Foam Fire Extinguishers

Foam fire extinguishers are best suited to fuel fires, used primarily for flammable liquids and other fuel fires.
However, there are several different types such as: Water, Foam, Dry Powder, Carbon Dioxide & Wet Chemical.

Fire extinguishers are provided for many reasons such as, insurance purposes, floor space risk ratings & fire safety.

There are several styles of fire extinguishers: Such as Stored Pressure, Cartridge Operated or Factory Sealed.

Stored Pressure = extinguisher is charged with nitrogen (much like charging a car tyre at the pumps).
Cartridge Operated = extinguisher is fitted internally with different sizes cartridges (pin punctured on activation).
Factory Sealed = extinguisher is fully pressurized and sealed at factory (only recharged under factory conditions).

Stored pressure fire extinguishers (supplied by MG Fire Safety Group), are the most cost-effective units to purchase. Very few spare parts and the spare parts required are cheap to replace and readily available.
This means, fewer spare parts and you are less likely to receive unexpected service charges.

Fire Extinguishers Classes Of Fire:

Class A = Flammable Solids (Coal, Hay, Wood, Leather, Paper, Solid Plastics, Leaves, Cloths, Grain & Sugar)
Class B = Flammable Liquids (Petrol ,Diesel, Solvents, Methylated Spirits, Adhesives, Paraffin, Paints & Creosote)
Class C = Flammable Gasses (Propane, Butane, Pentane, Methane, Acetylene, Ethylene, Hydrogen & Ammonia)
Class D = Flammable Metals (Magnesium, Titanium, Lithium, Sodium, Cadmium, Cobalt, Manganese, Zirconium)
Class F = Flammable Cooking Oils (Whale, Olive, Rapeseed, Maize, Sunflower & Palm Oils, Butter, Lard, Marge)
Electrical = Fires Involving Electrical Equipment (TV, Sockets, Electrical Cables, Photocopier, Toaster, Microwave)

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