Most fires fought by firefighters have various components of the room on fire; property is being lost and people may be in danger. An interior attack will generally resolve the incident safely and effectively. However, in some cases, mounting an interior attack is too dangerous or will be too slow to achieve an effective result.
In a room and contents only fire where there is no possible rescue, Fognails provide a solution to safely cool a compartment and enable firefighters to prioritize property conservation with minimal water damage. In addition, by cooling the smoke from the exterior, Fognails may provide a safer environment in which to complete the interior operations of ventilation and final extinguishment.
Furthermore, in some fires, the use of Fognails may also enable firefighters to achieve the highest rescue potential. By providing the fastest way to cool smoke inside the compartment, the rapid cooling through the use of fognails allows quicker ventilation which in turn permits a faster search with better visibility in lower concentrations of poisonous gases. Thus ultimately, in some cases, achieving the highest potential for rescue.