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Phanawatnan Kaimart is the inventor of the ELIDE® Fire Ball. He was inspired to invent this life-saving product because in 1997, he was at the scene of a devastating fire that broke out in the Royal Jomtien Hotel in Pattaya, Thailand, from the tragic loss of human lives and properties Mr. Phanawatnan Kaimart witnessed he was inspired to invent a fire extinguisher in ball shape called “Elide Fire Ball” and succeeded in 1998. When a fire occurs, the first responder cannot stop the fire at the initial stage because of the high temperature of fire at 400 degrees Celsius. If the first responder uses the usual fire extinguishing tank, they cannot reach into the fire's core. Then, the fire cannot be stopped. Also, a first responder is not wearing a protective suit so they can't get close enough with a regular fire extinguisher. Mr. Kaimart's invention has solved that problem and has saved many lives since it's invention.
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