Several industrial units entail hazardously inflammable working conditions. For example, a petrochemical plant, a thermal power plant, a liquor production unit, any chemical lab, and fertilizer factories are among the industries highly prone to the most chaotic accidents even in their most simple operations. Besides, the beginning of a ravaging fire is often only from a small spark, leaping out of the hectic electric circuits of a motor into a pool of inflammables.
Fire fights are mostly by water. When the stoic calmness of water can be put into the force of energy, the crazy spray douses even the most vigorous flames. It is life and death play every time a fire breaks out, spreading rapidly, taking everything, living and non living in terrible destruction. Fire is the raging apocalyptic chemistry of nature in the most violent expression. It would not stop unless fire fighters take on the leaping flames with their water force.