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    Question Looking for info on combustible metals

    I am interested in teaching a class on combustible metals such as magnesium that we see a lot of in automobile fires. Primarily the manufacturing and distribution in our market place products and the hazardous precautions and tactics necessary to extinguish combustible metal fires. Dose anyone have a canned training program already developed or can you offer any advice as how to proceed? Thanks,

    Chief Steve Hoyt
    Station Six
    Jones County Georgia

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    I don't have a lot but some of these may help you, The car fire ppt has a section in it on the metals.



    Is it time to change our training yet ?

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    Contact the makers of Metl-X. They can help you out.

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