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Sat 119 Chemical Based, Throwable Firefighting Pack

Sat 119 Chemical Based Throwable Firefighting Pack (Images courtesy Rakuten)
By Andrew Liszewski

The language barrier has unfortunately prevented me from digging up any useful information on how this Sat 119 throwable firefighting pack actually works. As you can see in the video below it’s an easily breakable container filled with a blue chemical liquid that’s quite effective at extinguishing fires in plywood shanties. I’m assuming it creates a chemical reaction of some sort that absorbs enough oxygen in the immediate vicinity to simply suffocate the flames, but if that’s really how it works, as a human who’s also dependent on O2 I’d be leery of being anywhere near it after it was thrown.

Available from Rakuten for ~$70 (¥6,090) which also appears to include two condiment packs of the same chemical substance for dealing with smaller, localized kitchen fires.

[ Rakuten - 119 Sat only put out fire fighting pack Throw ] VIA [ DVICE ]








  • http://www.facebook.com/karsthuntr Kevin Scott Karsthuntr Davis

    My best guess would be some kind of low pressure refrigerant like R-11or R123A which boils at 74 degrees.

  • http://www.modularhomesnetwork.com/ Manufactured Homes

    Great read! I wish you could follow up on this topic..

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brian-Lawrence/512447160 Brian Lawrence

    Plywood shanties haha. Seems like if you accidentally dropped it you'd be out of your 70 bucks.

  • dtroy22

    Nothing new. Years ago every store or business used to have glass “hand grenades” filled with a chemical that you threw at a fire. The government banned them 30-40years ago.

  • niraj kumar

    hiii all,  I am still in darkness it it really works like this  or its just animation in the internet n circulated ..