Haven Green By Hiller

Hiller Haven Fluorine Free

Safeguard with Confidence, Partner With Hiller

The Hiller Companies offers fire protection and life safety solutions that have been preserving
lives and property worldwide for over 100 years. As a full-service provider with over 30 locations
across the United States, Hiller is laser-focused on one goal – making the world a safer place. The
Hiller team of experts has extensive knowledge in special hazards, energy storage systems, marine
applications and more. We are proud to be at the forefront of technology and innovation by creating
adaptable safety solutions and offering a wide range of services, including design, installation,
inspection and maintenance of fire protection and life safety systems. With a commitment to safety
and quality, Hiller is a trusted partner for businesses and organizations of all sizes. Contact us
to learn how we can help protect your assets and ensure compliance with industry standards.

Go Green With Hiller Haven Green
U.S.C.G.-Approved Fluorine-Free Foam

The Hiller Companies is now offering the first United States Coast Guard (U.S.C.G.)-approved fluorine-free
foam for fire suppression. As the first U.S.C.G.-approved fluorine-free foam option on the market, Hiller
Haven Green provides a green alternative to Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) that meets the same high quality and performance standards of AFFF.

Throughout our research and development of Haven Green, life safety, as always, was our top priority. While others encouraged lowering the standards to quickly create an alternative to AFFF, we maintained our commitment to keeping our customers and their people and property safe. The outcome of our dedication has produced Haven Green. We have proven that you do not have to sacrifice safety for quality and performance

Why Replace AFFF with Hiller Haven Green Now?

Now that Hiller Haven Green is U.S.C.G.-approved, the sooner AFFF can be replaced in your systems, the better. Bottom line—AFFF is not safe. The key synthetic surfactants that are utilized in AFFF are perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). There is evidence that exposure can lead to adverse human health effects. Studies of laboratory animals indicate that PFOA and PFOS can cause reproductive and developmental, liver and kidney, and immunological effects, as well as tumors. PFAS have also been found to persist in the environment. These chemicals are facing increasing regulation worldwide