Chemguard Exhibits Fire Suppression Foams, Equipment, and Engineered Systems at NFPA World Safety Conference & Exposition
Published on 14 May 2008
Chemguard will exhibit fire suppression foams equipment, and custom engineered systems in Booth 1033 at the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) World Safety Conference & Exposition, at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, June 2-4, 2008.
IS0 9001:2000 certified, Chemguard provides foam concentrates, fire-fighting hardware, and engineered fire-fighting foam systems for industrial, military, municipal, offshore, petrochemical/energy, transportation/freight, and airport hangar applications worldwide.
“Chemguard produces the most extensive line of efficient, environmentally friendly, UL Listed and FM Approved fire-fighting foam concentrates in the world,” states Sales and Marketing Vice President John Vieweger.
“In addition, we engineer and manufacturer a broad line of high-quality, durable, and proven fire-fighting hardware, including fixed-system proportioning equipment, discharge devices, portable equipment, a mobile unit, and custom-engineered systems. We look forward to meeting with current customers and prospective customers at NFPA to discuss our new fire suppression products for new applications.”
Chemguard’s comprehensive operation includes chemical manufacturing, dry chemical blending and packaging, foam concentrate blending and packaging, hardware manufacturing, product testing and quality assurance, and bulk chemical storage. Founded in 1984, the company performs ongoing product development and technical support to meet customer requirements and market demands in a state-of-the-art research and development laboratory. Foam blending capability throughout the world enables Chemguard to provide prompt delivery, including On Call 24/7 emergency foam shipments. Customer support includes foam sample testing, live fire testing, and training.
The annual NFPA conference and exposition attracts professional in the fire and life safety, fire service, building design and management, electrical, loss control and risk management, and security fields from around the world. The 2008 conference and exposition includes more than 300 exhibits, 150 education sessions, and 24 pre-conference seminars. More than 5,000 attendees are expected.
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