9L AFFF Foam Fire Extinguisher Suitable for Classes of Fire: A & B Approvals: SETSCO SCDF Approved & BS EN3 KM569890 TECHNICAL SPEC...View full details
Foam Fire Extinguisher
At Fire Guard, we provide a range of foam fire extinguishers, rigorously tested in accordance to the Fire Code regulations. We provide firefighting equipment and solutions to fight and contain the fire before it develops into a serious incident.
Foam Fire Extinguishers (Class A & B)
Foam Fire Extinguishers are most suitable for use on Class A solid combustible fires and Class B flammable liquid fires. It is suitable for extinguishing Class B fires such as petrol or diesel and are more versatile than water jet extinguishers because they can also be used on flammable solids. The form creates a blanket effect by covering the combustible material or flammable liquid with foam. These extinguishers are normally located near flammable liquids.
9L AFFF Foam Fire Extinguisher According to Directive 96/98/EC, EN 1866 and with CE-mark Manufactured according to Directive 96/98/EC (MED) with m...View full details
50L AFFF Foam Fire Extinguisher Report for conformity according to standard EN 1866-1:2008 nr. 1251-2009 Approved by CSI certified MED nr. MED/049...View full details
Foam Stored Pressure Trolley Fire Extinguisher are suitable for use on Class B fires involving flammable liquids such as paint, oil and petrol. It ...View full details
Report for conformity according to standard EN 1866-1:2008 nr. 1376-2009 Approved by CSI certified MED nr. MED/0497/144/09 DD 31/08/200 According t...View full details
DeltaFire Foam Applicator HV Series Low Expansion Branchpipe Self inducing version with optional ball valve storz C inlet Comes with Ball Valve a...View full details
Steps to Take for Putting Away a Fire
The first thing you should do in order to limit the action of a fire is to make sure that people around are informed of the accident. The fewer people are in the affected area, the fewer the accidents and injuries that may result. The following briefly illustrates the steps of using a fire extinguisher:
- Pull the Pin (usually top of the extinguishers)
- Aim the base of the fire
- Squeeze the lever slowly (release the extinguishing agent)
- Sweep from side to side (from a safe distance)