It was so regretful to hear Brazil Night Club fire tragedy. According to economist that the death toll from a fire that broke out in the early hours of January 27th in a Brazilian nightclub has already reached 232, with more than 100 injured, many severely. Almost all the victims were young; the nightclub, Kiss, in the university town of Santa Maria in the far southern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, was popular with students. Most of the deaths were from smoke inhalation and asphyxiation.
Questions are being asked about the quality of the nightclub building and whether emergency procedures were followed. The blaze appears to have been started by a pyrotechnic flare lit on stage by a member of the band; sound-proofing material caught fire, producing toxic gases which quickly overpowered many in the crowd. Police said that at least one exit was blocked. Television stations broadcast images of firefighters, helped by bystanders, breaking through a wall to get in. Some of the victims were found in the bathrooms, possibly because they mistook them for emergency exits, and were then unable to come back out through the panicked crowds.
The real murderer, however, I think it was the sound-proofing material, PU FOAM, (polyurethane foam). Even some PU foam, which adds fire-proofing agent when producing, they were easily lit and then released toxic gases when they exposed to any outside flame.
It is the real murderer of this tragedy, if we want to stop such fire tragedy, we should stop using fire-spreading materials PU-FOAM as construction materials.
Why not try melamine foam, now, through it will cost higher, comparing with PU foam, but which is more important for you, living or money?
But why does melamine foam win other sound-proofing and fire-retardancy materials?
The reason is simple, for melamine foam is able to provide lightweight, sound-proofing and fire-retardancy properties, especially the flame-retardancy performance.
Melamine foam is a kind of soft, thermosetting and environmental protection material made from melamine resin by foaming. It has three-dimensional grid structure and 99% opening rate.
Melamine foam fire-retardancy demonstration, from SINOYQX YarQuenXer acoustical melamine foam.
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