Meet F.A.C.E.

F.A.C.E. is a wildfire protection device that is...

  • Fully automated

  • Fully portable

  • Environmentally friendly

 

F.A.C.E. combines the self-activated technology from traditional fire sprinkler systems and condenses it into the form factor of a handheld fire extinguisher.

Applications

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Ember Hotspot Protection

When used in isolation, F.A.C.E. devices can be strategically placed in fire-prone areas to prevent unintended fires from spreading and consuming your property. For example, if a F.A.C.E. device was placed in your attic (as pictured above) or near ember hotspots around the outside of a home (such as near vents or gutters), it would immediately snuff out any fires which could potentially occur.

F.A.C.E. can also work in isolation when placed on fire-prone structures like trees outside of the home to help prevent them from burning down or spreading fire to other areas.

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Perimeter Protection

When multiple devices are used together and placed intermittently every 10-12 feet, F.A.C.E.s can serve as a fire suppression wall which can protect the property inside from wildfires.

 

When a F.A.C.E. device is activated, the fire retardant inside sprays in a 360 degree spread, covering both the area in front of it and what it is mounted on. This extinguishes any fire in the area as well as prevents the re-ignition of fuel in the 4-5 foot suppression radius.

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Flash Point Resistance

In many instances, wildfires grow hot enough to spontaneously combust structures, particularly wood. In these cases, F.A.C.E. devices can work to increase the resistance of your property to spontaneous combustion by increasing the resistance of the material to temperature changes.

 

By having a temperature trigger of 155 F, F.A.C.E. devices can activate well before materials like wood reach their flash point, covering them with fire retardant and increasing their resistance to combustion.