New Aluminium Dry Powder extinguishers with Marine Approval
8th June 2009
The introduction of the Synergy Aluminium Dry Powder ushers in a new generation of fire extinguishers that provide an outstanding combination of versatility, performance and corrosion resistance.
These top quality extinguishers have comprehensive European approvals including BS EN3 Kitemark, CE Quality Mark and carry the Marine Equipment Directive Ships Wheel approval for marine use.
Available in 1Kg and 2Kg options they have Class ABC fire ratings effective on solid combustibles, flammable liquid petroleum and hydrocarbons and flammable gases. The ultra light weight and corrosion resistance make them a quality choice for Boats, Cars, Caravans and utility vehicles and tough applications subject to atmospheric corrosion.
The Synergy range is in stock and available for next day delivery from Fire and Safety Centre.
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