The FMNA Fire Suppression system from USSC is the only system to attach all three components of the fire triangle: heat, oxygen and fuel. In the evaporation process, the water mist cools the burnt gases and hot parts in the engine compartment. The cooling contributes to rapid fire suppression and reduces the risk of reigniting. During the evaporation, the small water drops evaporate immediately upon contact with heat. In the evaporation, one liter of water forms 1,700 liters of water vapor. The vapor increases the water content of air, supported with an AFFF foam agent, which prevents a new supply of oxygen to the fire. The water mist also includes an addition of foam that blankets the fuel on flammable oil products to prevent restarts.