New Clean Agent Fire extinguishers added to range
12th March 2009
A new range of compact and economical fixed automatic “Clean Agent” fire extinguisher are now available.
The 1Kg and 2Kg capacity Fireblitz extinguishers contain FE-36 "clean agent", a gas based suppressant for Class B & C fires (flammable liquids and gases) that is also safe to use on electrical fires. FE-36 provides a direct replacement for Halon the use of which is now prohibited in the UK. FE-36 leaves no harmful residue, is non corrosive, non conductive and environmentally safe. It is ideal for protecting boat engine compartments, plant and machinery bays, sensitive electronic equipment and stored valuables and documents.
Both models are fitted with a 79 Deg.C Glass Bulb sprinkler head that operates the fire extinguisher automatically in the event of fire providing 24 hour protection. The 1Kg capacity has a rated use for a maximum enclosed volume of up to 1.7 cubic metres and the 2Kg 3.4 cubic metres.
A 5 year warranty is provided. The units include mounting bracket, all fixings and completed maintenance label.
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