4.5kg Fire Extinguisher Dry Chemical Powder ABE
4.5kg ABE DCP (Dry Chemical Powder) is a multi purpose fire protection. It is the perfect combination of size, cost and fire fighting effectiveness. The 4.5kg Dry Chemical Powder extinguisher is suitable for use in homes, commercial vehicles / tracks and where medium/larger for larger offices, retail shops, factories as well as buses, trucks and larger commercial boats.
4.5kg Fire Extinguisher Dry Chemical Powder ABE comes comes with FPD Extended Warranty, a hose, wall bracket and maintenance test tag . A very popular all rounder, It can be used on fires involving flammable liquids eg petrol, oil, paint, LPG, can be used on live electrical equipment fires, and ordinary combustibles like wood, textiles, rubber, plastics and paper.
|Agent Type:||ABE Dry Chemical Powder|
|Discharge Time:||15.8 secs|
|Dimensions W x H:||140 x 515mm|
|Cylinder Pressure Test:||5 Yearly|
|Periodic Test Pressure:||2.0MPa|
|Cylinder Finish:||Powder Coated Red|
|Handle Finish:||Powder Coated Red|
|Valve Finish:||Plated Brass|
Fire Extinguisher ABE DCP Dry Chemical Powder is suitable for class A, B and E fires, meaning it can tackle most fires involving wood/paper, flammable liquids and electrical fires.
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9 kg dry chemical fire extinguishers can be used on the following types of fire: Class A fires – Ordinary combustibles Class B fires – Flammable and combustible liquids Class E fires – Electrically energised equipment
4.5kg dry chemical fire extinguisher is one of our most popular fire extinguishers and for obvious reasons. It is powerful and a great size that anyone can use. This fire extinguisher features a hose which makes it better and easier to aim the dry chemical powder directly into the fire for increased efficiency.
4.5kg ABE dry chemical fire extinguisher can be used on the following types of fire:
• Class A fires – Ordinary combustibles
• Class B fires – Flammable and combustible liquids
• Class E fires – Electrically energised equipment