A Cat D (metal) fire burns at such a high temperature that the hydrogen and oxygen dissociate and for this reason water only makes it worse


A Cat D (metal) fire burns at such a high temperature that the hydrogen and oxygen dissociate and for this reason water only makes it worse


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  1. This is why fire departments just let cars with alloy wheels (magnesium and aluminium) burn down. Carbon dioxide extinguishers also don’t work and give similar effects.

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