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Keeping fire equipment stored away safely prevents it from being tampered with and damaged. Our secure cabinets ensure that you can have fully working fire equipment in case of an emergency. If you find that a seal on a cabinet door is broken, you know immediately that tampering has occurred and that the equipment has possibly been compromised and made less effective.

We have a wide range of fire equipment stands that are suitable for deploying fire extinguishers and other equipment. We also have a good selection of fire equipment trolleys that make it easy to move around fire equipment.

See below for our buying guide.

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Fire Extinguisher Cabinets: Buying Guide

We offer fire equipment cabinets that are used for several purposes. Our Fire Extinguisher Cabinets are suitable for both wall mounting and floor mounting. They are made from an extremely tough moulded polyethylene which will give you a high degree of chemical resistance. The cabinets have rounded corners for safety. They are ventilated and have a rubber seal to protect the contents from the weather. To implement the tamper-evident seal closure, simply loop a pull-tight seal through the holes in the cabinet to secure it. The cabinets are highly visible and display the symbol designating that they contain fire extinguishers. The cabinet also has a clear acrylic front panel to allow easy inspection of its contents.

Our Fire Hose Cabinets are an ideal way to keep your Fire Safety Equipment secure and are great for storing Layflat Fire Hoses. You can also keep fire safety documentation in these cabinets, including A3 fire plans. The cabinets are easily wall mounted, and you can affix them to most surfaces using masonry screws. The cabinets are weather-resistant and feature a water-resistant rubber seal around the door. The cabinet is clearly marked as containing a fire hose.

Keeping your fire safety documents secure is an integral part of fire safety practices, and storing these documents in our Metal Fire Document Cabinet makes sure that this is the case. This cabinet has clear identification and is suitable to store your A4 documents for ongoing use. The hinged door makes it easy to access your documents conveniently.

Fire Extinguishers are an important component of Fire Safety Equipment; they can prevent serious injuries and save lives while preventing fires from getting out of control. To make certain that they remain where they belong and are easy to locate, we offer our Heavy-Duty Fire Extinguisher Stands. The stand is manufactured from rugged moulded plastic that will stand up to abuse and has deep pockets for your fire extinguishers. These pockets make certain that they will stay put and not fall over and get damaged. The distinctive design makes it easy for your employees to notice them as a place to find fire extinguishers. We also offer our Classic Fire Extinguisher Stands, which are suitable for most fire extinguishers that weigh up to 12kg.

Construction sites and other outdoor locations where temporary work takes place can be challenging when it comes to fire safety. This fact is especially pertinent to fire protection equipment that is awkward and hard to transport. Our Mobile Fire Extinguisher Stands provide the perfect solution for this situation. The mobile stand has two wheels, making it easy to transport even heavy fire extinguishers. It also has a bracket for holding a bucket, making it easier for you to deal with fires safely and effectively. The mobile stand is very durable and is ideal for outdoor use.

Fires are also a risk on the road. Company vehicles are technically classed as a ‘workplace’ and it is recommended that they carry fire extinguishers. For some public service vehicles, such as taxis, minibuses and coaches, fire extinguishers are mandatory. The Seton ABC Powder Fire Extinguisher or the AFFF Fire Extinguisher (foam) are ideal for vehicle use.

These can be conveniently stowed in one of our Vehicle Fire Extinguisher Cabinets and come in two different sizes to suit fire extinguishers up to 6kg or 9kg, depending on the size of your vehicle. You can check out our full range of fire extinguishers to help you decide what equipment you need.


Do I need a fire extinguisher cabinet?

Fire safety experts recommend that extinguishers are kept in cabinets, or at fixed points to ensure that they can’t be moved or taken, so that staff or residents on the premises know exactly where to find them in an emergency. A fire extinguisher cabinet surface mount makes it easy to secure your protective equipment at hand height close to an exit – an easy place to reach it if the worst happens.

Below is a quick guide to the benefits provided by fire extinguisher cabinets:

  • They protect fire extinguishers from knocks or bangs, and provide weather protection if they are to be stored outdoors.

  • They help to prevent the fire extinguishers from being moved or tampered with. Tamper-proof seals can be activated to evidence any tampering or misuse. Padlocks can also be used to secure the cabinets (these can be purchased separately).

  • They ensure that the extinguishers are out of the reach of small children, to prevent injury.

  • They store Fire Safety Log Books and other fire safety documentation for quick access in an emergency.

Where should I keep my fire extinguisher cabinets?

Fire extinguishers should not be kept next to ovens, generators or other areas where a fire is likely to break out, as the fire itself may prevent you from reaching them. Aim to keep them no more than 10 metres away so that they can be grabbed quickly in an emergency. In the UK, there are fixed fire extinguisher cabinet distance requirements for businesses, which stipulate that you should never be more than 30 metres away from an extinguisher.

How many fire extinguishers do I need?

Buying a single fire extinguisher cabinet is straightforward, but if you have spacious business premises or several high-risk areas within your worksite, you may need more than one fire extinguisher with cabinet. Our ordering system makes it easy to buy multiple fire extinguisher cabinets in a box. We also provide Fire Cabinet Kits, which contain useful fire safety information and safe usage instructions. You may also be interested in our purpose-designed Reception Area Fire Safety Bundle Kit, which comes complete with CO2 and water fire extinguishers, a double fire extinguisher stand, a metal fire document cabinet, fire blanket, first aid kit and safety signage. Our Office Fire Safety Bundle Kit provides a similar range of items to ensure that you have the right products to help you get started.

Do I need different types of fire extinguisher?

It is essential that you and anyone else on the premises know the difference between the various types of fire extinguishers and which type of fire they should be used to fight. Our essential guide to different types of fire extinguisher will help you select the correct equipment for your specific location. In some situations, you will need a double fire extinguisher cabinet to be able to keep two different types of extinguisher at hand. It is essential that all workplace employees are trained to recognise the clear colour coding to know at a glance which fire extinguisher should be used for the specific type of fire at hand.