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Bartec can take care of all your fire extinguisher needs, helping you make sure to choose the best and correct type of extinguisher for your building.
NOTE: Although ABC and BC Dry Chemical extinguishers can control a fire involving electronic equipment, the National Fire Code (NFPA 75-1999 edition), Section 6-3-2, specifically advises against dry-chemical extinguishers for fires involving computers or other delicate electronic equipment due to the potential damage from residues.
Multiple Purpose Dry Chemical (ABC)
Multi-purpose fire extinguishers utilize a dry chemical agent (siliconized mono ammonium phosphate) that suppresses Class A, B and C fires.
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
CO2 is discharged as a white cloud that smothers the fire by eliminating its oxygen. It is a clean, non-contaminating, odorless gas and is safe for use on clothing, equipment, valuable documents or food.
Class K Extinguishers
Excellent for commercial kitchens, restaurants and culinary schools. Intended to put out extremely hot grease and oil fires.
Purple K Dry Chemical
Purple K fire extinguishers contain a specially fluidized and siliconized potassium bicarbonate dry chemical, which is particularly effective on high-hazard Class B and Class C fires.
Class D Extinguishers
Class D fire extinguishers contain a sodium chloride based dry chemical extinguishing agent. They are specifically for use in areas where combustible metals are present.
Water mist extinguishers are designed to provide customers with an environmentally friendly clean agent. The extinguishant is simply distilled water and therefore is non-toxic and leaves no residue.
Halotron is a “Clean Agent” HydroChloroFluoroCarbon discharged as a rapidly evaporating liquid which leaves no residue. It effectively extinguishes Class A and B fires by cooling and smothering.
Chimney Fire Extinguishers
Protect your home with Chimfex, the original chimney fire extinguisher that can extinguish a chimney fire in just seconds.
Important facts to know regarding a fire
No one is required to put out a fire, however, if you attempt to extinguish one you need to know about fire extinguishers.