Phanawatnan Kaimart, the President of the Innovation and Inventor Association of Thailand is the inventor of the Elide Fire. Elide Fire is a fire extinguishing ball using revolutionary technology that allows the ball to blow up when in contact with fire. The Elide Fire ball can extinguish a fire that is up to 10 square meters.
Phanawatnan and his team joined the 33rd World Genius Convention in Tokyo, Japan on 29 to 30 May 2019. The Elide Fire received the Gold Genius Award and the Tokyo Award Cup. This is an international award ceremony with Elide Fire being the first ever product of Thailand to receive an award from this institution.
Phanawatnan stated when arriving in Thailand after the impressive trip that the Thai people are very proud as this is an innovation developed by Thailand. The Elide Fire ball can extinguish flames immediately. International inventors have acknowledged the product and the Gold Genius Award is a result of such trust. This is a great start for the near future where more Thai inventions will be known on the international level.
Furthermore, for young inventors in Thailand to take your ideas into developing new technology and inventions to help solve problems found in today’s society. The Elide Fire ball has been constantly developed through a period of 18 years. The product itself has been tested by specialist abroad and has been accepted internationally as an innovative fire extinguisher.
Other awards Elide Fire has received includes Best Innovation Golden Medal from the Eureka Innovation Awards in Europe, Bronze Medal of Genius Award from Japan, WIPO Gold Medal Award, KIPA Gold Medal Award from South Korea, and more.
The Elide Fire can put out a fire within 3 to 10 seconds after direct contact with the flame. The ball itself is only 152 mm in diameter and weighs only 1.5 kg. The ball is so compact that it can be kept anywhere and used by anyone.
FB Caption: The Elide Fire ball can put out a fire within 3 to 10 seconds after direct contact with the flame. The ball itself is only 152 mm in diameter and weighs only 1.5 kg.
Source: Elide Fire, INN News