Aerosol products are a serious fire protection challenge because they contain products under pressure that might spray burning material throughout a building when a container fails due to heat. Aerosol products contain a “base,” which is the product being sold (in this example, windshield de-icer) and a “propellant,” which is the pressurized liquid or gas that expels the base product from the container. This "Coffee Break Training: capsule explains classification for fire protection purposes.
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