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Fire Suppression Systems for Military Wheeled Vehicles

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Thursday, October 15, 2009
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM EDT
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Mr. Victor LaSala will discuss the latest breakthrough in fire suppression systems, featuring Cold Fire Tactical, a newly developed solution, presented by ADSI, that not only extinguishes the flames but also removes the heat of the fire. When applied, Cold Fire Tactical renders the previously flame-engulfed object cool to the touch immediately. Mr. LaSala will be joined by [name to be inserted] of Firefreeze Worldwide, Inc., designers of the water-based solution.

Together, they will discuss the remarkable aspects of this revolutionary system and potential delivery systems focusing on military wheeled vehicles. Cold Fire Tactical extinguishes fire threat in virtually any situation including:V

  • Class A fires on wood, tires, brush and forest, structures, textile and more
  • Class B fires involving vehicles, oil, gasoline, diesel and alcohol.
  • Class D fires with metals such as magnesium, aluminum and titanium.


Victor La Sala
Vice President of Research and Development

Victor La Sala has served as ADSI Vice President of Research and Development since June 2005 and  Director of Engineering since 2004.  Prior to that, from January 1990 to March 2004, Mr. La Sala served as Managing Partner for James La Salsa & Associates, an architectural engineering firm.  Mr. La Sala served as a Fire Protection Engineer and Safety Specialist at the U.S. General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service.  Mr. La Sala also worked at Grumman Aerospace from as a Spacecraft Design Engineer for the design of the Lunar Module Spacecraft. Mr. La Sala received his Bachelors of Science degree from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and an Master of Arts from New York University.