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Fire blankets, along with fire extinguishers, are essential fire safety items that can be useful in case of a fire. They are a simple but effective instant response tool for smothering fires and have added value as a body wrap that can be used to protect people escaping from a fire.
Fire blankets' versatility and ease of use make them one of the most cost-effective fire safety devices available.
Our selection of fire blankets are all made from flameproof materials and are certified to British Standards. They are Kitemarked to BSEN1869:1997 so you can feel confident that they will work as expected when you need them to.
Economy Fire Blanket 1m x 1m is a compact and highly effective fire blanket... more
Price £7.30 ex VAT
(£8.76 inc VAT)
Economy Fire Blanket 1.2m x 1.2m is supplied in high quality soft tamper proof... more
Price £10.45 ex VAT
(£12.54 inc VAT)
Economy Fire Blanket 1.8m x 1.2m is supplied in high quality soft tamper proof... more
Price £12.55 ex VAT
(£15.06 inc VAT)
Economy Fire Blanket 1.8m x 1.8m made with K40 weaved twill cloth is supplied... more
Price £25.89 ex VAT
(£31.07 inc VAT)
1m x 1m fire blanket in rigid wall mountable plastic container for smothering... more
Price £8.35 ex VAT
(£10.02 inc VAT)
1.2m x 1.2m fire blanket is a popular choice fire blanket for small commercial... more
Price £11.50 ex VAT
(£13.80 inc VAT)
1.8m x 1.2m fire blanket is contained in an industrial grade,... more
Price £13.39 ex VAT
(£16.07 inc VAT)
1.8m x 1.8m fire blanket made from K40 weaved twill cloth is contained in a... more
Price £21.99 ex VAT
(£26.39 inc VAT)
This welding drape can be used in various situations where acidic liquids,... more
From £62.28 ex VAT
(£74.74 inc VAT)
Within our range of welding drapes, this high performance medium duty welding... more
From £68.24 ex VAT
(£81.89 inc VAT)
This heavy duty welding drape is constructed of robust material with... more
From £42.04 ex VAT
(£50.45 inc VAT)
Using Fire Blankets
Fire blankets are most commonly used for cooking oil and fat fires, including chip pan fires which are one of the most common causes of fires in the home. They also have wider applications for extinguishing Class A and Class B fires including burning waste baskets, out of control barbecues, flammable liquid fires, and electrical fires.
To use a fire blanket, you need to place it completely over a fire to smother the flames and starve the fire of oxygen, which it needs to continue burning. For more information on using fire blankets, see our how-to guide.
It's important to note that fire blankets are not reusable if the outer sleeve has been significantly damaged by the fire.
Browse our fire blanket collection above.