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Fire Extinguishers

Essential fire protection equipment for all businesses and workplaces. Used to extinguish or control small fires, often in emergency situations. However, they are not intended for use on an out-of-control fire, such as one which has reached the ceiling, endangers the user (i.e., no escape route, smoke, explosion hazard, etc.), or otherwise requires the expertise of a fire department

Type Fire ClassificationFire Extinguisher Suitability
ABC POWDER
Suitable for Class A Fires Suitable for Class B Fires Suitable for Class C Fires Not suitable for Class F Fires Suitable for Electrical Fires
Powder fire extinguishers are ideal for use in mixed-risk environments and offer excellent all-round fire protection. With a unique class C rating, powder fire extinguishers are the only effective solution for fires involving flammable gases.
AFF FOAM
Suitable for Class A Fires Suitable for Class B Fires Not suitable for Class C Fires Not suitable for Class F Fires Not suitable for Electrical Fires
Foam fire extinguishers are ideal for use on fire involving solid combustible materials and are highly effective on flammable liquid fires. The layer of foam applied by these extinguishers helps to prevent re-ignition after the fire has been extinguished.
CARBON DIOXIDE
Not suitable for Class A Fires Suitable for Class B Fires Not suitable for Class C Fires Not suitable for Class F Fires Suitable for Electrical Fires
CO2 fire extinguishers are suitable for use on flammable liquid fires and are extremely effective at extinguishing fire involving electrical equipment. CO2 is also one of the cleanest extinguisher agents and leaves no residue behind.
WATER
Suitable for Class A Fires Not suitable for Class B Fires Not suitable for Class C Fires Not suitable for Class F Fires Not suitable for Electrical Fires
Water fire extinguishers are suitable for use in environments containing solid combustible materials such as wood, paper, and textiles. It is important to remember that water conducts electricity and should not be used around electrical equipment (unless water extinguishers with additive are used).

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