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Fire Extinguishers

We carry a complete range of fire extinguishers suitable for every application.

There are three main types of fire extinguisher: Carbon Dioxide, Foam and Powder. Which type you need depends on your environment. It is vital that you speak to a fire safety professional before you have fire extinguishers installed. Pax Fire Control advise companies and organsations across the region as to exactly what they need to meet their requirements. Get in touch today >

Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishers

Suitability:

Suitable for all premises where live electrical equipment, computers, TV’s, machines, small liquid and welding fires.

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Foam

Foam Fire Extinguishers

Suitability:

Suitable for all premises that require an A class extinguisher to comply with the RRO; shops, hospitals, offices, hotels residential homes, care homes and any premises with a flammable liquid risk.

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Powder

Powder Fire Extinguishers

Suitability:

Suitable for class A; wood, paper and cloth etc class B; flammable liquids, class C; Flammable gases- (but never put out a gas fire that can not then be turned off) and safe on live electrical equipment.

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Water

Water Fire Extinguishers

Suitability:

Suitable for class A; wood, paper and cloth etc.

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Water Additive

Water Additive Fire Extinguishers

Suitability:

Suitable for class A; wood, paper and cloth etc. Safe to use on electrical fires in the event of it being used accidentally.

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Wet Chemical

Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers

Suitability:

Suitable for use on deep fat fryers or in commercial cooking operations. Some may also be used on Class A fires in commercial kitchens.

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Not sure what type of fire extinguisher you need?

If you don’t know what sort of fire extinguisher you require our highly skilled and experienced team will be able to advise you to make sure you have everything to need to be safe.

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Not sure what you need?   Arrange a fire saftey review today >

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