Fire Investigative Tools
If the adjuster believes there is the presence of a liquid accelerant, a combustible vapor detector or “sniffer” may be needed. The sniffer, available to most fire cause-and-origin investigators, can help to find where a sample should be taken. Since the sniffer can be confused by naturally occurring products of fires, it is essential to have a qualified person operate the sniffer.
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