Mighty Fire Breaker Proactive Applied Fire Science Can Remove The Threat In 2020
We no longer have to lose entire communities like this to wild fires the trees have better fire protection in the bark than humans do in our homes and wild fire defense until we are ready to embrace new MFB Best Practice with a fire inhibitor ahead of the fire. Winning over fire starts when we spray proactive wild fire breaks ahead of the fire. The cost to fight wild fires this way could reduce the cost to our government significantly. The cost to send thousand of young fire fighters with hand held tools to lose against a wind driven wild fire to have to call in super tankers to drop fire retardants needs no more proof it does not work today. We need to add a proactive solution now.
MFB proactive wild fire defense sprayed fire breaks will help our Police and Fire Fighter's during evacuation efforts if tanker trucks are dragging long hoses off big tanker trucks in behind homes to spray a clean safe fire inhibitor on dry native fuels before that fire shows up to attack and consume homes.
Fighting wild fires on dry hillside full of dry vegetation with water is not going to save homes. Adding MFB Proactive Wild Fire Defense Systems to roof tops and off slopes to spray and saturate the building and landscaping will add even more defense. As we all consider this new Best Practice in wild fire defense we also need to consider that all older homes attic vents need to be retro fitted with MFB ember blocker to keep hot wind blown micro embers out of combustible spaces. If all new wild fire rebuilds built homes with Class A lumber in the attics and crawl spaces we add even more resilience against wild fires.
MFB is adding tracking and mapping to our Proactive Wild Fire Defense Systems and for tanker trucks so that everything that is pre sprayed is logged and mapped to prove we have finally come up with produces and science the defends homes from fast moving wind blown wild fires.
Santa Ana winds in California expands fires and spreads smoke over hundreds of miles and support global warming until we put fires out faster with a fire inhibitor ahead instead of trying to win with fire retardants
California has dry, windy, and often hot weather conditions from spring through late autumn that can produce moderate to devastating wildfires. At times, these wildfires are fanned or made worse by strong, dry winds, known as Diablo winds when they occur in the northern part of the state and Santa Ana winds when they occur in the south. Wildfires in California are growing increasingly dangerous because of climate change and because more people are building in rural burn areas. United States taxpayers pay about US$3 billion a year to fight wildfires, and big fires can lead to billions of dollars in property losses.
More than 350,000 people in California live in towns sited completely within zones deemed to be at very high risk of fire. In total, and more than 2.7 million people live in "very high fire hazard severity zones", which also include areas at lesser risk.