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Fire Extinguishers

CO2

Recommended for fires involving electrical equipment
Best combination is to have a water additive or foam unit alongside
Leaves behind no residue

CO2

Excellent all-round fire extinguishers
Not suitable for use in enclosed spaces
Safe to be used on fires involving electrical equipment
Class A (wood, paper, cloth, etc)
B (flammable liquids)
DO NOT use near live electrical equipment
Class A (wood, paper, cloth, etc)
DON'T use on live electrical equipment
Supplied filled and ready for use
Cannot be used on Class B fires involving flammable liquids such as petrol or diesel.
Only work with animal fats and vegetable oils
Creates a fine mist, which cools the flames and prevents splashing.

Each year there are hundreds of fires on construction sites, potentially putting the lives of workers and members of the public at risk. Fire safety in construction is about preventing fires from starting and ensuring people’s safety if they do.

Fire extinguishers are a key component in health and safety on site and it’s important to know which extinguisher is required for different types of fire.fire-extinguisher-colour-chart

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