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  • Trustpilot
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  • Fire & Safety in the Workplace
    Extinguisher Spares and clearance stock Extinguisher Accessories Fire Extinguisher Cabinets and Stands Extinguisher Consumables Discount Safety Packs Fire Blankets Hose Reels Fire Buckets Fire Alarms Detectors Escape Ladders First Aid Products Fireproof Storage Other Safety Products Fire Brigade Equipment Fire Safety Signs and Notices Personal Protection Equipment and Clothing Fire Log Books and Safety Manuals Emergency Evacuation Devices Spill Control Products Winter Safety Products Water Mist Information About Us Advice Blog Service Maintenance FAQ Contact Us Login Register 0 Item s 0 00 ex VAT 0 00 inc VAT Tweet Document Holders Fireproof Filing Cabinets Fire Resistant Cabinets Fireproof Data Safes Security Cash Safes Fire Safety in the Workplace eBook Learn everything you need to know about fire and safety in the workplace in our FREE eBook Simply fill out the form below to download The layperson s guide to fire safety in the workplace Latest Edition Available Now Be aware of your responsibilities under current fire legislations Thank you for downloading our eBook If your download doesn t start click here You ll need the free Adobe Reader to open the file To best utilise the links contained within the eBook save the download and open the eBook within

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  • Extinguisher Service & Maintenance | Fire and Safety Centre
    First Aid Products Fireproof Storage Other Safety Products Fire Brigade Equipment Fire Safety Signs and Notices Personal Protection Equipment and Clothing Fire Log Books and Safety Manuals Emergency Evacuation Devices Spill Control Products Winter Safety Products Water Mist Information About Us Advice Blog Service Maintenance FAQ Contact Us Login Register 0 Item s 0 00 ex VAT 0 00 inc VAT Tweet Document Holders Fireproof Filing Cabinets Fire Resistant Cabinets Fireproof Data Safes Security Cash Safes Welcome to Northern Fire and Safety Customers Fire and Safety Centre can now offer service and maintenance of fire extinguishers within the Lincolnshire South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire areas through our service division Northern Fire and Safety For service and maintenance of fire extinguishers outside these areas and fire alarm and detection systems emergency lighting systems and wet and dry riser maintenance nationally we can offer a full service through our service partner Fire Safety Services UK Limited a BAFE registered company Please call 01724 281044 277479 to arrange a quotation or use our Contact Us page to get in touch It is essential to properly maintain fire extinguishers and fire safety systems British Standard Code of Practice BS 5306 Part 3 recommends that your fire extinguishers are serviced by a competent person at least annually to ensure that they will function in an emergency BS5306 contains recommended service schedules for the different types of extinguishers Employers also have a legal responsibility under the RRO to ensure that extinguishers within the work place are serviced to ensure they are in an efficient state in efficient working order and in good repair To ensure compliance with this legislation a responsible person within your organisation should also conduct a visual inspection on a regular basis to ensure the extinguisher has not been damaged or accidentally discharged

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  • Which Fire Extinguisher for Which Kind of Fire?
    Products Fire Brigade Equipment Fire Safety Signs and Notices Personal Protection Equipment and Clothing Fire Log Books and Safety Manuals Emergency Evacuation Devices Spill Control Products Winter Safety Products Water Mist Information About Us Advice Blog Service Maintenance FAQ Contact Us Login Register 0 Item s 0 00 ex VAT 0 00 inc VAT Tweet Document Holders Fireproof Filing Cabinets Fire Resistant Cabinets Fireproof Data Safes Security Cash Safes Fire Extinguisher Usage Guide This guide illustrates the types of fire that each kind of fire extinguisher is suitable for Under the old standard the whole of the body of the extinguisher was painted the appropriate colour code to indicate its use The new standard is BS EN3 part 5 and an extinguisher is Signal Red with a band of colour above the instructions to signify the use of the extinguisher For more information call our customer support team on 01724 281044 or use our contact form CLICK CATEGORY NAME FOR MORE INFO Wood paper textiles and other carbon aceous materials Flammable liquids petrols and spirits Flammable gasses For example propane and butane Fires involving burning metals Fires caused by electrical equipment where electric current may be present Cooking oil and fat For example olive oil maize oil lard and butter Water Click to buy Foam Click to buy Dry Powder Click to buy L2 Click to buy CO2 Gas Click to buy Wet Chemical Click to buy Water Mist Click to buy A Powder Extinguisher will leave a residue that can damage sensitive electrical equipment If possible use a CO2 Extinguisher Notes Electrical equipment can be a factor in many types of fire When possible always isolate the electrical supply before using a water fire extinguisher Quick Call Back If you would like to speak with someone about which fire

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  • What do Fire extinguisher Ratings Mean? - Fire and Safety Centre Articles
    bigger the fire of that Class that can be extinguished For a more detailed explanation read on Fire Ratings Explained Most fire extinguishers have a fire Rating printed on the canister This code for example 13A 55B defines the Class or type of fire and the size of fire this type of fire extinguisher is capable of extinguishing Thus in our 13A 55B example this extinguisher will combat a Class A fire typically freely burning materials like wood cloth and coal of Size 13 or a Class B fire flammable liquid of size 55 For Class A fires the Size test is conducted using a fire comprising an open latticework of wooden sticks approx 40mm square x 500mm long piled 14 high The number 13 comes from the number of sticks in each row as the example below Fire extinguishers that can put out a fire up to this size are rated 13A A 34A would extinguish a stack with 34 sticks and so on so the higher the number the bigger the fire it can extinguish In practice you should estimate the volume of combustibles at risk against this benchmark and select the most applicable size for the job Always err on the side of caution Having decided a 13A rating is appropriate you can then compare Ratings on the different types of extinguishing agents and available sizes to decide the most appropriate for your application Available 13A rated extinguishers Plain Water 6 litre Water with Additive 3 litre Foam AFFF 3litre ABC Dry Powder 2Kg CO2 is unsuitable for this type of fire In our example 13A 55B we then have to look at 55B Class B fires involve burning liquids like petrol oils not cooking oils heptane etc Only AFFF foam CO2 and Dry Powder extinguishers are

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  • Water fire extinguishers - Fire and Safety Centre
    Storage Other Safety Products Fire Brigade Equipment Fire Safety Signs and Notices Personal Protection Equipment and Clothing Fire Log Books and Safety Manuals Emergency Evacuation Devices Spill Control Products Winter Safety Products Water Mist Information About Us Advice Blog Service Maintenance FAQ Contact Us Login Register 0 Item s 0 00 ex VAT 0 00 inc VAT Tweet Document Holders Fireproof Filing Cabinets Fire Resistant Cabinets Fireproof Data Safes Security Cash Safes Water fire extinguisher uses Click to play video Water fire extinguishers can be used for Class A fires i e solids only such as wood paper plastics and fabrics They are not suitable for controlling Class B liquid fires e g paraffin petrol oil based fires including chip pan fires or on electrical fires and where electricity is involved unless the supply can be disconnected first Water fire extinguishers are colour coded with a red label Do not be confused with the normal red paint finish on the main body of most types of fire extinguisher The fire extinguisher works by water under pressure cooling burning material How to use a water fire extinguisher Direct the jet at the base of the flame and keep it moving across

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  • Foam fire extinguishers - Fire and Safety Centre
    Other Safety Products Fire Brigade Equipment Fire Safety Signs and Notices Personal Protection Equipment and Clothing Fire Log Books and Safety Manuals Emergency Evacuation Devices Spill Control Products Winter Safety Products Water Mist Information About Us Advice Blog Service Maintenance FAQ Contact Us Login Register 0 Item s 0 00 ex VAT 0 00 inc VAT Tweet Document Holders Fireproof Filing Cabinets Fire Resistant Cabinets Fireproof Data Safes Security Cash Safes Foam fire extinguisher uses Click to play video Foam fire extinguishers or AFFF fire extinguishers are more versatile than water and are lighter in weight compared with water equivalents delivering similar supressant performance Foam fire extinguishers can be used for Class A B fires but are not recommended for fires involving electricity unless the electrical current can be disconnected first Foam fire extinguishers are colour coded with a cream label A foam fire extinguisher discharges a foam solution under pressure that forms a blanket or film on the surface of a burning liquid creating a barrier between the fire vapours and the air necessary to support combustion thereby smothering the fire How to use a foam fire extinguisher on Class B liquid fires Where the liquid on fire is in a container direct the spray at the back edge of the container or at an adjoining vertical surface above the level of the burning liquid This allows the foam to build up and flow across the surface of the liquid to smother the fire Where this is not possible stand well back direct the spray over the fire with a gentle sweeping movement allow the foam to drop down and lie on the surface of the burning liquid This procedure should also be used to tackle Class A type fires involving solids Do not aim the spray directly into

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  • Dry powder fire extinguishers - Fire and Safety Centre
    Blankets Hose Reels Fire Buckets Fire Alarms Detectors Escape Ladders First Aid Products Fireproof Storage Other Safety Products Fire Brigade Equipment Fire Safety Signs and Notices Personal Protection Equipment and Clothing Fire Log Books and Safety Manuals Emergency Evacuation Devices Spill Control Products Winter Safety Products Water Mist Information About Us Advice Blog Service Maintenance FAQ Contact Us Login Register 0 Item s 0 00 ex VAT 0 00 inc VAT Tweet Document Holders Fireproof Filing Cabinets Fire Resistant Cabinets Fireproof Data Safes Security Cash Safes Dry powder fire extinguishers Fire and Safety Centre The ABC Dry Powder or Dry Chemical charged fire extinguisher is a multi purpose fire extinguisher and can be used on Classes A B C fires They can also be used on electrical fires but leave a residue that may be harmful to sensistive electronics Powder fire extinguishers are colour coded with a blue label Dry Powder fire extinguishers work by chemical reaction with the fire causing the particles to expand chemically inhibiting combustion and expelling the oxygen thereby smothering the flames Specialist L2 and M28 powder extinguishers are available for metal fires How to use a dry powder fire extinguisher On fires involving either liquids in containers or spilled liquids direct the nozzle towards the near edge of the fire With the rapid sweeping motion drive the fire towards the far edge until all the flames are extinguished On fires involving flowing liquids direct the nozzle at the base of the flames and sweep upwards On fires in electrical equipment switch off the current if safe to do so and then direct the nozzle straight at the fire Where the equipment is enclosed direct into any opening with the object of penetrating the interior When the fire appears to be extinguished shut off the discharger

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