Crawling advancing smoke creating fires like this picture in the LA hillsides no longer need to happen. A new patent-pending protected tech is here and ready to help Fire Fighters now in all western US states with a proven fire inhibitor and lots of cannons
Fire officials have been delaying firefighter training sessions and native vegetation brush clearing that would normally be underway now. In So Cal all that native vegetation is growing tall with all the rain and will soon turn into dry fuel sources. So shut downs might protect firefighters from exposure right now, it can be put off for only so long because we can count on wild fires soon. Some Wildfires have already broken out in several states and delaying controlled burns leaves more fuel when fires get out of control. Controlled burns create radical smoke that can also make fighting the coronavirus even worse. Another big threat during the coronavirus is what has happened to the air quality in cities like Seattle, Idaho or even Santa Barbara in the last few years.
The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact Approaches to Fighting Wildfires And New MFB Proactive Tech Cannons And A Clean Safe Fire Inhibitor Atomizes A Sprays Fire Breaks That Get Tracked And Mapped Out In Front Of A Fire Advance And Testing And Demos Have Proved It Wild Always Shut Both The Fire And Smoke Down Faster Than Ever Seen Before.
Some ask will the fire inhibitor still be affective clinging to dry native vegetation after a rain. Funny question when Fire Fighters pray for rain to help shut wild fires down. Another question I’m asked is what can be done to avoid the spread of COVID-19 among wildland firefighters and prevent them from being vectors in the communities they serve?
This new 21 Century Wild Fire Defense that pulls cannons behind trucks that typically carry water can now carry the fire inhibitor to help protect wildland firefighters because the driver and person directing the cannon can distance themselves. Finding new ways to shut wild fires and smoke down faster than ever before is now a major priority similar to finding a vaccine cure for COVID-19 and the Federal Government should get involved in the decision making over this Proactive Wild Fire Defense.