The Leo System is a fire extinction device that produces a straight stream flow of Class A fire-fighting foam at a mixed pressure. The production of completely expanded and homogeneous foam takes advantage of all of its benefits as an extinguishing agent and users may choose the foam-forming agent concentration, direction and flow rate to adapt it to any type of ground and fuel. Pilots may control the foam production from the cabin with a single control (from 0,1% to 0,5% depending on the need) and vary the pressure and flow, sending an effective density without water loss by drainage.
- Long lasting dispersal
- High surface area application
- Not Hazardous for firefighter personnel
- Multiple filling systems
- High visibility
- Pilot full authority
Minimum depth for filling by immersion.
Without suction pump.
Minimum depth for filling with suction pump.
Direct attack · Parallel attack · Indirect attack · Fire exposure protection
Accurate Foam / Water Line · Continuous Dump Footprint
- Wetting characteristics
- Clinging characteristics
- Degreasing capability
- Greater coverage and cooling
- Vapor supression
- High Visibility
- Water Saving