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  • Class D Fires are combustible metal fires. Magnesium and Titanium are the most common types of metal fires. Once a metal ignites do not use water in an attempt to extinguish it. Only use a dry powder extinguishing agent. Dry powder agents work by smothering and heat absorption.

    June 12, 2015