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Shops warned about engine fires sparked by ethanol use
By James E. Guyette

Repairers are being urged to prepare themselves for a heightened risk of engine fires stoked by motorists filling up with ethanol-laced gasoline when their vehicle is not properly outfitted to safely burn this type of fuel. More»

Cold Fire has just been named the official fire fighting agent for the newest motor
sports park in New Jersey

Cold Fire has successfully tested under NFPA 13 for sprinkler systems

Cold Fire was successfully retested under NFPA 18 at UL facility with a class A rating tested to 0.15% and a class B rating of 1.5%

The Trouble With Ethanol

Gas Additive Poses Special Risks


Ethanol is here to stay. Environmental types insist that it will help keep our water and air clean. Government leaders trumpet its glories as a renewable energy source and a hedge against rising fuel prices. Farmers love it for obvious reasons —subsidies. Now that the leadership in Congress is in new hands, it seems likely that efforts to increase production incentives for ethanol will hasten in the near term. Read Full Article >

Motor Max is a revolutionary cooling system additive that works to disperse heat across your engine more effectively, allowing fuel to be burned more efficiently. Cold Fire works to eliminate overheating, reduce water and oil temperatures, increase alternator and air conditioner output, enhance engine performance, and prolong engine life.

Cold Fire continues to save lives at racetracks. Cold Fire helped save the life of Andy Hillenburg on April 3rd, 2000 at Texas Motor Speedway when his Number 2 Luxaire J&J hit the berm and a brake rotor punctured the fuel cell, which started a fire.  Hear what Andy Hillenburg has to say about Cold Fire...

Cold Fire and its use within the Motorized racing industry has been growing rapidly. More and more tracks are using Cold Fire due to its extraordinary fire fighting capability, unique cooling effect, and because it is non-toxic and non-corrosive. Cold Fire provides enhanced safety to the driver.

Firefreeze Worldwide, Inc. is proud to supply famous tracks such as Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, and Watkins Glen with Cold Fire.

Firefreeze Worldwide, Inc. would like to thank all NHRA, NASCAR, IRL, DIRT, and IMSA tracks, which use Cold Fire for their continued support.

Cold Fire introduces its new Cold Fire Fire Suppression Systems 
These systems are unique as they have been designed and extensively tested to be user friendly. The Cold Fire Fire Suppression System is the first of its kind as it allows the owner of the system the ability to periodically test the system as well as refill and recharge the system when needed. This unique design virtually eliminates the question of whether or not the system will work when you need it to. These systems are available in manual or automatic and in 5 and 10 pound sizes. Applications for these systems include: race cars, street rods, motor homes and recreational vehicles, heavy equipment, marine vehicles and engine rooms, fuel storage areas, military and armored vehicles, trailers, and mining equipment just to name a few.
These systems offer rapid extinguishing capability, rapid cooling and are safe to the driver or operator due to their design and the use of Cold Fire. Cold Fire can be sprayed directly onto a driver or operator for enhanced safety and fire protection.

Cold Fire continues its testing and use within the oil refinery industry. Attached are photos taken from a recent test fire conducted at an oil and gas-loading depot. Cold Fire was used to extinguish 3,000 gallons of a diesel/gasoline mixture and one 55-gallon drum of Heptane. Pre-burn was 5 minutes. Cold Fire extinguished this fire with a 3% Cold Fire solution, a 1½ inch hose with 120 psi on the nozzle. Extinguishment and cool-down of depot was completed in just 1 minute 45 seconds! Actual Cold Fire concentrate used for extinguishment was less than 15 gallons.

Rapid Cooling Test Data
"New test data completed which supports Cold Fire's extraordinary cooling effect on various materials heated to 500F."  For complete results go to Rapid Cooling.
Firefreeze Worldwide, Inc. continues to conduct testing on Cold Fire's ability to successfully extinguish aircraft fires in the hopes of someday achieving FAA approval.

Unlike foam, Cold Fire® has the capability of fighting three dimensional fires. Its rapid cooling effect and ability to successfully extinguish Class B and Class D fires, makes Cold Fire a promising new and safe alternative for this industry. Cold Fire® has also been recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency SNAP Program as a replacement for Halon 1211.
Cold Fire's unique cooling effect is extremely effective and important to aircraft fires as it can be used to puncture and cool down the fuselage, providing rapid extinguishments and enhanced safety to victim trapped inside.

R&D Update
Firefreeze Worldwide Inc. hopes to complete UL testing of its 1.5 gallon and 2.5 gallon extinguishing units in the near future.  New automatic and manual fire suppression systems will soon be completed. These units will be refillable and rechargeable.

Class D Fires: Firefreeze Worldwide, Inc. completed its preliminary testing with ULC on Class D fires. Official testing with ULC to be conducted in the near future. Testing continues to be conducted within the metal manufacturing industry regarding Cold Fire's unique capability to extinguish Class D fires.

Cold Fire inventor, Jurgen Giessler, holds a mixture of burning magnesium and titanium chips in a towel soaked in Cold Fire.

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