Re: Fireboy, Seafire or other fire system question
Good question! Their websites just don't address this issue. It looks to me that none of the Sea-Fire or Fireboy systems are very effective against Class A fires (wood, paper, etc.) Both are effective against Class B fires (burning liquids). The C rating just means it won't conduct electricity.
What was interesting is that the FE-241 used by Sea-Fire in their FE series can not be used in an occupied area. The FM-200 (HFC-227EA) used in Sea-Fire FG, FD series and Fireboy can be used in occupied spaces.
Retired from Hopkins-Carter Marine Supplies