Fire Secure provides installation and maintenance for all types of fire extinguishers.
As there are many fire extinguishers to choose from it is essential you install the right ones for your premises type. We supply offices, schools, shops, hospitals, nursing homes, factories and warehouses etc.
- Foam fire extinguishers (Class A & B fires) – Suitable for use on Class A solid combustible fires and Class B flammable liquid fires this includes, paper, card, textiles, wood and flammable liquids such as paint and petrol. Foam fire extinguishers create a cooling blanket effect, smothering burning materials and preventing reignition. Do not use for kitchen fires or electricals.
- Dry Powder fire extinguishers (Class A, B, C, D & Electrical fires) – These are multi-purpose fire extinguishers and can be used to put out fires from most flammable items such as: paper, wood, textiles, petrol, diesel, metal and paint. Dry powder fire extinguishers smother fires by forming a barrier between the fuel and the source of oxygen. Do not use on oil-based fires.
- Wet Chemical fire extinguishers (Class A, B & F fires) – Wet chemical extinguishers are suitable for use on Class F fires involving cooking oils and fats, such as lard, olive oil, sunflower oil, maize oil and butter. They can also be used on Class A fires (wood, paper and fabrics) and Class B fires (flammable liquids). Do not use on electrical fires, flammable materials or liquid or gas fires.
- Co2 fire extinguishers (Class B & Electrical fires) – CO2 fire extinguishers are suitable for areas with a large amount of electrical equipment such as offices or a network/data centre. They can also be used on Class B fires involving flammable liquids such paraffin or petrol. CO2 extinguishers work by smothering the fire and cutting off the supply of air. Do not use on kitchen fires, paper, wood or textiles.
- Water fire extinguishers (Class A fires) – Water-based fire extinguishers are one of the most popular and cost-effective ways to fight Class A fires, those fuelled by solid materials such as wood, paper or textiles. Do not use on liquid, kitchen fires or electrical fires.