Posted: May 22nd, 2023
Fire is categorized basing on the kind of fuel or substance that is burning. NFPA has managed to categorize fire by fuel into the following tabulated types.
|Type of Fire||Fuel/Material consumed|
|Class A||Ordinary burnable materials or those substances that generate coals, ash or glowing embers when burnt. For instance rubber, wood, paper and cloth|
|Class B||Burnable or flammable liquids. For example alcohol, gasoline liquid, fuel oil and common kerosene|
|Class C||Energized electrical machines|
|Class D||flammable metals for example titanium and magnesium.|
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