Eagle Security Systems Ltd

Galtee House 1 Heanor Road

ILKESTON

Derbyshire

DE7 8DY

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0115 944 1234

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All new portable fire extinguishers are now coloured red and some have a zone of colour which indicates the contents of the extinguisher. This colour indication appears on the front of the extinguisher and above the operating instructions.

All new portable fire extinguishers should conform to the appropriate British Standards (BWS EN 3 and BS: 7863).

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DE7 8DY

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Water

Works mainly by cooling burning material.

Best for wood , cloth, paper, plastics, coal, etc. fires involving solids.

Not used on burning fat or oil or on to electrical appliances.

Point the jet at the base of the flames and keep it moving across the area of the fire

Ensure that all the areas of fire are out.



AFFF (Aqueous Film-Forming Foam)

(Multi- purpose)

Works by forming a fire extinguishing film on the surface of a burning liquid. It has a cooling action with a wider extinguishing application than water on solid combustible materials.

Best for wood, cloth, paper plastics, coals etc. fires involving solids. Liquids such as grease, oils, paint, petrol (except chip or fat pan fires).

For fires involving solids,

Point the jet at the base of the flames and keep it moving across the area of the fire. Ensure that all areas of the fire are out. For fires involving liquids do not aim the jet straight into the liquid. Where the liquid on fire is in a container, point the jet at the inside edge of the container or on a nearby surface above the burning liquid,Allow the foam to build up and flow across the liquid.



Carbon Dioxide C02

Best for liquids such as grease, fats, oils, paint, petrol etc. (except chip or fat pan fires). Clean, effective and safe on live electrical equipment.

This type of extinguisher does not cool the fire very well and you need to watch that the fire does not start up again. Gas from C02 extinguishers can be harmful if used in confined spaces as it displaces oxygen in the air . Ventilate the area as soon as the fire has been extinguished. The discharge horn should be directed at the base of the fire











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Designed to tackle Class F fires (cooking fat fires), wet chemical fire extinguishers contain a special solution that expands on contact with the burning fat, cooling and smothering the fire to prevent re-ignition. Wet chemical extinguishers can also be used on Class A fires (burning solids) and can be added to your buildings fire extinguisher provisioning total.


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Best electrical fires and for liquids such as grease, fats, oils, paint, petrol etc. (except chip or fat pan fires). Clean, effective and safe on live electrical equipment.

This type of extinguisher does not cool the fire very well and you need to watch that the fire does not start up again. Gas from C02 extinguishers can be harmful if used in confined spaces as it displaces oxygen in the air . Ventilate the area as soon as the fire has been extinguished. The discharge horn should be directed at the base of the fire

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Carbon Dioxide

Co2