Foam Fire Extinguisher 9lt

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What is a foam fire extinguisher used for?

• Fires involving flammable solids, such as paper, wood, and textiles (‘class A’ fires)
• Fires involving some flammable liquids, such as petrol or diesel (‘class B’ fires)
• Fires involving electrical appliances IF the extinguisher has passed the 35kv conductivity test

Please note: foam extinguishers are not explicitly designed for use on electrical fires.

For more info Read our blog here on when and how to use your Foam Fire Extinguisher

Description

A foam fire extinguisher is suitable for the majority of business premises.

Read our blog here on when and how to use your Foam Fire Extinguisher

These fire extinguishers are a versatile and effective tool for fighting fires. They are particularly useful for fires involving flammable liquids, such as petrol or oil, as well as fires involving solid combustibles, such as wood or paper.

Using a fire extinguisher

Follow these steps:

1. Pull the pin from the handle to break the tamper seal.
2. Aim the nozzle at the base of the fire.
3. Squeeze the handle to release the foam.
4. Sweep the nozzle from side to side until the fire is out.

It is important to remember to always stand a safe distance away from the fire and never turn your back on it while using an extinguisher and if you are unable to control the fire with the extinguisher, evacuate the area immediately and call your local the fire authority.

Maintain your foam fire extinguisher

It is necessary to conduct regular inspections and maintenance. Inspections should be conducted monthly and should include checking the pressure gauge, ensuring the tamper seal is intact, and checking for any signs of damage or corrosion. Annual maintenance should be conducted by a qualified technician and should include a full inspection, pressure testing, and refilling the extinguisher if necessary.

The chemicals inside a foam fire extinguisher are a mixture of water, foam concentrate, and pressurized air or nitrogen. The foam concentrate is a mixture of water and a foaming agent, such as synthetic detergents or protein-based materials. When released from the extinguisher, the foam expands and blankets the fuel, smothering the fire and preventing it from reigniting.

In conclusion, foam fire extinguishers are a valuable tool for fighting fires involving flammable liquids and solid combustibles. Proper use, maintenance, and inspection are necessary to ensure the extinguisher is ready and effective in the event of a fire. The chemicals inside the extinguisher are a mixture of water, foam concentrate, and pressurized air or nitrogen, which work together to smother the fire and prevent it from reigniting.

DOCUMENTATION

9lt Product Spec sheets and documentation please visit Centa 9lt Foam Fire Extinguishers documents.

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