AFFF

(redirected from Aqueous film forming foam)
AcronymDefinition
AFFFAqueous Film Forming Foam
AFFFAmsterdam Fantastic Film Festival
AFFFAgent Formant un Film Flottant (French: Film Forming Foam Agent)
AFFFAqueous Fire Fighting Foam
AFFFAsian Festival of First Films (est. 2005)
AFFFAsymmetric Flow Field-Flow Fractionation (chromatography technique)
AFFFAKR's Free Form Framework
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NOMENCLATURE AFFF = Aqueous film forming foam CFD = Computational fluid dynamics NFPA = National Fire Protection Association
Do not use water, carbon dioxide, PKP dry chemical, or aqueous film forming foam to fight lithium hydride (LiH) fires.
Supply of Charger Fire Dry Powder, Carbon Dioxide Gas Cartridge, 200 gm Qty-148, Charger Fire Extinguisher Mech Foam 9 Ltr Plain Type Aqueous film Forming Foam (AFFF) 550 ml Qty-168
Dioxide Gas Cartridge, 200 GM, Charge Fire Extinguisher Mech Foam 9 Ltr Plain Type Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) 550 ML, Charge, Fire Extinguisher, Dry Powder
The contract modification allows to procure full ship sets of interior outfittings; steel plates; hull and piping, ventilation and machinery insulation; heating, ventilation and air conditioning; emergency switchboards; piping; valves; steel shapes; ballast water treatment system; Aqueous Film Forming Foam system; and knuckle-boom crane.
Tenders are invited for Aqueous Film Forming Foam Compound
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Aqueous Film Forming Foam Percent Concentrate 2000 Ltr
Peterson used aqueous film forming foam, or AFFF, in joint fire training on Peterson, where fire departments from across the region used the training sites to adequately prepare for emergency response actions to provide public safety.
Description Of Supplies, Services, Construction The Contractor Shall Provide Approved Qualified Products List (Qpl) Mil-spec Mil-f-24385,6% Aqueous Film Forming Foam (Afff) Liquid Concentrate At Ronald Reagan Washington National (Dca) And Washington Dulles International (Iad) Airports In Accordance With The Specifications.