Class A and B fires. Being an electrically non-conductive agent, dry powder fire extinguishers are also safe to use on (Class E) involving equipment carrying live electrical current.
Type A - Carbonaceous Materials (Paper, Timber, Cardboard), Type B - Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Type E - Electrically Energised Risks. Fire Rating - 1A10B:E. Inspection and maintenance of all Fire Extinguishers should be performed at regular six monthly intervals as required by Australian Standard AS1851 by an authorised or Licenced Contractor.
Range of Size
31120 Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher - 1kg
31121 Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher - 2.5 kg
31122 Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher - 4.5kg
31123 Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher - 9kg
The epoxy powder coated steel cylinders stand up to our harsh elements and they contain siliconised powder, which allows them to operate after vigorous vibration, such as in a semi-trailer or boat.
The hot forged brass operating valve is fitted with a pressure indicator and incorporates facility to enable 'in service' testing as required by Australian Standard AS1851.1.
In-built pressure gauge
Meets the Australian Standards AS1851.1.
Meets ISO9001 Quality Management approval
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