Fire Extinguishers

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Fire Extinguishers in Gloucestershire

Mainpoint are able to offer you great value, quality fire extinguishers with the following benefits and standards:

British made, simple to operate, built to B.A.F.E standards, EN3 colour coded, kite marked (your guarantee* of quality and your reassurance of safety), plus a 1 year guarantee against defective materials or workmanship.

 

Red Label fire extinguishersWater Extinguishers

Water Extinguishers carry a red label. For use on: Class A fires – paper, wood, textiles, fabric and NOT to be used on flammable liquids or electrical fires.

Black Label fire extinguishersCarbon Dioxide CO2 Extinguishers

Carbon Dioxide CO2 Extinguishers carry a black label. For use on: Class B fires – flammable liquids and vehicle protection. Class C fires – flammable gases and electrical fires.

Blue Label fire extinguishersDry Powder Extinguishers

Dry Powder Extinguishers carry a blue label. For use on: Class A fires – paper, wood, textiles, fabric. Class B fires – flammable liquids and vehicle protection. Class C fires – flammable gases, electrical fires & vehicle protection.

Cream Label fire extinguishersFoam (AFFF) Extinguishers

Foam (AFFF) Extinguishers carry a cream label. For use on: Class A fires – paper, wood, textiles, fabric. Class B fires – flammable liquids and vehicle protection and NOT to be used on electrical fires.

Yellow Label fire extinguishersWet Chemical Extinguishers

Wet Chemical Extinguishers carry a yellow label. For use on: Class F fires – this extinguisher is for cooking oil and fat fires, sealing the surface to prevent re-ignition.

 

* All equipment is supplied with a full 5 year guarantee. We will either repair or replace such defective extinguishers, at our expense. This guarantee does not cover defects caused by neglect, improper environmental conditions or accidental damage. Normal service consumables are not covered. This guarantee would be void in the event that the extinguishers are not maintained to British Standards annually in accordance with BS5306: Part 3 2000