Foam-based fire suppression systems are used for extinguishing the fire of class B. There are places where inflammable liquids are placed like in kitchens and industries if those inflammable liquids catch fire, that class of fire is class B. In such cases, foam-based fire suppression systems are the most effective system for extinguishing that fire.
Foam deluge systems are such fire suppression systems in which pipes are empty from fired suppression agents. There is a control valve behind which the foam is stored. The constituents of the foam deluge system are a source from which the form is supplied, a deluge valve that controls the supply of foam, and sprinkler-operated detection system.