Fire Extinguisher Sales and Inspections/Certification
ABC Dry Chemical:
This is the most common fire extinguisher found throughout facilities and businesses due to its multipurpose ratings. These come in a variety of sizes including 2.5#, 5#, 10#, 20#, and larger wheeled units for specialized uses. These fire extinguishers are rated for A, B, and C Class fires.
Carbon Dioxide is a trusted, non-conductive, clean agent, and the most effective at dealing with electronic equipment fires. These units leave zero residue with the discharge of the extinguisher, but are only rated for Class B and C fires. Common uses are for automotive or flammable liquids with processes such as painting, dipping, and coating. These extinguishers work well in situations where a typical ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher may ruin or damage something in case of a discharge.
These types of extinguishers are less common, but are usually found around high-value electrical equipment such as servers, switches, UPS systems, and telecommunications systems. They are filled with liquid halocarbon agents like HFC-134a and HFC-123 that replace the old, substantially ozone-depleting halons. These are completely life-safe, electrically non-conductive, and do not leave a residue upon evaporation of the agent.
Water and Water Mist:
Water and Water Mist units provide effective and economical protection for common combustible fires. Deionized water and a unique spray nozzle make this type of extinguisher safe for use on energized electrical equipment and also a great choice for libraries and hospitals. Water extinguishers are rated for Class A fires, while Water Mist units may be used for Class A and C fires.
Wet Chemical Class K:
Most effective for use on grease fires, Wet Chemical Class K units are typically found in kitchens or production lines containing oil used for cooking purposes. Its blend of potassium acetate and potassium citrate make this unit extremely effective at suppressing high-temperature fires involving cooking oils or grease.
Combustible Metals – Class D:
Specifically designed for use on combustible metal fires, this extinguisher features a discharge assembly that provides accurate application of the agent while keeping the operator at a safe distance.
Fire Extinguishers and Hose Cabinets Equipment and Accessories
Total Fire Protections carries all types of standard and specialized cabinets, covers, labels, signs and equipment for your fire protection needs. We have all the necessary equipment from an open-office environment to an industrial oil field.
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