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Fire Extinguisher ABC

Fire Extinguisher ABC

Regular price Rs2,800.00 NPR
Regular price Rs3,200.00 NPR Sale price Rs2,800.00 NPR
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These extinguishers typically use dry chemical agents, such as monoammonium phosphate, to suppress flames by interrupting the chemical reaction of the fire triangle (heat, fuel, and oxygen).

Key Features:

  • Classification by Fire Type: Fire extinguishers are classified based on the types of fires they can effectively combat. These classifications often include:
    • Class A: Ordinary combustibles like wood, paper, and cloth.
    • Class B: Flammable liquids such as gasoline, oil, and grease.
    • Class C: Electrical fires involving energized electrical equipment.
    • Class D: Combustible metals like magnesium and titanium.
    • Class K: Cooking oils and fats typically found in commercial kitchens.
  • Types of Fire Extinguishers: Common types of fire extinguishers include:
    • Water and foam extinguishers (Class A fires).
    • CO2 extinguishers (Class B and C fires).
    • Dry chemical extinguishers (Class A, B, and C fires).
    • Wet chemical extinguishers (Class K fires).
    • Class D extinguishers for metal fires.
  • Pressure Indicator: Most fire extinguishers have a pressure gauge or indicator to show whether the extinguisher is fully charged and ready for use.
  • Operating Mechanism: Fire extinguishers typically operate by squeezing a handle to release the extinguishing agent, which is expelled through a nozzle or hose.
  • Size and Capacity: Fire extinguishers come in various sizes, ranging from small units suitable for home use to larger units for industrial or commercial settings. The capacity of extinguishing agents varies accordingly.
  • Maintenance and Inspection: Regular maintenance and inspection are crucial to ensure that fire extinguishers are operational and compliant with safety standards. This includes periodic checks, refills, and servicing by qualified personnel.
  • User Instructions: Each fire extinguisher includes clear instructions on proper usage, typically summarized with the acronym PASS:
    • Pull the pin.
    • Aim at the base of the fire.
    • Squeeze the handle.
    • Sweep from side to side.
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