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Reaperdaddy 3 years ago
it must be filled with nano fire fighter, millions of them using tiny fire hose...
Malus 3 years ago
Only in japan :p
(seems liek a huge breaktrough)
vdkmile 3 years ago
Water in the hole!
Th3Lurker 3 years ago
Maybe it somehow uses up all the oxigen?
Kurisusan 3 years ago
Japanese firefighters nano robots!
Its about time!.
cranky 3 years ago
Cracking it produces a chemical reaction that lets a lot of CO2 escape.
slayer_x911 3 years ago
Maybe that liquid decomposes releasing massive amount of carbon dioxide that kills the fire?? any ideas??
zuty 3 years ago
i want to see how it work in open areas?
samxgx 3 years ago
i wonder what would happen if used in the wrong way / place.
for example a hysteric house wife who uses 6 of these bottles for a small fire ( candle maybe ). if it fills the room with CO2... one might suffocate
UsageNote: keep away from childeren, do not drink?
sitaauk 3 years ago
Subtitles maby? Would have been great help...
h8isgr8 3 years ago
I guess this is the company that makes them......
It uses ammonium phoshate and ammonium bicarbonate to produce ammonia gas and carbon dioxide.
Dubsteppah 3 years ago
I wonder if the liquid lets off a gas which somehow gets rid of the oxygen.. thats all i can think of haha
Maffis 3 years ago
The future firefighters will be equipped with grenade launchers instead of a hose.
CrackrJak 3 years ago
That is amazing, Although I don't think ammonia gas is very healthy to breathe.
ComentAtor 3 years ago
#9 & #11 at the and of this page there is an explanation to why this isn't dangerous http://www.bonex-asean.com/sat119.html (altough it creates a huge amount of CO2) "you are so great grandmum!" )
CarCrash 3 years ago
h8isgr8 3 years ago
#15 - Thanks your redundant post.
I never said anything about it being dangerous, and I already posted a link to that site and a link to a PDF that fully explains what the product is and how it works.
WAYOFF 3 years ago
probalby exteamly toxic
but great invention... imagine having a few of these in every house
Usdevildoggmc 3 years ago
hmm I don't know if an entire room was on fire would one of these canisters be enough to kill the entire fire in the room before it leaves a part of it to be able to spread out?
Personally if I was on fire I would want someone to extinguish the hell out of me... not drop a canister next to me like a grenade and have to wait a few seconds
coycoy46 3 years ago
wow liquid asbestos!!!
D-Pen 3 years ago
Here's another video demonstrating its power: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZvmgfmI1m0
Also from its website:
"The extinguishing liquid is of weak alkalinity. It is made of food additives and it uses the most ideal, safe surface-active agents which are authorized as national and officially approved items. The extinguishing agent could be thrown away as sewage and it is harmless to the environment. "
huldu 3 years ago
I do wonder how long before the Japanese "invent" nano-penises, to replace the original one with a much better one! I foresee much money to be made.
sux2bu 3 years ago
This fire extinguisher is not a "Japanese invention",it is made in Singapore and Malaysia and has now been accepted for use in Japan.
eNdEmiOn06463 3 years ago
Can't believe no one else has thought of that as of jet.
makbeth 3 years ago
#24 lol, i wasthinking the same, the diagram on the package looks like a dude throwing bomb.
This technology has existed for a long time, ie in CO2 fire extinguishers, but the anti molotov idea is novel.
One probllem with CO2, it can knock you out if you get to close, and you couldnt use this indoors.
ExGasper 3 years ago
it releses Co2 in to the air
oaksu 3 years ago
Has anyone thought of throwing one of these babies in a building with people in it... Carbon Dioxide and Human don't go well together!
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loadrunner 2 years ago
It is the stuff without the foaming detergent used in airplain fires on airports.
cyberdevil 2 years ago
Genius. So why can't I find this in a shop already?
3 years ago
400 x 225 px
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