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Old 03-20-2016, 03:58 PM   #1
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Exploding fireballs can put out fires - Tech Insider

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Seems to work very well, I like that it can be mounted to the wall. Have to see how it takes off.
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There was something very similar to that back in the early 1900's if I recall correctly.
Now I know this from watching television not because I was there.

The earliest fire grenades were hand-blown, colored round glass bottles usually filled with salt water. These were designed to be thrown at a fire so the thin glass container would shatter and disperse the water to extinguish the flames.



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After 1900, a newer and more industrial looking glass bulb came into vogue. Instead of water, these grenades contained a blue- or reddish-colored liquid, carbon tetrachloride, also known as tetrachloromethane.
This technology was used in conjunction with a bracket assembly that could be mounted on walls or ceilings above high fire-risk areas such as boilers or furnaces.
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