Today’s fires are burning hotter and faster than ever before.

Your team deserves modern solutions powerful enough to handle contemporary fire hazards.

As technology advances, markets across the globe must keep up. This means adopting more complex synthetic materials as well as green energy. These changes in production help push us toward a brighter future, but they come at a cost. Many existing agents used for industrial hazard mitigation utilize outdated technology. Some contain carcinogenic toxins that can contaminate our atmosphere, soil and water supply.

Encapsulator Technology is versatile enough to address today’s rising hazards while remaining fluorine free, biodegradable and noncorrosive. Mitigate Three-dimensional Fires containing mixed materials, Flowing Fuel Fires containing jet fuel and Lithium-ion Battery Hazards, including Energy Storage System (ESS) Hazards.



Diverse hazard protection for every market.

Fire Suppression

Fire Brigades / Multiple Industries

Encapsulator Agents posses many unique features that aide in their success when fighting industrial fires. Two features that stand out are Encapsulation and Rapid Heat Reduction. Fuel is separated from oxygen on a chemical molecular level, successfully promoting long-term stable burn back resistance. Encapsulator Agents penetrate fires down to their source where thermal energy is rapidly drawn inward. This effectively prevents a common occurrence found with other extinguishing methods: re-ignition.

Lithium-ion Batteries

Fire Brigades / Multiple Industries

Encapsulator Agents comforming to NFPA 18A Section 7.7 have been tested extensively by third-party testing organizations. This testing has been controlled, scientific and highly instrumented, documenting fire suppression, control and elimination of thermal runaway and encapsulation of both flammable electrolyte and other explosive off-gases, rendering them nonexplosive. This is crucial for successfully halting thermal runaway propagation and preventing re-ignition. Encapsulator Technology is proven to reduce the toxicity of HF gas to humans.

Spill Control

Fire Brigades / Multiple Industries

Encapsulator Agents render flammable liquids nonflammable, nonignitable and nonexplosive. This is documented under NFPA 18A Section 7.7, Spherical Micelle Stability Testing. This section stands to test the Encapsulation of flammable liquids, first after 60 seconds and again after 60 minutes. Encapsulator Agents form a solution of stable spherical micelles capable of encapsulating both polar and non-polar combustible and flammable liquids. They are the perfect choice for mitigating industrial sized spills lacking significant depth.

Tank Degassing


Encapsulator Agents don’t just excel at rapidly cooling fuel tanks. They’re a safe and economical solution for both tank degassing and tank cleaning. Hydrocarbon dense vapor, liquid and sludge is scrubbed from tanks in record time. LELs are lowered to zero in under an hour while preventing the risk of an explosion. There is no need for lengthy ventilation timetables . Tank degassing and cleaning is made easy with an agent capable of breaking down caked on residue. Drastically reduce downtime and get back to business.

Dust Control

Agriculture / Coal / Lumber

Housekeeping is an essential practice for many markets. Amassed dust surrounding processing equipment and suspended particles provide the perfect environment for a disastrous fire or explosion. A combination Encapsulator Agent / Foaming Agent is essential for efficient housekeeping. Plain water is often used to mitigate dust hazards, but it can prove to be dangerous when a hot spot is involved. Whether you’re mitigating fine grain, coal dust or sawdust hazards, a housekeeping agent with the ability to minimize runoff and prevent ignition is pivotal.



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