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Fire A fire is a chemical phenomenon that occurs with the presence of three basic factors namely the heat and varies from one substance to another

Fire is a chemical phenomenon that occurs with the presence of three basic factors, namely, heat, and varies from one substance to another. Each substance ignites at a certain temperature called the ignition point, the oxygen that is normally present in the air, and the fuel, the burning substance, whether wood, paper, Fabric, these three factors are called the ignition triangle. Fire-fighting means One of the sides of the ignition triangle in the so-called fire theory should be canceled by Fire cooling: in which the heat of the flammable materials is reduced and is often used with water because of its great ability to absorb heat. Stifling the fire: This prevents oxygen from reaching the fire by covering it in one of the following ways: Closing the windows and air holes in the fireplace to reduce the oxygen content and thus reduce the spread of the fire. Separation of fire from flammable materials, by dynamite, flaring, and this method is followed in oil well fires. Covering materials with a foam chemical. Replace oxygen with halogen fumes, or carbon dioxide. Starve the fire by limiting flammable materials in the area close to the fire by using one of the following methods: To remove flammable substances, such as alcohol, furniture, paper, and oil products for heat. Keep the flammable material away from flammable materials. For example, when a plant ignites, it is best to pull the machine out of the factory in one of the ways available to protect the rest of the plant. Split the flammable material into small sections so that they become a small set of fires that can be controlled, but you must be careful of the risk of combustion in this way, and that these parts reach other inflammable materials. Fire Protection Fire fighting is not limited to extinguishing the fire after it has been ignited, but prevented from the beginning by installing fire alarms in all rooms of the building; to warn of fire when starting to ignite, and thus facilitate control. Training individuals on how to deal with fire, and using simple fire extinguishers, such as: carbon dioxide cylinders, a small act of one of them may prevent major disasters, and training them on how to protect themselves from fire. Put fire extinguishers in clear and accessible places. Studying and warning of fire causes, such as:

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