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AVD fire extinguisher

AVD stands for Aqueous Vermiculite Dispersion and is an extinguishing agent made from naturally occurring material.

AVD is an aqueous dispersion of vermiculite. Vermiculite is the name of a group of hydrated laminar minerals: aluminum-iron-magnesium silicates. The mineral vermiculite consists of thin, flat crystals that contain microscopic layers of water.

» Vermiculite is a naturally occurring mineral that is chemically and physically inert.

» Completely non-toxic for living organisms, plants and animals.

» Completely non-toxic for organisms in the soil.

AVD puts out fires in:

» Lithium-ion batteries (battery fires)

» Flammable solid/solid metal (eg magnesium, aluminium).

» Fibrous material such as textiles, furniture, wood etc. (class A)

Areas of use

AVD is particularly suitable for high-risk environments and has also shown very good properties in fire containment.

Today, AVD is distributed in various forms to a broad professional market. Among our customers and users are e.g. recycling centres, emergency services, car dealers, hobby associations, hospitals, county councils and municipalities.





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