High Performance 4.5kg ABE Dry Chemical Powder
Fire Products Direct High Performance 4.5kg ABE Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher is multi-purpose fire extinguisher for use in commercial and mine specific vehicle, where space is at a premium. High Performance 4.5kg ABE Dry Chemical Powder can also be used in small, medium and large industrial units, workshops, large shop areas and offices.
High Performance 4.5kg ABE Dry Chemical Powder complete with hose and standard wall bracket. Brand new, Australian Standards approved, Mines Compliant includes wall bracket and maintenance tag.
Dry powder fire extinguishers are the most flexible fire extinguisher types and are able to extinguish Flammable solids, liquids, gasses and electrical fires. These are often recommended for use on vehicles and in the home, but although they are multi purpose, powder fire extinguishers are not recommended for use in enclosed spaces, or on sensitive electrical equipment if other more suitable types of extinguisher are available. For fires caused by flammable liquids and gases, the most suitable fire equipment would be dry powder fire extinguishers. These standard safety devices are safe to use on most types of fires, classified as class A, B and E. Since powder is its main component, this type of extinguisher works well in substances such as fat, oil, grease, butane and paint.
4.5Kg of High Performance (90% MAP)Dry Chemical Powder: Carbon/Wood (A), Oil/Liquids (B) and Electrical Fires (E) / Wall Mounting Bracket / Certified and Approved to Australian Standards / Brand New / FPD Extended Warranty
|Extinguisher Type||4.5Kg High Performance ABE Dry Chemical Powder|
|Operating Pressure||13.5 bar|
|Extinguisher Height||560 mm|
|Cylinder Height||470 mm|
|Cylinder Width||133 mm|
|Cylinder Volume||5.6 L|
|Full Weight||8.1 kg|
|Test Pressure||35 bar|
|Material Valve||Nickel Plated Brass|
|Handel Lever||Stainless Steel 304|
|Finish: Cylinder||Powder Coated Red|
|Standard Approval||AS 1841.5|
|BSI Benchmark No.||BMP 568165|
|ActivFire Certificate No.||Afp-2350|
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