LocksRus is now offering the following fire extinguishers at great prices.
• 5 lbs. ABC Dry - $49.95
• 10 lbs. ABC Dry - $69.95
• 5 lbs. C02 Swivel Horn - $199.95
Please contact us for more information on these fire extinguishers. LocksRus welcomes the opportunity to develop a business relationship with your facility. You can find more information about the products we represent throughout our website. Our certified journeyman use the latest computer equipment and software to ensure the best professional service for you. We are your fire safety and security specialists.
Please give us a call at your convenience and arrangements will be made to present our products and services to you and your colleagues. We welcome your business and look forward to helping you stay safe and secure!
It’s never too soon to invest in the equipment you need to protect your home or business from the devastating effects of fire. From fire alarm inspections to fire safety devices such as fire doors and fire extinguishers, we offer the products and expertise you need to feel safe in your home or office. Contact one of our expert technicians today for more information on the high quality fire protection and suppression systems we offer our commercial clients.
It’s important for every home to have at minimum one fire extinguisher. Which type of fire extinguisher you have depends on the type of fire you are most likely to encounter. We recommend that you have at least one for the kitchen, garage and workshop.
Things to Consider During the Monthly Safety Inspection of Your Building
Fire Extinguisher Ratings
Class A: These water extinguishers are designed for ordinary flammable materials such as paper, wood, cardboard and most plastic items. These extinguishers are not suitable for grease fires.
Class B: These extinguishers are designed for flammable liquids such as gasoline, kerosene, grease and oil.
Class C: These extinguishers are designed for fires involving electrical equipment, such as appliances, wiring and outlets.
Class D: These extinguishers are used for fires in chemical labs, which may involve chemicals such as magnesium, titanium, potassium and sodium.
Class K: These extinguishers are made to deal with fires involving cooking oils, trans-fats or fats in cooking appliances.
Some fires may involve many of the aforementioned classifications, but luckily most fire extinguishers have ABC ratings to ensure they’ll work with the most common types of fires. LocksRus recommends that you have your portable ABC rated fire extinguisher checked by a professional at least once a year. We also suggest creating a monthly timeline for your own safety inspections.
1. Holding the extinguisher with the nozzle facing away from you, pull out the pin.
2. Aim the extinguisher at the base of the fire.
3. Squeeze the lever slowly.
4. Spray the entirety of the fire by sweeping from side to side.
There are a few simple steps to take to ensure you are prepared if a fire breaks out in your home or office building.
• Select an independently tested, multi-purpose fire extinguisher that is powerful enough to put out small house fires, but not too heavy to handle easily.
• Read all instructions and become familiar with your extinguisher before it’s necessary to use it.
• If the fire spreads from a small, confined area, call the fire department immediately and ensure the building is empty.
• Have your fire extinguisher installed near an exit and keep your back to the exit as you spray in case you can’t control the fire and you must make a quick exit.
• If the fire extinguisher does not put out the fire, make an exit as soon as possible.
These detectors are more responsive to flaming fires than photoelectric detectors. A small amount of radioactive material is housed between two charged plates, which causes the air to be ionized. When smoke enters the chamber, the flow of ions is disrupted and the alarm is activated. These devices need to be changed every 8 to 10 years as required by fire code to ensure the safety of your home or office. Call us today to upgrade your system and replace your smoke sensors.
These detectors are primarily responsive to fires that start with a period of smouldering. The smoke enters the chamber of the detector and reflects light onto the sensor, which triggers the alarm. These devices need to be changed every 8 to 10 years as required by fire code to ensure the safety of your home or office. Call us today to upgrade your system and replace your smoke sensors.