10 Fire Fighting Inventions That Every Government Should Possess 🔥🌏

welcome to TTI welcome to a whole new
world of firefighters as we know that fire has played a vital role in the
development of humankind it is also dangerous at the same time fire destroys
assets worth billions of dollars and takes lives of thousands of people
every year that’s why it is important to know the different tactics to combat the
fire today we’re listening to some of the great
innovations that can change the future face of firefighting industry number one
Aran’s firefighting drone meet air owns firefighting drone introduced by an
innovative company Aaron Asst Ltd compared to ordinary drones this
patented technology can fly up to the maximum height of 300 to 400 meters
literally outperforming firefighter trucks ladders and weighs just 55
kilograms having a length and width of three meters in addition the drone was
explicitly designed to reach those areas which were impossible before to combat
the fire it can shoot water or foam from the front nozzle at a speed of 100
litres per minute with the maximum pressure of 200 bars despite the fact
that generally drones are weaker and fragile fortunately this drone is
different it can lift and rescue people whose weights are below a hundred and
forty five kilograms able to operate in aerospace avoid obstacles and fly great
radiuses moreover it can be used for cleaning and maintenance purposes for
high-rise structures number two Soundwave fire extinguisher
in the movies whenever a fire occurs people often produce some crazy sounds
wait a minute can we use a sound to put out a fire to extraordinary engineers
from the George Mason University invented this device which uses sound to
suppress the fire how does it work well it produces a low frequency sound of 100
Hertz as its vibration energy touches the flame it blocks the oxygen supply to
the fire and hence fire extinguishes in no time
moreover this project is under development stage so it will take time
to be commercialized number three aircraft fire fighters are those which
are generally deployed to put out a fire of large scale in the wild the first
example of aircraft fire fighters is the Bombardier CL 415 which is a Canadian
amphibious aircraft intentionally built as a water bomber for aerial
firefighting by a company canadair Bombardier Aerospace the CL 415 is the
world’s leading firefighting aircraft which needs just 12 seconds to scoop up
6140 litres of water it can be mixed with chemical foam if desired and is
able to drop its content on fire at a high speed the aircraft has a
firefighting drop system which consists of four water tanks and four
independently open above water doors the Sikorsky s-64 skycrane is another
example of aircraft firefighters which is an American twin-engine heavy-lift
helicopter this aircraft is fitted with a 10,000 litre fixed retardant tank
capable of refilling 10,000 litres of water in just 45 seconds from a water
slide and is able to extinguish fires in the wild moreover it’s a military model
was featured in the movie The Incredible Hulk number forms firefighting robot
while machines are so fantastic because they can do the most dangerous tasks
without risking any human life such as a firefighters job firefighters risk their
own lives to put out the fire that’s why Australia’s Weins tech
company came up with a great idea of explosion proof firefighting robots the
human operators remotely control these cute fire extinguishing robots they can
shoot water up to the length of a football field that’s nearly 85 meters
these mini tanks are equipped with infrared thermal imaging sensors which
work as a thermal identification for a human operator moreover these
firefighting robots have an ability of climbing and crossing which is essential
in the emergency conditions and it has excellent payload capacity sufficient to
load two people at a time and can be deployed to work as a team for a more
significant threat this combination clears away smoke heat
toxic gases and reduces the intensity of the fire allowing firefighters and
rescue teams to follow maximum safety number five fire extinguisher ball this ball is a compact spherical fire
extinguisher that can extinguish fire you just have to throw the ball into the
fire and with a small blast it extinguishes the fire these fire
extinguishing balls are indeed very fast these get activated in just three
seconds and it’s working principle is effortless it detects high temperature
and gets burned up because it’s made of a combustion material as the ball burns
it starts spreading the fire extinguishing chemical these chemicals
stop the oxygen supply which put out the fire quickly
these balls are gaining popularity and residential and commercial areas because
it is lightweight easy to use has a longer lifespan and it requires no
inspection and maintenance moreover these can be used in all types of fire
class and doesn’t need any prior training number six sky saver emergency
situations are always unexpected so you should be prepared sky sivir can be your
rescue device in a state of an emergency it does not need any prior training to
use sky saver you just have to put it on clip it to an anchor and jump from the
window it is equipped with an automatic braking system that will adjust your
body weight with gravity and will allow you to land on the ground with the
maximum safety sky Seaver is designed correctly and tested thousands of times
so apparently we can trust it for our safety it can carry up to 260 pounds or
120 kilograms and also allows to escape from up to 80 meters of vertical height
sky savers also comes with front harness system which is helpful to rescue babies
and pets it’s also easy to use cost-effective and offers the entirely
independent South rescue solution 7lu f60 the AL UF 60 is a wireless
remote control to mobile firefighting supporting machine it clears the path up
to a distance of 1,000 feet by incorporating a high-capacity positive
pressure ventilator and a water beam fog this rugged machine has additional
backup manual controls in the event of a power supply failure it is perfect for
tricky operations and confined space like underground stations and warehouses
surprisingly it’s pumpkin chute water or fog and 360 degree rotation from steel
cast aluminum water cannons with a speed of 1,800 litres a minute
and 10 bars of pressure moreover it gets power from a 100 horsepower strong and a
robust diesel engine and all components are accessible and maintenance friendly number eight – ever a fire occurs in
luxury hotels traditional low pressure sprinklers use tons of water to put out
the fire and damages water sensitive assets
hence recovery from water damage takes a long time and business goes down introducing Haiphong an innovative
pressurized water mist system that uses water 10 times more efficiently and
effectively water mist system fights fire by discharging a fine water mist at
very high velocity high fog extinguishes fire in just three ways it cools the
surrounding space the lost radiant heat and reduces the oxygen that reaches to
the fire number 9 Auto firemen car fires don’t happen
frequently but when they do they are a potentially deadly emergency in most of
the cases a fire occurred around the engine then it may be challenging to
extinguish it introducing Auto fireman an innovative product that can be
installed in the engine compartment of a car two or more extinguishers can be
mounted on any suitable metal surface at two opposite points after installation
of a device they are ready to save your life it’s working principle is simple
but still very effective it’s made up of combustible material hence whenever it
detects the rise in temperature it burns and releases chemical reagents in the
form of gas that extinguishes the fire the extinguishing process is speedy just
give it 30 seconds and it’s done number 10 some art detectors first example of a
smart detector is the video smoke detectors the best safety system
designed to protect expensive and high-value assets these detectors
consist of a high-quality digital camera and smart software hence its analytical
software analyzes each frame of video multiple times per second and is able to
recognize fire and smoke in the footage after detecting the fire you can
extinguish it by utilizing water spray or co2 gas moreover it can differentiate
different types of fire and so easily birdie smart detector is
another intelligent detector and first smart home safety device built
specifically to save your life this device consists of different
sensors that are programmed to analyze the data to detect the fire smoke carbon
monoxide leaks and tracks pollution and other danger in the air in case of an
emergency it directly alerts the fire department thanks for watching which
innovation did you find the most impressive tell me the reason in the
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100 thoughts on “10 Fire Fighting Inventions That Every Government Should Possess 🔥🌏

  1. moreover, moreover, moreover, moreover, moreover WTF??? And what an annoying bloody voice!!! …..moreover….

  2. 5:41 "This ball is a compact spherical fire extinguisher, that can extinguish fire."
    Gee… thanks captain obvious.

  3. Is English your first language? Hands up who uses the word ‘moreover’ in every paragraph, when describing the functions of any device? Anyone? Moreover, the terminology is often wrong altogether. Delivering water is measured in litres per minute, which is a ‘rate’, not a ‘speed’.

  4. Why mostof those female voices in these kind of videos are so posh, talking about serious matters as if they talk about celebrity gossip, and sound almost the same and annoying?

  5. 2:30
    Only downside is if the fire is bigger then a room fire the speaker will have to be the size of a house and the sound emitted could damage ears in the area

  6. I never saw a Sikorsky in The Incredible Hulk. The Comanche was in it, but the Sky Cranes haven’t seen US Military service to any great degree in years.

  7. This is like a collection of 10 commercials. As a retired wildland firefighter I must comment on the two aircraft shown. First of all, for all aircraft utilized on wildland fire there has never been a wildland fire "extinguished" by an aircraft. That has to be done on the ground by firefighters. Second, the least impressive presentation here is for the water scooping aircraft made in Canada. They are commonly called the "super scooper" by the media and politicians, who are somehow wowed by this plane. On the ground in the United States firefighters refer to it as the "pooper scooper." When fighting a moving fire it is far more effective to utilize retardant dropping air tankers. Water dropping helicopters are most often used after the spread of a fire has been slowed. That is because water evaporates quickly and retardant is effective for days, weeks and months after it is dropped. Retardant is often used to "paint" the ground and fuels ahead of the fire. In very remote areas with lots of lakes and quite distant from an airport they are probably good tools. However, in the continental U.S. there is a large network of air tanker bases that allow the use of retardant without much delay. Finally, the Sikorsky helicopter is a great tool, it drops a lot of water and very accurately, while being able to snorkel the water on board fairly quickly. The so called "Super Scooper" cannot come close to the accuracy of any helicopter dropped water.

  8. Dang, it wont save fat people! Immagine that conversation….sorry babe i told you losing some weight would help you live longer….I'm out of here!

  9. This feels like the technical presentation of the products, dumbed down for the people, sent into a buzzfeed farm to make it seem interesting and sensational, and dumbed down again.
    Moreover, it's basically fake news at this point.

  10. Firefighting robots are not new. They've been in field testing for years.
    But they're a much more viable option than sending a crew into a structure with a truss roof system like warehouses or garages.
    An omnidirectional 750 nozzle would make this perfect.

  11. We have 20 canadair planes some sky crane erickson Helicopters some chinook with a bambi bucket some other Helicopters fires Will happen for ever about the robot shit the only thing they Will do fine Will be to let the firefighters without work

  12. The Amazon rain forest is on fire. The forest produce 20% of oxygen for earth. Now it's on fire. Now these instruments can be used.

  13. I like the balls. And the robot and smart camera may have some industrial applications. Otherwise, I don't think people realize the ridiculous heat associated with structural fire. You don't rappel alongside the building. The drone may have some immediate application for hard-to-reach areas and flexible lift capacity, but is probably not going to last long in proximity to a developed fire.

  14. One problem electrical fires will reignite put the fire out electrical fire is still energised I will start burning again until shut the power off

  15. I like #5 more than the other one because there will be an accident with those types of equipment because safety isn't safe enough still.

  16. The most impressive innovation was at 9:50. It is a device that every government should possess. Becuase if you have ones of these devices in your car, you can use it on your car. Or on someone else's car. Or at your house, in your boat, your RV, or wherever fire should break out. And it can be effectively used by even the most incompetent users, as this video demonstrates. If you invented one of these "fire extinguishers", you could literally sell millions of them!

  17. I will stick to putting turnout gear on, grabbing a hose line and going in and doing interior attack. more fun that way.

  18. Got a good question, could a large helium cryogenic stirling piston be used to turn atmospheric gases into a super cold liquid that can be used to put out fires?

  19. That LUF60 has terrible range, it’s jsut a waste of water. It’s to big to fit into small spaces, and just sprays water a few yards. A human can fit into small spaces, and hit fires from hundreds of feet away with a standard fog nozzle. And it runs on diesel. Jeez you must be a rich fire department to be able to run 4 of those and a multitude of actual trucks, run regular and more effective humans, and pay them, aswell as repair cost for these

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