Firefighters have an arsenal of extinguishing solutions to put out fires. Water, dust and fire retardant foams are just a few of the products they use on a daily basis. But what if fire could be put out with sound?
If a new device invented by two engineering students in Fairfax, Virginia, catches on, firefighters may be snuffing blazes with sound waves.
In the video below, Seth Robertson and Vet Tran demonstrate how their amazing invention works. Watch and let us know your impression in the comments section below the clip.
Impressive, isn’t it? You can rest assured you will be hearing these students name a lot more if this device becomes mainstream and is used to fight fires. Please share if you like their awesome invention!