ACAF Systems manufactures portable Fire Fighting apparatus using Compressed Air Foam. Our systems are designed for fast suppression.  The CAF apparatus is self-contained easy to use. It is designed to be stationary or mounted on a pickup truck or it can be towed behind a small vehicle.

The ACAF Fire Fighting Apparatus are perfect for municipal or private airports that don’t have a need for firefighting capabilities on site. This equipment can help to save lives by containing the fire until the local fire department can arrive.

Depending on the location, studies show the expected response for an engine company is 7 to 10 minutes. The ACAF portable CAF Fire Fighting unit can buy time in fire emergencies and make a critical difference.

Off Road, Heavy Equipment

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CrossFire (TM) is a unique, environmentally-safe CAF system designed to suppress fires on Off-Road Heavy Equipment.   The CrossFire System is One Agent with Two Delivery Actions. CrossFire uses foam with two sprays: Compressed Air Foam (CAF) and Compressed Air Foam Mist (CAFM).
This unique system only requires one tank, one control valve and two distribution lines, making it highly reliable and effective.

Fires have the potential to occur in just about every type of vehicle engine compartment ranging from a below engine pool fire to a pressurized hydraulic line spray fire or combination thereof.  Engine compartments contain variety of potential ignition sources from electrical to superheated engine surfaces.  Additionally, an engine compartment suppression agent must also be capable of dealing with suppression in turbulent conditions. It is critical that these fires be detected and suppressed rapidly to minimize property loss and potentially human lives.  CrossFire, the new technically advanced ACAF single-agent dual-action CAF- CAF mist suppression system has been developed and designed to perform this task. 

To enhance the fire suppression capability of the two individual agents, a single control device delivers both CAF and CAF mist to the fire through separate nozzles that are positioned to deliver foam and foam mist in one integrated stream.