Revolutionary New Fire Extinguisher Leaves No Mess
Engineering students from George Mason University have developed a new way to fight fires. Using low frequency sound waves, Seth Robertson & Viet Tran, have successfully created a new way to extinguish fires. This prototype shows the students putting out small kitchen fires, but this technology could be used to help fire fighters battle fires in any location that may not have access to a water supply.
This isn’t just for fire prevention is remote locations, this device has 0 clean-up and could replace every fire extinguisher in homes and restaurants. Imagine owing a restaurant that had a small fire, and not needed to shut down for days to clean up the mess from traditional CO2 fire extinguishers.