Fire Products Direct 2l Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher best suitable for Class F fires (cooking oil and deep-fat fryer), kitchen is one area where there is a likelihood of a fire occurring due to the presence of flammable liquids such as cooking oil.
A wet chemical fire extinguisher can be used in putting out kitchen fires. Fires brought by substances such as cooking oil, vegetable oil and the like. It gradually forms a seal around the burning oil to prevent oxygen from reigniting existing flames. The extinguisher is also distinct for it is known to extinguish fires in a progressive manner, rather than suddenly eliminating flames. Even specialists claim that a sudden move could aggravate fire incidents if it involves cooking oils and burning fats.
2L Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher: Wall Mounting Bracket / Certified and Approved to Australian Standards / Brand New / FPD Extended Warranty
2 Litre Wet Chemical fire extinguishers are best suitable for use in the kitchen where fires involving cooking fats and oils.
|Extinguisher Type||2 Litre Wet Chemical|
|Agent Capacity||2 Litres|
|Agent Type||Wet Chemical|
|Total Mass||4.4 kg|
|Dimensions: Height||430 mm|
|Dimensions: Diameter||120 mm|
|Cylinder Pressure Test||5 yearly|
|Test Pressure||25 bar|
|Construction: Cylinder||Stainless Steel|
|Finish: Cylinder||Powder Coated Red|
|Finish: Valve||Nickel Plated Brass|
|Finish: Handle||Powder Coated Red/Stainless Steel|
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