Carbon dioxide is able to control fires because it has the ability to put them out. Fires need oxygen to survive.
Beacuse it is really hot
To fight fires
Forest overgrowth! Forests need fires to thin the upper forest canopy.
No. Fire need fuel, oxygen, and heat to burn. Carbon dioxide is a product of most fires and can actually be used to put fires out.
for putting out fires
In order for combustion, you need a fuel, oxygen, and a source of ignition.
Firefighters need fire retardant clothing when they fight fires.
Fuel and oxygen
With the need to reduce the effects of unwanted fires.
It fires the plugs in the cylinders to ignite the mixture.
They can make fires spread faster but on their own they do not create fires. Fires also need some sort of fuel and a something hot enough to start them like a match or lightening.
Because fires need oxygen to be able to burn. If you replace the oxygen around the fire with carbon dioxide, it will die.
do firefighters make small fires to help plant and animals to survive
Well some plants need to be burned so that they can survive and it makes them grow better but most fires are very destructive.
All forms of burning are combining chemicals with oxygen.
Many fires start in the kitchen- cooking.
wild fires, forest fires, ouse fires, cooking fires, etc.I'm pretty sure there are more.
Fires need things that are alive in order to burn. If it burns on dead things, not only is it less "alive," but it can run out of fuel and sooner or later burn itself out
No. Since fires are most often built at night it is not reasonable that they need sunlight. However, when you burn wood the energy which makes the fire hot was stored by the tree the wood came from, and this energy came from sunlight. In this sense fires need sun.
they help save people from fires, help put out fires, and they go to sites where something bad happens.. like car accidents, fires,heart attacks, strokes, and other events that might need attendance by firefighters.
So the gas can flow evenly