Understanding the things that can cause a fire is very essential to your life and death. Knowing how to prevent a fire is probably one of the most important things you can understand. Many of us get cold and plug up heaters and don’t realize that this can be very dangerous to our lives, because we do not have the proper electrical panel boxes and fuses to accommodate the power that will be going through the services we have.
Fires are common when people forget to do the necessary things that are needed to secure the things that are combustible. Fire is a rapid oxidation process that releases energy in varying intensities in form of light and heat and often creates smoke. It is commonly used to describe either a fuel in a state of combustion or a violent, destructive and un-controlled burning ( such as in buildings or a wildfire ). There are 2 types of fire, flaming and smoldering fires, and the exhibit traits unique to themselves. The hottest flames are white in appearance. The color of a fire may also be affected by chemical elements in the flame color. The flame color depends also on the unoxyded carbon particles.