UTILITY RINSE SYSTEM
DUAL USE WETTING SYSTEM FOR:
WET MITIGATION AND
Using a wet soap-based approach to Preliminary Exposure Reduction has shown up to
reduction in fire debris and particulates.
For Preliminary Exposure Reduction per NFPA 1851, the SUDZ-IT Utility Rinse System can easily be utilized by attaching the quick connect hose and SUDZ-IT Decon Brush. The SUDZ-IT Brush produces high quality SUDZ to help remove debris and particulates before doffing. Unlike dish soap, SUDZ-IT is formulated with a neutral pH to meet all requirements of NFPA 1851.
The SUDZ-IT Utility Rinse System utilizes either a SUDZ-IT DONUT or SUDZ-IT BLOCK which produces water with reduced surface tension which can penetrate up to 7 times more than water alone. Deeper penetration ensures any hot surfaces are cooled and any areas that are still smoldering are extinguished readily.
SUDZ-IT Utility Rinse Systems can be used for:
Wet mitigation ▪ Initial attack ▪ Mop up/overhaul ▪ Wildland ▪ High rise operations ▪ High pressure pump operations
SUDZ-IT EV Utility Nozzle
The patent-pending SUDZ-IT EV Nozzle is the first of its kind, designed to be slid under burning objects, to help cool them down and extinguish stubborn fires.
The SUDZ-IT Utility Nozzle allows for water to be sprayed in even the tightest spaces. This low-profile nozzle is perfect for electric vehicles to spray an even coverage of water under the vehicle, give you less than 8 inches of clearance. It allows you to distribute the water evenly and exactly, where it is most effective to cool the vulnerable and inaccessible part of the vehicle, the battery pack.
Using the SUDZ-IT EV Utility Nozzle makes every precious drop of water count, and do its job – Cool and Extinguish.
"The spray pattern has been engineered to cover a space of 8 ft by 16 ft at 8 inches high, but allows a spray pattern covering 128 Square feet."
The SUDZ-IT Utility Nozzle incorporates a set of skids, attached to the nozzle, to make placement easier and comes standard with 2 x 3-foot extension pipes fitted with a curtain nozzle, to help protect the fire fighters setting it in place. Once in place, the nozzles allows Fire fighters to operate at a safe distance.