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04/22/2013

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Scott Compton

Do you have any information on the Smoke Detector & Escape Hood Combo Set from a company called Bioflamex? I was wondering if this had been reviewed and if so where it might be sold.

Deborah Fritz

Kitchen fires is one of the most common and difficult type of fires to suppress because people tend to panic. They tend to pour water but it will only make the fire bigger. Public awareness about kitchen fires is very important because it is a different type of fire that needs a different approach of extinguishment.

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