ACAF Equipment > Fire Supression

Wheeled Units

*Available in 13, 30 & 60 gallon units

30 Gallon –produces  360 gallons of finished foam

60 Gallon –produces  720 gallons of finished foam

*Available in BOSS 

 

Skid Mounted Units

Available in 30, 60, 120, 240, & 500 gallon units

30 Gallon –produces  360 gallons of finished foam

60 Gallon –produces  720 gallons of finished foam

120 Gallon –produces  1,440 gallons of finished foam

240 Gallon –produces  3,000 gallons of finished foam

500 Gallon –produces  6,000 gallons of finished foam

ACAF Systems Inc./Automatic Compressed Air Foam/Fire Fighting Solutions

Compressed air foam on demand  • Tested and engineered to last • Proven technology • Ease of Operation • Compact Design • Wheeled or skid mounted design • Quick, easy in‐field recharge capability • 50‐100 feet of 1” rubber booster hose

Greatest Equipment Sales & Service a Factory Authorized Dealer Distributor carries a full line ACAF Systems Products.

Our Sales Team has the Knowledge and Expertise to help you determine the right ACAF Systems for all your Fire Fighting Solutions.

ACAF Products listed are Suitable for Firefighting and Rescue Operations in Firefighting Vehicles,  Airports, Public Buildings, Heliport Fire Protection (CAP 437 Compliance), Transportation Fuel Locations, Refinery & Petrochemical Sites, Upstream, Midstream, Downstream & Coal Mines.

BOSS 30

Vertical & Wheeled

The BOSS firefighting units are designed for ease operation.

In 3 easy steps CAF is being applied from a safe distance of 18 meters (60 feet).

Stationary skid or portable wheeled units provide powerful firefighting for both Class A and B fires.

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Boss 60 Skid

The BOSS firefighting units are designed for ease operation.

In 3 easy steps CAF is being applied from a safe distance of 18 meters (60 feet).

Stationary skid or portable wheeled units provide powerful firefighting for both Class A and B fires.

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BOSS 60 Wheeled

The BOSS firefighting units are designed for ease operation.

In 3 easy steps CAF is being applied from a safe distance of 18 meters (60 feet).

Stationary skid or portable wheeled units provide powerful firefighting for both Class A and B fires.

SPECS:

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Big BOSS Dual Agent

The BOSS firefighting units are designed for ease operation.

In 3 easy steps CAF is being applied from a safe distance of 18 meters (60 feet).

Stationary skid or portable wheeled units provide powerful firefighting for both Class A and B fires.

SPECS:

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CrossFire System

CrossFire – CAF – CAF Mist Single Agent Fire Suppression System for use in Heavy Mobile Equipment engine compartments applications

The ACAF CrossFire system has been developed as single agent dual action local fire suppression system for engine compartments of heavy off-road equipment used in the mining industry and others. 

A combine spray of CAF and CAF Mist is discharged from one agent vessel.  FM tested and approved this unique compressed air foam system will provide high quality finished foam for sustain fire extinguishment.  

Rapid extinguishment of spray fires is made possible by the delivery of a combined CAF and CAF Mist spray.  CrossFire is a good solution for many mobile or stationary engine compartment  fire risk. 

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Frack Site – Fire Risk 


Today’s oil and gas well fracking business has become of major importance to our countries ability to be and stay independent. The renewed reserves this process brings to market will help sustain oil and gas prices at levels not thought possible just a few years back. Fracking is not an option but a must for America and the oil and gas industry. 
 
Keeping these well site safe during the fracking process is first in our minds. From the first shovel into the ground until the grass is replanted, safety on site is everyone’s responsibility. It is understood that oil & gas operations always carry the risk of fire, fracking operations are no exception. High pressure hose lines, hot diesel engines, lots of fuel all sitting in a very compact space. A fire event in this operation can be catastrophic as has been witnessed. 

History of fires at frack sites tells us that fire when it does happen can and will travel quickly through the entire site. Most fires have resulted in destruction and total loss of all the equipment. This is mostly due to the close proximity of the equipment. Adding to the challenge is the fact that many of the well sites are in locations far from fire stations. The response time for local fire departments to give aid is long. Often when they do arrive, they are not equipped to deal with the scale of such an event. Their foam supplies are not large enough to deliver the foam application needed to fight such a fire. 

For all these reasons prior planning and training of operators is essential. Having the right firefighting equipment and the skilled personal on site that can deliver the correct response to fire can and will make the difference between a save and loss. With life safety and tens of millions worth of equipment on the line it is best practice to have a solid plan in place before disaster strikes.
 

Potential Frack Site Fire Risk 

  • Diesel pump engine fires
  • Truck engine fires 
  • Pool & spill fires from broken hose lines 
  • Spray fires resulting from split hose lines or flange gasket failure 
  • Blowback from the wellhead
  • Lighting strikes 

Solutions

The solution to reduce fire risk on frack sites is to have in place a fire response plan. This plan should include both firefighting and fire suppression system and equipment that are designed for the application. The following are suggested equipment and systems that will greatly reduce the risk of fire destroying a frack site. 

Engine Fire:

  • Automatic CAF/ MIST foam fire suppression systems

Pool & Spill Fires:

  • Automatic CAF foam fire suppression systems (under frack Pump Trailers) 
  • BOSS 60 Handheld CAF Firefighting Skids Dual Agent CAF/Dry Chem Skids
  • Dual Agent CAF/Dry Chem Skids  

Spray Fires Wellhead Fires:

  • Dual Agent CAF/Dry Chem Skids 
In addition to having systems and equipment in place there should also be a reserve stock of firefighting foam concentrates on site ready for local fire depts. 

Please contact Oil Patch Power, Master Distributor ACAF Systems for additional information & pricing.

Physical:
3700 South C.R. 1295
Odessa, TX 79765

Mailing:
4166 C.R. 1037
Greenville, TX 75401

Sales & Support:

903-455-2070

Field Operations:

432-214-1860