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Fire Extinguishers

You should check your Fire Extinguishers every year to ensure that they conform to current regulations and are in good working order. Businesses should ensure that they have the correct type of extinguisher for each work area; for example, powder or CO2 extinguishers are the best types for areas that have lots of electrical equipment, but you may need different Fire Extinguisher types in other areas.

We offer various Fire Extinguishers from which to choose. Building owners and employers are legally obligated to make certain that they meet fire safety standards, so it is important to make the right choices.

For more information see below for our buying guide.

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Fire Extinguishers: Buying Guide

The UK recognises six fire classes:

Class A fires involve organic solids such as paper and wood.
Class B fires involve flammable or combustible liquids, including petrol, grease and oil.
Class C fires involve flammable gases.
Class D fires involve combustible metals.
Class E fires involve electrical appliances.
Class F fires involve cooking fat and oil.

Using the wrong type of fire extinguisher can be ineffective or even make matters worse, so be sure that you understand the differences between Fire Extinguishers before you make a purchase.

Having dependable, high-quality fire extinguishers available is extremely important in the case of a fire emergency. If a fire should start, you want to make certain that you have the proper Fire Safety Equipment to fight the fire quickly and effectively if it is safe to do so. If a fire gets out of control, the damage to your property can be extensive. You and your employees and any visitors that you may have on your premises could be placed in danger. However, the way that you fight the fire depends on the source of the fire and the types of materials that are burning.

The effects of using an improper fire extinguisher can be as serious as not having any fire extinguisher available at all. This is the reason why we have available a wide range of Fire Extinguishers specifically designed to fight different types of fires.

Our Water Additive Fire Extinguishers have been specifically formulated for use on Class A fires containing freely burning organic materials such as wood, paper and cloth. These are the types of materials that you would expect to find in retail stock rooms, offices and other workspaces where wooden furniture predominates and there is a lot of paper or textile material. The extinguisher has a safety spray nozzle in case you accidentally use it on live electrical equipment. Our Water Additive Fire Extinguisher provides superior fire-fighting performance in smaller spaces and is more effective at fighting fires than standard water extinguishers. The extinguisher comes fully charged, and brackets are provided for easy mounting.

Our Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers are designed to fight Class A, B and F fires involving textiles, fuels and cooking oils. The wet chemicals in the extinguisher form a seal over the fire, cooling the burning oils and preventing reignition. This extinguisher is ideal for medium-sized kitchen areas or canteens and comes fully charged and with a wall-mounting bracket.

Our ABC Powder Fire Extinguisher is effective at fighting Class A, B, C and E fires. It features a durable brass valve with a pressure relief valve for added safety and uses an intuitive squeeze grip operation. It comes fully charged and with a wall-mounting bracket.

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