Water Additive Fire Extinguishers

Water Additive Fire Extinguishers

Fires are caused when materials have reached their igniting stage and when classified as combustible. A fire spreads out when surrounding materials are exposed to heat, fueled by substances of its components and oxygen in the air that sustains any combustion. To stop...
Foam Fire Extinguishers

Foam Fire Extinguishers

The dual rating for types ‘A’ & ‘B’ fires mark the Foam Extinguisher’s ability to contain and put out fires from combustible materials and flammable liquids. The Foam Extinguisher contains an Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF). As it...
CO2 Fire Extinguishers

CO2 Fire Extinguishers

A Carbon Dioxide fire extinguisher will not work well for type ‘A’ fires. The blast from a CO2 extinguisher is bound to spread pieces of flaming paper and slivers of wood across the area and cause its spreading. While its use in ‘D’ type fires...