Do you need effective, portable and affordable fire suppression solutions?

Do you need effective, portable and affordable fire suppression solutions?

Increased Value for Your Money

The “CAF” Series Units are designed to increase egress times for workers with the use of a compressed air foam system.  With over six decades of global experience, Safety Boss has emerged as the leader in designing better firefighting systems for use in the specialized field of Hydrocarbon Fire Control. This portable and affordable fire suppression is a must have for job sites. 

“CAF” Units utilize a specialized foam mixture that helps increase the fire response time of up to 20 minutes compared to that of standard CAF units in the field today.

These units have an increased attack time, reduced environmental footprint, increased mobility for fire attack advantages, and increase egress response times of workers. 

  • 200 Gallons of 6% Premix Foam
  • (2) 150′ Discharge Hoses
  • 15 Minutes Suppression Time
  • 210 lbs. Dry Chemical
  • Oil and Gas Facilities
  • Upstream Operations
    • Drilling
    • Completions
    • Fracs
  • Storage Tank
  • Pipeline
  • Construction
  • Forestry
  • Mining
Compressed Air Foam (CAF) system

Standard SPEC SHEET – May have additional options


  • 2 x 20 GPM @ 100 PSI rated capacity
  • 125 PSI max pressure
  • 2 x 150′ x 1″ discharges
  • 75′ range
  • 1600 Gal @ 8:1 expansion ratio
  • 15 min. of suppression utilizing 1 hose
  • 07 min. of suppression utilizing 2 hoses


  • 2 x N2 cylinders or
  • 2 x compressed air cylinders or
  • Directly to an air trailer


  • Tank Mix @ 3% or 6%
  • Compatible with A, B, and ABD


  • Heated 16’ Trailer
  • 200 PSI rated pressure
  • 200 US Gallon 6% premix foam
  • ASME certified
  • 100’ of power supply with intrinsically safe connections
  • External indicator / alert for power or heat disconnect


  • 2 x 30lb fire extinguishers
  • 1 x 150lb fire extinguisher
  • Mounted operating procedures
back of the Compressed Air Foam (CAF) Unit

EDITOR’S NOTE: Originally published in March 2016 and updated for freshness, accuracy and comprehensiveness. 

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