applied to any unsealed cellulose - based (wood, paper, dry brush, etc.) or organic (wool, cotton, etc.) material it makes it unable to support flame. The FlameOut solution penetrates the material, where it remains until heat or flame is applied. FlameOut then reacts to the fire by combining with the combustible gases and tars, and converting them to harmless non - combustible gases. This process removes one of the basic elements of combustion... FUEL!
FlameOut treated materials DO NOT SUPPORT FLAME or transmit fire. This means that wooden under structures and unfinished paneling can have more protection. Dry brush around high risk fire areas can be treated to help create fire breaks IN ADVANCE. A thousand and one applications using wood, paper and organic products can now be made safer and more secure against fire loss with FlameOut. And, because environmentally safe FlameOut is biodegradable and non - toxic, it is safe for workers and occupants.
The attached pages contain an overview of the products and some of their applications, along with a list of available support materials. We believe that there is no finer flame retardant available.
FlameOut is a clear, non - toxic, water based, organic silicate. It may be applied to any unsealed cellulose - based surface such as wood, paper, dry brush, etc., or to any organic material i.e., cotton, wool, felt, leather, etc.
FlameOut penetrates the pores of these surfaces where it remains indefinitely until heat or flame is applied. It is inert and has an infinite life when applied to surfaces which are not exposed to the weather.
FlameOut, when exposed to flame, reacts by combining with the combustible gases and tars, and converting them to harmless non - combustible gases. This has the affect of removing a vital ingredient of fire... FUEL!
FlameOut treated materials DO NOT SUPPORT FLAME or transmit fire. This means that dry brush around high risk areas can be treated to help create fire breaks IN ADVANCE. And, because environmentally safe FlameOut is biodegradable and non - toxic, it is safer for workers and occupants.
FlameOut is non - toxic and non - irritating to the skin. Already completed toxicity studies have been separately accomplished for acute oral, dermal and inhalation toxicities, as well as for primary skin and eye irritation. These tests were conducted in accordance with EPA FIFRA protocols as specified by the USDA, and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) regulations, in conjunction with the University of California.
FlameOut is completely biodegradable, and will not permanently harm vegetation. It is chemically formulated to promote continued growth.
FlameOut is naturally colorless, however it may be treated with vegetable dyes to reflect that particular surfaces have or have not been treated. Treated brush areas are an example where pigmented FlameOut can be used.
FLAMEOUT FIRE RETARDANT
With the numerous structure and brush fires that annually plague America's dry areas, tough and effective measures must be taken to protect homes, forests and citizens from the ravages of fire. Fire resistive and fire retardant compounds are not new, however, some of the qualities of FlameOut are so unique that they make FlameOut a major addition to the fight for fire safety.
Reduced Flame Spread
The measure of the effectiveness of a flame retardant material is called flame spread. This measures, in feet per minute, the speed at which fire spreads along a given surface. In the flame spread scale [which is scaled from 0 (best) to infinity], a measure of 76 is frequently acceptable. Organic materials properly treated with FlameOut can achieve significantly lower flame spread ratings. This means that FlameOut effectively inhibits flame spreading by preventing the materials from supporting flame.
Non - Toxicity
FlameOut is non - toxic and non - irritating to the skin, and completely biodegradable. Complete toxicities studies covering separately acute oral, dermal and inhalation toxicities, as well as primary skin and eye irritation document FlameOut's safety. These tests were conducted in accordance with EPA FIFRA protocols as specified by the USDA and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations, in conjunction with the University of California.
Non - Defoliating
FlameOut will not permanently harm vegetation. It is chemically formulated to promote continued growth.
Colorless / Odorless
FlameOut is both colorless and odorless on application. It can be colored if it is desired.
In tests, FlameOut treated materials have resisted temperatures over 2000 degrees Fahrenheit.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
FlameOut is a clear, non - toxic, water based organic silicate. It may be used on any unsealed interior or exterior cellulose substance (wood or paper), or organic fabric (specifically cotton or wool.) It has high durability; no odor upon application and is fast drying.
FlameOut is intended for unsealed new or old substrate's. Also intended as an additive to water based paints. Recommended for properly prepared cellulose surfaces.
Surface must be clean, dry and free of dirt, wax, grease, loose or peeling paint and other foreign materials. Coated surfaces must be sanded to allow chemical penetration.
For maximum life, exterior surfaces should be weather sealed after application. Coverage may be done by spraying, fogging, immersion, or pressure treatment.
Prepare surfaces as listed above under "new work". On substrate's where maximum penetration is required, a second treatment is beneficial prior to the addition of any sealer or coating.
Temperature should be above 50 degrees Fahrenheit. For best results, avoid application in the presence of frost, fog, or severe dampness.
Independent laboratory results show that when FlameOut is applied at a rate of 150 square feet per gallon on ACX plywood, an NFPA Class B or UBC Class II flame spread classification is achieved.
Stir or shake FlameOut well before using. Apply by sprayer, fogger, immersion or pressure treatment.
FlameOut covers 150 - 200 square feet per gallon, depending on surface porosity.
FlameOut dries dust free in two hours. Drying time is variable depending on the temperature and humidity.
Clean up FlameOut application equipment with soap and water.
For most natural materials such as wood, cotton and vegetation, FlameOut penetrates deep into these porous materials where it is inactive until activated by fire. The porosity of these natural products depicts the type of application methods required. Pressure treating, dipping, low volume high pressure spraying, high volume low pressure spraying, hand pump sprayer and rolling or brushing are the recommended types of application. Pressure treating is an expensive and time consuming process used at a manufacturing level and is an alternative treatment process for shake shingle and plywood products.
The existing above mentioned methods of application are used for "Post manufactured products". The dipping process is ideal for products that are small enough to handle such as wood chips, pre - installed shake shingles, bails of hay, cloth material and paper products. Materials that are already constructed or in - place spraying methods have to be used as well as rolling and brushing. The types of spraying are once again dependent on the porosity of the materials.
High pressure, low volume is used for shake shingle roofs, construction pre - framing and any large scale applications such as wood, fabric, hay bails, and some vegetation areas like low fully covered vegetation. Rolling and brushing FlameOut is used on areas where over spray from spray equipment would damage plants or trees and spot windows. Also rolling and spraying may be used to coat areas that otherwise would be inappropriate. For example, indoor untreated wood products or around windows when treating wood shingles.
Common sense should be used and a few precautions should be taken when applying FlameOut. FlameOut will wash off areas that are not porous or have been previously treated because it penetrates where as the sealer family of FlameOut products surrounds the material being treated and will adhere and penetrate wood products. In synthetics, it will only surround fibers.
Porous material like wood shingles, siding and fencing can be sprayed effectively with high pressure, low volume. It is not recommended to use high volume, low pressure
equipment because of excessive amounts of chemical usage and unnecessary clean up or damage to unwanted coverage areas. If you have any special application problems or techniques not covered in this manual, they can be addressed by contacting FlameOut Chemical Company.
Safety and Value
Fire has always been the major concern of the homeowner. One fire can totally wipe out the possessions which an individual worked so hard to accumulate. Also, even more devastating is the loss of innocent lives that can occur. The fear of fire and its ensuing devastation has pressured technological research to develop more efficient means to combat the danger caused by fire.
An area of concern that has become prevalent as the number of residences destroyed and lives lost by fire has increased, has been the reduction in the value of homes in fire hazard areas. Because of the danger caused by combustible items such as the house itself, roofs, fire fuel within the house, dry brush, etc., the sale of such homes has been impaired. This can cost the homeowner thousands of dollars in direct sales loss as well as precious time in the marketing of their home.
A major area of concern that is probably the most precious to all is the loss of a loved one or one's home. FlameOut can provide the homeowner with the ultimate system addressing the problem of fire protection. FlameOut is a water based fire retardant product that can be used to treat natural substances. Most deaths and home losses are the result of a lack of time. With most fires reaching the critical stage within four minutes and the average fire department response time being six to eight minutes, the results have been very costly to homeowners.
The outstanding feature of FlameOut is the capability of topical application. Because of this feature, the cost to treat the home and all other combustible materials is relatively inexpensive when compared to other systems. Not only can a homes roof, paneling, stairway, sofas, chairs, carpets, etc., be treated with FlameOut, but FlameOut can be economically applied to dry brush and shrubbery to create a natural fire break for the home. A major advantage of this type of fire treatment is that it is passive in nature. Unlike other systems that are triggered AFTER a fire starts, (sprinkler systems, fire extinguishers, etc.,) FlameOut is working for the homeowner BEFORE the fire starts. Because of its chemical action, FlameOut also significantly slows down flame spread and reduces smoke. Because of this, it can buy the homeowner additional time to react and vacate the residence. This additional time can be paramount in a life and death situation. FlameOut also addresses the problem of reduced home value. Homes treated with FlameOut have the benefit of the protection provided by the most flame retardant product available. This can be extremely important if the home has shake / shingle roofs or is located in a high risk fire area. Less risk offers higher value which can result in additional profits directly to the homeowner. FlameOut offers the homeowner the most effective method of fire retardancy at the most economical cost available today. The FlameOut system works 24 hours a day, every day of the year to protect your homes and families.
BRUSH TREATMENT & COVERAGE
Care should be taken when applying FlameOut to vegetation. If FlameOut is applied in too heavy an application, a temporary browning may occur. This is similar to when too much fertilizer is used on grass and it is temporarily "burned." This is not permanent, and reverts to normal in a few weeks.
If marking for identification purposes is desired, FlameOut can be colored as required.
For maximum coverage and penetration, a high pressure sprayer is recommended. This has the added advantage of maximized FlameOut use with minimum waste.
150 - 400 square feet per gallon, depending on brush density.
NEW CONSTRUCTION BUILDER & DEVELOPER
Safety and Security
Fires have always been one of the most devastating hazards facing the building industry. Fires have not only resulted in the loss of millions of dollars in commercial and residential structures, but the loss of innumerable lives and the shattering of dreams. The magnitude of these losses are illustrated by some recently published data. In 1982 alone, 5.73 billion dollars in the form of residential and commercial structures were lost as a result of fires. During this period, there were 946,000 structural fires reported. It is important to note that 20% of the fires were the result of arson or suspicious origin. These fires of suspicious origin alone accounted for 2.12 billion dollars or an alarming 37% of the dollars lost. With statistics like this, the existing systems have thus far proven to be less than ideal.
Over the years, as technology has increased, so has the ability to build more sophisticated structures. This evolution has resulted in a search for more effective means of reducing the ravages if fires.
In searching for a solution, most paths led to active means of reducing fire losses. Such systems as sprinklers, extinguishers, etc., were triggered only after fires were started and the structures completed. However, with most fires reaching the critical stage within four minutes and the average response time being six to eight minutes, the results have been very costly to the housing and building industry.
One area that has never been addressed is NEW WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION. Treating the problem at this stage is the thrust of FlameOut. After extensive testing, it has been determined that making the structure FLAME RETARDANT is the most effective method of combating the ravages of fire.
Numerous problems are faced by the construction industry every day as a result of fire hazards associated with new wood frame construction. Fires as a result of arson, electrical malfunction, and other means are taking a devastating toll in the building industry. Other factors affecting the risk to new wood frame construction, such as stray welders sparks, plumbers molten metal, sweating torch fires, cigarettes, fire works and children playing in the area have further magnified the problems. Combating the risk factor by using security guards has proven very costly to builders. Unfortunately, if a fire does occur, the tear down and clean up time can add significantly to the overhead of the project.
Legislators are constantly looking at ways to reduce fire risk. These legislators are constantly applying pressure to the building industry to provide adequate means of reducing the risk of fire. Insurance premiums have risen dramatically and in some cases it is not even available during construction. As a result, development costs have gone up. This increased cost has resulted in the American dream of owning a home an unlikely one for a large portion of our society.
Now a new technological breakthrough, FlameOut, can solve most of the problems associated with fire risk for builders. FlameOut accomplishes this by treating the substrate's during construction. FlameOut also reduces overnight risk of fire to new wood frame construction significantly. The risk associated with fire is reduced substantially from the slab stage to wrap up.
APPLICATION NEW WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION
FlameOut is a clear, non - toxic, water based, organic silicate. It may be applied to any unsealed cellulose based surface such as wood, paper, dry brush, etc., or to any organic material i.e. cotton, wool, felt, leather, etc.
Features and Benefits
A. Topical Application
B. Passive Preventative Method
C. Fire Retardant
D. Low Flame Spread
E. Water Based
Safety and Responsiveness
Fire has always been one of the most devastating hazards facing us in our environment. From crowded cities to rural areas, millions of dollars go up in smoke in the form of lost dwellings, commercial structures and natural resources. Countless lives are lost daily to fires caused by deliberate or accidental means. One can get an idea of the destructive nature of fire by taking note of some published data. In 1982 alone, 5.73 billion dollars were lost as a result of fires. During this same period, there were 946,000 structural fires reported. In 1981, 4.82 million acres of federal, state and private land were destroyed by fire. The total number of wildfires reported was 249,000 and in excess of 500 million dollars was spent in responding to these fires. But more alarming than this is the fact that 6700 lives were lost and 30,525 people were injured. Additionally, the efforts to try and combat fires often results in the death of firefighters.
FlameOut is a product that can make the task of the firefighter safer. FlameOut attacks the problem of fire before ignition. Unlike active means of combating fires such as sprinklers, extinguishers, etc., which are not triggered until ignition, FlameOut is effective before ignition takes place. FlameOut works to reduce the capacity for ignition and if ignition occurs, minimizes flame spread, smoke and the release of toxic products to sustain combustion. FlameOut accomplishes this by significantly reducing the amount of fuel available to sustain combustion.
Fires and the product of combustion of cellulose materials, present a complexity of problems to fire fighting forces. Most deaths due to fire occur in buildings as a result of structural deterioration, smoke, toxicity and flammability of certain gases. Also, the incompleteness of combustion often results in the release of carbon and tar particles which obscure visibility and irritate the eyes and respiratory passages of firefighters.
It is very important that fires are contained as quickly as possible. The progress of a fire is usually slow and undulating until approximately one minute before flashover occurs, (critical point of fire progress.) If firefighters arrive before flashover, they will find a low intensity, slow spreading fire, which requires little water. However, the progress is remarkable once flashover occurs. If they arrive moments after flashover, They are confronted with a high intensity, fast spreading fire. Also, because fire may travel upward by convection and ignite other portions, a building may be honeycombed with fires in concealed spaces and walls. This impact on the building further weakens the structural integrity of the building which can result in collapse and potentially a life threatening situation for firefighters. As previously pointed out, most deaths occur within the building. Therefore, after flashover, the chances of safe evacuation and capability of entering the building are greatly diminished.
Most fires reach the critical stage within four minutes. With the average response time being six to eight minutes, the results thus far have been very costly and far from ideal. FlameOut is the ideal system to complement the existing systems available for fire protection. FlameOut can buy you time by removing the source of flame spread, the amount of fire fuel and can provide the firefighters with the added edge to combat difficult fire situations.
On major problem facing the insurance industry is loss incurred as a result of fire in both commercial and residential complexes. The problem presents itself at all phases of the building and housing industry, from pre construction to completed units.
Fire as a result of arson, electrical problems, lightning, smoking in bed, etc., has impacted insurance premiums and risk management heavily. This impact can be seen by analyzing some recently published statistics. For a period of five years, there were over 14.08 million fires reported that directly resulted in property loss. Of this total, 4.34 million or 34% involved structural fires. The total dollar loss as represented by structures, was 26.15 billion or a staggering 88%. More disheartening is the fact that during this time frame, in excess of 33,000 deaths resulted and 152,000 injuries to civilians. It is important to note that these statistics include only reported incidences. The magnitude of these figures is startling. The problem has become so overwhelming that many small and large insurance companies have withdrawn or significantly curtailed their underwriting activities as it pertains to new construction wood framing (framing, sheathing, roofs, floors, siding, etc.)
Testing companies such as Factory Mutual and Underwriters Laboratory have not adequately addressed minimizing fire risk during new construction. The test protocols as developed were too stringent and requirements excessively costly. Their only solution to date has been the requirement for the wood to be pressure treated. This solution has thus far failed to attract attention because it could increase the price of a dwelling three to four times. An increase of this magnitude would put the average home out of the reach of most citizens. Pressure treatment has not worked. Because of this, many insurance companies have gone from risk management to risk avoidance in reference to new wood frame construction. In doing this, insurance companies also avoid revenue opportunities.
Presently, because of this crisis, legislators have involved themselves to try and alleviate this situation. Consumer and special interest groups have now joined forces to pressure the insurance industry to reduce premiums and modify their methods of underwriting and risk analysis.
FlameOut offers an alternative to this dilemma by significantly reducing the fire risk for the insurance industry. FlameOut accomplishes this task by providing a substantial reduction in the fuel necessary to create a fire. The importance of this technological breakthrough is FlameOut's significant cost reduction in treating these products. FlameOut can be topically applied and reduces the risk of fire hazard immensely for new construction wood framing. Being able to reduce fire hazards can enable insurance companies to modify their rating and risk analysis to a more favorable basis. With improved risk management, premiums can be lowered and the loss factor to the insurance companies greatly reduced.
There exists a tremendous amount of fire insurance business to be obtained in the commercial and residential sector. However, a large volume of business is not being obtained because of the risk factor that is associated with new construction wood framing. By the insurance industry implementing a program using FlameOut, companies that have withdrawn from this area could become active underwriters again and many companies that are currently writing this business could substantially increase their volume and take a lesser risk.
FlameOut is the most practical and effective solution to an area of the insurance industry that has plagued underwriters for years. FlameOut could provide a means to increase the profitability of the insurance industry and concurrently serve the public interest for equitable insurance rates and safety of property and lives.
Salability and Value
The real estate industry is always looking at ways to improve service to the public. By being the major conduit through which residential and commercial properties pass from buyers and sellers, the real estate industry provides a very valuable service to the public. While accomplishing this task, Realtors are constantly in tune to ways of adding value to new and existing property. FlameOut can offer Realtors the most effective yet economical means of accomplishing this. FlameOut can enable Realtors to offer their clients dwellings that are the most flame retardant in the industry. These structures would provide the buyer with increased safety from fire hazards and added value to property on resale.
FlameOut is a water based flame retardant that can be used to treat wood, dry brush, cotton, leather, felt, etc., and synthetics. Because of this characteristic, it does not detract from the natural beauty of the products treated (shake shingles, fences, etc.)
Structures treated with FlameOut from the construction phase to completion would provide the ultimate in protection from fire hazard. This protection would afford the homeowner a feeling of safety and security far beyond what can presently be obtained using other means.
Another major benefit of FlameOut is the low flame spread rate. Because of this, areas where homes are treated with FlameOut present less risk of fire being spread to other homes. This can add value to the whole area or subdivision where homes are located.
An added benefit of FlameOut is the considerable reduction in smoke and toxic gases. Many times the structure is saved but the majority of the damage is as a result of smoke. By reducing the amount of smoke, more of the structure, valuable furniture and other possessions could be salvaged. This is a very important feature to homeowners concerned about valuable items within the home. Also, most deaths occur because of dense smoke and toxic fumes. By reducing these dangerous elements, FlameOut buys
time. This additional time can save lives. This value alone is enough incentive to enable a buyer to comprehend why a building treated with FlameOut offers added value.
FlameOut is the ultimate value added system to upgrade the status of any residential or commercial structure. FlameOut can enhance the ability of Realtors to reach their objectives by offering them an additional selling point that addresses the major points: Safety, salability and Value.
SHAKE SHINGLE ROOFS
Fires have always been one of the most devastating hazards facing the building industry. Fires have not only resulted in the loss of millions of dollars in commercial and residential structures, but the loss of many lives.
One of the major areas of concern has been with shake shingle roofs. Shake shingles possess the potential to ignite and burn very rapidly. This has proven to be a major contributing factor to the spread of fires in areas where shake shingle roofs were prevalent. So acute is this danger that some states (notably California) are in the process of banning wood cedar shake shingles in all new construction. Even so, such a ban does nothing to protect the existing property owners who are already at the highest level of risk.
In searching for a solution, most paths led to active means of reducing fire losses. Systems such as sprinklers, extinguishers, etc., were triggered only after fires were started. However, with most fires reaching the critical stage within four minutes, the results have been very costly to the housing and building industry. FlameOut addresses the problem of treating shake shingle roofs rendering them fire retardant before the fire starts.
Numerous problems are faced by the construction industry every day as a result of fire hazards caused by the usage of shake shingles for roofs. Legislators are constantly aware and looking at ways to reduce fire risk. These legislators are constantly applying pressure to the building industry to provide adequate means of reducing the risk of fires. Insurance premiums have risen dramatically and in some cases, insurance is not even available.
Now FlameOut, a new technological breakthrough can provide a solution to many of the problems of fire risk associated with shake shingle roofs.
APPLICATION - SHAKE SHINGLE ROOFS
FlameOut is a clear, non - toxic, water based, organic silicate. It may be applied to any unsealed cellulose based surface such as wood, paper, brush, etc., or to any organic material i.e. cotton, wool, felt, leather, etc.
Features and Benefits
A. Topical Application
B. Passive Preventative Method
C. Fire Retardant
D. Low Flame Spread
E. Water Based
FLAMEOUT TEST DATA
(current available information)
The following FlameOut test data and results may be obtained from PURE ONE ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS upon written request, by qualified, interested parties.
|No.||Test Company||Test Name|
|019||U. S. TESTING CO.||ASTM E - 84 FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE DENSITY TEST - FOGGER APPLIED.|
|022||U. S. TESTING CO.||E - 84 FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE DENSITY TEST - SPRAYER APPLIED.|
|219P||U. S. TESTING CO.||ASTM E - 84 FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE DENSITY TEST - STANDBY WITH FLAMEOUT PAINT - SPRAYER APPLIED.|
|220P||U. S. TESTING CO. E||84 FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE DENSITY TEST - STANDBY WITH FLAMEOUT PAINT - ROLLER APPLIED.|
|221F||U. S. TESTING CO.||ASTM F - 963 STANDARD CONSUMER SAFETY SPECIFICATION ON TOY SAFETY.|
|351||WEYERHAUSER ASTM E||84 FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE FIRE LABS DENSITY TEST - FLAMEOUT PRESSURE TREATED.|
|352||WEYERHAUSER ASTM E||84 FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE FIRE LABS DENSITY TEST - FLAMEOUT SPRAY TREATED.|
|353||WEYERHAUSER ASTM E||84 FLAME SPREAD AND SMOKE FIRE LABS DENSITY TEST - ONE STEP PRESSURE TREATED.|
|101||NORTHVIEW PACIFIC||ACUTE ORAL TOXICITY|
|107||NORTHVIEW PACIFIC||ACUTE DERMAL TOXICITY|
|112||NORTHVIEW PACIFIC||ACUTE INHALATION TOXICITY|
|123||NORTHVIEW PACIFIC||PRIMARY SKIN IRRITATION|
|133||NORTHVIEW PACIFIC||PRIMARY EYE IRRITATION|
|143||BIO TECHNIC LAB||CARCINOGENIC \ MUTAGENIC|
|225||ASTM E84||81A (STEINER TUNNEL TEST) SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS OF BUILDING MATERIALS.|
|235||FAR 25.853||(B - 3) HORIZONTAL FLAMMABILITY TEST FOR AIRCRAFT FABRICS.|
|245||FAR 25.853||(B) VERTICAL FLAMMABILITY TEST FOR AIRCRAFT PASSENGER COMPARTMENT FABRICS.|
|255||FAR 25.853||APPENDIX "F" PART II - FLAMMABILITY OF SEAT CUSHIONS (OIL BURNER TEST).|
|409V||FAA||VIDEO TAPE FAA SEAT FIRE BLOCKING TEST - FAA LIBRARY FACILITY - ATLANTIC CITY NJ. 10/07/86.|
|408V||LA County Fire- CDF||VIDEO TAPE PHOENIX TECHNOLOGY CONTROLLED LIBRARY BURN - CORONA, CA. OCTOBER, 1986.|
|411V||San Diego County Fire Dept.||VIDEO TAPE SAN DIEGO, CA. TEST BURN MARCH, LIBRARY 1988.|
|412V||Clark County Fire Dept.||VIDEO TAPE VANCOUVER, WA. TEST BURN APRIL, LIBRARY 1988.|
|413V||Cleveland Fire Dept.||VIDEO TAPE CLEVELAND, OH. TEST BURN APRIL, LIBRARY 1988.|
|414V||California Dept. of Forestry||VIDEO TAPE CORONA \ BEDFORD CONTROL BURN LIBRARY VEGETATION - APRIL, 1988.|
|415V||LA County Fire||PHOTO LIBRARY POMONA, CA. CONTROL BURN VEGETATION - MAY, 1988.|
|416V||Glendale Library Fire Dept.||VIDEO TAPE GLENDALE TEST BURN - JUNE, 1988.|
|417V||Camp Pendleton Base Fire Dept.||VIDEO TAPE CAMP PENDLETON, CA. CONTROL BURN LIBRARY VEGETATION JULY, 1988|
|418V||Orange County Fire Dept.||VIDEO TAPE ORANGE COUNTY FIRE TRAINING CTR. LIBRARY ANAHEIM, CA. FLASHOVER DEMONSTRATION FEBRUARY, 1989.|
|419V||Davit Horowitz Fight Back Challenge||VIDEO TAPE FIGHT BACK WITH DAVID HOROWITZ LIBRARY BURN DEMONSTRATION MAY, 1989.|
|420V||Davit Horowitz Fight Back Challenge||VIDEO TAPE FIGHT BACK WITH DAVID HOROWITZ LIBRARY THE BURNING BED NOVEMBER, 1987.|
|423V||Seoul Korea Police Department||VIDEO TAPE SEOUL, KOREA. POLICE UNIFORM BURN TEST APRIL, 1989.|
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