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Extinguishers

Since 1967 Fire Extinguisher Sales & Service, Inc. has sold, serviced and inspected fire extinguishers, fire suppression systems and other safety equipment. Trust your business to the experts and have peace of mind knowing that your property and employees will be safeguarded from fire and other emergencies.

Pressurized Water

Extinguishers that use pressurized water are generally inexpensive and harmless. When compared to chemical based counterparts, the mess from a pressurized water extinguisher is easy to clean up. Pressurized water can be used on Class A fires.

Water Mist

Water mist extinguishers are ideal for Class A and C fires. These extinguishers create a mist that doesn’t allow electricity to be conducted back to the operator.

Dry Chemicals

Dry chemical powder can be used coat the surface of burning materials which causes the fire to die. Dry chemicals can be used on Class A, B and C fires.

Clean Agents

Clean agent extinguishers can extinguish fires in one of three ways, displacing oxygen, reducing heat in the area of combustion or preventing chemical reactions from occurring. Ideal for sensitive areas, clean agents don’t leave residue on surfaces after being deployed. Clean agents can be used on Class B and C fires.

Wheeled Units

Specifically made to protect people and property in high-risk areas, wheeled units are heavy-duty portable fire extinguishers which can be operated by one person. These units are frequently used in manufacturing facilities, airports, mills and other high-risk areas.

Class D

Specific agents are needed to extinguish a metal fire. Dry chemicals specially designed for metal fires are often copper or sodium chloride based, depending on the application.

Class K

Although fires originating from cooking oils are technically apart of Class B fires, they have been given their own class due to their unique characteristics. Dry chemicals or CO2 is generally used to combat these fires.
 

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