I received an email from Jim Mackey at AFG Flameguard USA the other day.
I thought you would find this article interesting. We were made aware of these fires in the Reynolds Plantation area of Georgia by a neighbor that watched the fire department deploy the DSPA 5 in the house that sustained the least amount of damage of the four.
The comments made by the Chief that deployed the DSPA 5 are highlighted. Obviously, the product worked as advertised. The neighbor ordered a unit for his home.
Best regards, Jim Mackey
I've been thinking about this for a few days, and it brings some serious questions to mind.
Are any of us prepared for a potentially catastrophic event like a bolt of lightning striking our house?
Are we prepared to lose everything because we overlooked a product that is so simple to use?
Just pull the pin and throw it in!
No super human, above the call of duty, heroic efforts are required!
Just pull the pin and throw it in! A monkey could be trained to use this product!
Using the DSPA 5 is that simple.
The complicated part is ordering one and having it at your disposal when it's gut check time.
Gut check time is when you recall reading about Betty Stewart getting back some important items like her purse, computer notebook, and other items, and not having her house burn to the ground because Walker Church Volunteer Fire Department Chief Byron Lombard had a DSPA 5 tucked behind the seat of his pick up truck, and not ordering one for the safety of your family and preservation of your property that holds your worldly possessions.
Will you have this simple devise ready to use when you need it?
This video demonstrates the ease and effectiveness of DSPA 5