Combustion Analysis Model (CAM) debuted at the 2010 NPRA Conference & Exhibition to “effectively analyze and help manage industrial or transportation-related fire events.”
Working in conjunction with any of this company’s chemical emergency management solutions: Real-Time, Homeland Responder, or Hazmat Responder — CAM analyzes any chemical fire including tank top, pool, stack, or jet, as well as post-dispersion fires. It delivers crucial information regarding the products of combustion: fire-generated soot and gases. CAM also determines downwind dispersion of combustion products, airborne particulate, and hazardous materials not burned in the fire, soot deposition.
The new technology provides a complete picture of hazards impact associated with fires, toxic smoke, and particulates. This enables first responders, corporate personnel, or government agencies to make more informed decisions regarding a fire event and its consequences to a facility/location, the environment, and local communities that stand in the path of smoke and its fallout.
CAM’s bottomline is cited in this brochure: delivery of comprehensive event analysis, critical response, and post-event decision making information, whether the event is a chemical release or a release with fire. The brochure is yours free for the asking.
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