Liters: 9.0L
Sale price$1,700.00


The "Combat 9.0L Foam" fire extinguisher is specifically designed to tackle Class A and Class B fires, making it suitable for environments where both solid combustibles and flammable liquids are present. Here's a detailed overview of its features, capabilities, and applications:

  • Foam Extinguishing Agent: This type of fire extinguisher contains a mixture of water and foam concentrate. Foam extinguishers work by creating a blanket over the fire, cooling the flames and preventing oxygen from reaching the fuel.

  • Capacity: The Combat 9.0L Foam fire extinguisher can hold 9.0 liters of foam solution.

  • Applications:

    • Class A Fires: Effective against fires involving ordinary combustibles such as wood, paper, textiles, and plastics.
    • Class B Fires: Suitable for fires fueled by flammable liquids and gases such as petrol, oil, paints, and solvents.
  • Features:

    • Dual-purpose: Provides protection against both Class A and Class B fires, making it versatile in various environments.
    • Effective: The foam solution quickly suppresses fires by cooling and smothering them, reducing the likelihood of reignition.
    • Environmentally friendly: Foam extinguishers are generally considered environmentally friendly as they do not leave harmful residues.
  • Usage Considerations:

    • Training: Proper training in fire safety and extinguisher operation is essential for effective deployment during emergencies.
    • Maintenance: Regular inspection and servicing are necessary to ensure the extinguisher remains pressurized and the foam solution remains effective.

The Combat 9.0L Foam fire extinguisher is commonly used in settings such as offices, warehouses, workshops, and areas with a mix of solid combustibles and flammable liquids. It’s important to ensure the extinguisher is suitable for the specific fire risks present in the environment and that personnel are trained in its proper use to maximize its effectiveness during emergencies.

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