Flame Security International
FSI-Aerial Attack


Product Name: FSI-AerialAttack

This product can be used in very small concentrations of between 0.1% to 0.6% to water for aerial firebombing.  When added to water the product acts as a suppressant for direct attack against wildfire. The product is a non-coloured liquid concentrate that is non-toxic, safe for humans and the environment as well as being non-corrosive for aircraft and aircraft firebombing equipment. Once mixed with water the chemistry of the product has the effect of reducing the tendency of some of the dropped water to turn into a mist and drift away from the fire target.  Consequently more water hits the target reducing the overall number of firebombing sorties needed to fight wildfire and increasing the safety height that water firebombing can be done at.  Unlike other water enhancers, FSI-AerialAttack contains zero hydrocarbons and is believed to be the most environmentally safe water enhancer for aerial firebombing available.

Excellent toxicity, environment, dermal and ocular certifications
Increases water efficiency by approximately 35%
Increases pilot and aircraft safety
Enables greater pilot accuracy given less drift
Non-corrosive for aircraft and deployment equipment
Reduces overall sorties compared to water only firebombing
Designed by University of NSW and manufactured in Australia and Europe

Fire Certifications

The following certifications will be applied for:

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Specification 5100-306a Water Enhancers for Wildland Firefighting

Dermal & Ocular Certifications

Environmental Certifications

Luminescence Inhibition on Marine Bacteria NF EN ISO 11348-3, 2009:
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Determination of the acute toxicity to zebrafish eggs (Danio rerio) ISO 15088:2007:
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Determination of the inhibition of the mobility of Daphnia magna Straus (Cladocera, Crustacea) OECD 202 & NF EN ISO 6341, 2012:
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Fresh water algal growth inhibition test with unicellular green algae OECD 201 & NF EN ISO 8692, 2012:
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