Hand held Fire extinguisher unit is a vital part of any active fire system, responsible for suppressing small fires and during emergency conditions. However, it can’t operate effectively in an out-of-control fire that spread over large areas and up to the ceiling.
Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher is designed to be used effectively on Class F fires, including cooking oils, organic materials, and burning fats. Just make sure to use it right! It can also be used on Class A and B fires, aside from the primary Class F fire. Avoid using the Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher on gas fires, flammable liquids, and electrical fires
Carbon Dioxide Fire ExtinguisherCarbon Dioxide extinguishers are perfect for buildings packed with electrical appliances such as offices and workshops. It is used mostly to suppress Class B fires and flammable liquids such as petrol. This type doesn’t cool fire effectively, so the fire may start again
Powder Fire Extinguisher is a multi-tasking extinguisher, suitable for fires of Class A, B, and C. It can also be used effectively on electrical equipment. One drawback; powder extinguisher doesn’t cool the fire and it may re-ignite again. This type can cause loss of visibility and breathing problems, so, it is not recommended to use in closed buildings. There are three types, which are ABC powder, M28 powder, and L2 powder
The Standard Water Extinguisher unit is the typical fire extinguisher and most cost-effective model, pumping fire at high pressure. It is suitable to control Class A fires, fighting flames of wood, cardboard, fabric, and solid materials. Never use water handheld extinguishers on oil, burning fat, and electric appliances
Similar to the standard water extinguisher, a water spray extinguisher is used with any solid material such as furnishing, paper, plastic, and more. The only difference is that it includes a spray nozzle instead of a jet nozzle, covering a wider area at a quicker pace
Dry Water Mist Extinguisher can suppress any fire type, including class F fire, the fiercest fire type. The water is transformed into microscopic particles that extinguish the flames and avoid its re-ignition.