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Extinguisher Common Features Locking pin Carrying handle / operating lever Pressure gauge Label : –Type (Water, C02, Dry Chemical) –Classification (A, B, C) –Capacity Rating –Instructions Discharge nozzle or horn Common Types Of Fire Extinguishers WATER DRY CHEMICAL CO 2 and Halon Water Extinguisher Water + CO 2 propellant ONLY for Class firesONLY for Class fires/applying after the fire is out! Unit gets VERY cold - hold properly Halon Extinguisher Best for computers / electronics Weight-for-weight TWICE as /


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BC and ABC can cause respiratory irritation. The dust is difficult to remove from moist tissue  ABC: Dry chemical and has ammonium phosphate 109 Types of Fire Extinguishers  Halon and halotron: extinguishes the fire by replacing oxygen and cooling and safe for electronic devices  Sensitizes myocardium to catecholamines and can cause lethal arrhythmias  Halon is being phased out because of ozone issues  FE-36 (HFC-23fa): is/


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.Never use CO2 extinguishers in a confined space Type:Multipurpose / ABC Dry Chemical Pressure GaugeYes Agent:Mono ammonium phosphate, non-conductive, mildly corrosive Method:Fire retardant powder separates the fuel from the oxygen. Designated for:Wood, paper, Flammable Liquid, & Electrical Fire Placement:< 50 feet (based on B or C fire) Safety and Health Precautions: 1.Mildly Corrosive – Sensitive to Electronic Equipment Type:Class D – Metal Fires Pressure GaugeYes Agent/


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! CO2 units get DANGEROUSLY cold - hold properly Dangerously reactive on Class D metal fires! Halon B-C Type, best choice for valuable electronics No residue, easy clean-up VERY SHORT range, only 3 to 6 ft. Discharges QUICKLY! (5 to 10 seconds!) – Use 1-2 second spurts Disperses QUICKLY! – Continue after flames are extinguished Halon weight-for-weight TWICE as effective as C02 – Larger Halon 1211/


To be effective an extinguisher: Must be readily accessible In working order Suitable for the hazard Large enough to control the size fire Must be readily.

of expelling agent: stored pressure Halogenated Hydrocarbons Extinguishment principle: a chemical process that inhibits combustion Class B and C fires: used in areas with sensitive electronic equipment Halogenated Hydrocarbons Advantages High-expansion ratio /stored pressure, shovel Dry Powder Extinguishers Designed for Class D fires Agent Characteristics: Fine powder Needs expellant force No single agent is effective on all types of combustible metals Dry Powder Extinguishers No single agent is effective/


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an agent which can be discharged to extinguish a fire. Types of Fire Extinguisher: -In using a fire extinguisher, first you should identify the type of material on fire to extinguish the appropriate fire extinguisher. 1.) Water fire Extinguisher - The cheapest and most widely used fire extinguishers. Used for Class A fires. Not suitable for Class B (Liquid) fires, or where electricity is involved. Types of Fire Extinguisher: 2.) Foam Fire Extinguishers - More expensive than water, but more versatile/


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. Without proper clothing, a person soldering an electronics project could receive a severe burn if a / own limitations before attempting a job.  For example, you should never attempt to lift /fire extinguishers around you. Read the directions on each fire extinguisher before you have to use it; the types of fires it can be used on will be given.  Some types of fire extinguishers, such as dry chemical extinguishers and carbon dioxide extinguishers, can be used on flammable liquids without spreading the fire/


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trained, burning gases Could be harmful in a confined space, and will contaminate prepared foods, and delicate electronic equipment Little cooling effect Types of Fire Extinguishers SPECIAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ‘FryFighter’ For Class F Fires (overheated cooking oils/ fats) ‘Unique’ Wet Chemical’ formulation to suponificate the burning fat Types of Fire Extinguishers Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Clean non conductive agent Ideal for fires involving live electrical apparatus Noisy in operation Some parts of the/


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and other electronic equipment. Because of this, carbon dioxide or halon extinguishers are preferred in these instances because they leave very little residue. ABC dry powder residue is mildly corrosive to many metals. For example, residue left over from the use of an ABC dry powder extinguisher in the same room with a piano can seriously corrode piano wires. How to extinguish small fires (c) Chris/


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Designed for special /Extinguishing Systems 36 Specialized Extinguishing Systems Specialized extinguishing systems are often used in areas where water would not be an acceptable extinguishing agent. Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems 36 Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems Use the same types of finely powdered agents as dry chemical fire extinguishers/fire. Clean Agent Extinguishing Systems (1 of 2) 36 Clean Agent Extinguishing Systems (1 of 2) Often installed in areas where computers or sensitive electronic/


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