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With All Due Respect, The So Cal Wild Fire Defense Plan Needs New Fire Chemistry All The Retardants Are Not Enough And Way To Reactive For Today’s Wild Fires.

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With All Due Respect, The So Cal Wild Fire Defense Plan Needs New Fire Chemistry All The Retardants Are Not Enough And Way To Reactive For Today’s Wild Fires.

October 11, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The Gels, Foams, Red Retardants, Water, Planes and thousand of young firefighters is not enough we have to many fires at one time. We need to count on a fire chemical when it sprayed so we can move on and know it will shut the fire down when it shows up on what was sprayed. This new clean fire chemistry is defending high density wood framed projects all around the USA. None of the chemistry being used by Cal Fire would protect a wood framed building sprayed way in advance like this new product does.

Call it climate change or call it whatever you WANT, we need new a wild fire elimination plan that adopts new chemistry now before we rack up more historical losses like we did in 2017/2018. There is a new CALI fire inhibitor chemistry that is safer then what is being used NOW and its has more testing then the Gels, Foams and Red Fire Retardant. It’s available right now to defend homes. This chemistry is sprayed out in front of the fire, clinging to dry ground fuels it will shut all fires down even if they are driven by 60 mph winds. Hundreds of Fire Fighters including Fire Marshalls, Fire Chiefs, Fire Captains have witnessed this product in Fire Training Centers all around the USA.

When will the current Administration step in since that Government is flipping the bill and families need to have their homes saved with better chemistry and a proactively engineered fire elimination plan. Add M-Fire as consultants now and we will help Cal Fire save more homes now.

The Saddle Ridge Fire that was reported at 9 p.m. October 10 on the north side of Los Angeles has burned at least 4,700 acres and 25 homes. The fire started near Sylmar northeast of the interchange of the 210 and 5 freeways, jumped those highways and kept running to the southwest north of the 118 near the densely populated Granada Hills area. All three of those freeways have at times been closed due to the fire.

At a 7:30 a.m. press conference fire officials said approximately 25 homes and one commercial structure have been destroyed. See video

About 23,000 homes are under mandatory evacuation orders affecting roughly 100,000 residents north of the 118 all the way west to the Ventura County line. The Los Angeles Fire Department web site has details about evacuations, however, at times the site has been non-responsive. At 7:30 a.m. some of the evacuation centers were nearing capacity.

Officials had to evacuate hundreds of teenagers incarcerated at the Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall facility in Sylmar, a facility that holds 278 teenagers, most of them 15 to 18 years old.

Throughout the night a weather station in Newhall Pass near the intersection of the 5 and 14 recorded winds out of the north at 25 mph gusting at 40 to 50 mph, with single digit relative humidity. The forecast calls for northeast winds to begin decreasing at 11 a.m., 25 gusting to 36, and by 5 p.m. 18 gusting to 26 — all out of the northeast, and the relative humidity will drop to 4 percent. These conditions will make it difficult for firefighters to contain the fire. During strong winds aircraft may not be able to fly safely at low levels and the retardant or water can get blown off target.

Please see Videos video One and video Two and video Three

Contact Steve Conboy to save homes now at steve@mightyfirebreaker.com

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