ABS 50 LTR Alcohol Resistant Foam Trolley Cartridge

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Description

ABS Foam Trolley Fire Extinguishers are capable of fighting Class A, Class B and Class F fires. Unlike powder types which easily block the vision of fire fighters, foam fire extinguishers allow full vision. The long discharge time allows the operator a greater margin of error when aiming while the foam will protect against flashbacks. This specific model is resistant to alcohol. Foam discharged onto the alcohol fire will not be disintegrated by the alcohol.

Onboard a ship, weeks away from land workshops, this fire extinguisher does not require a workshop to refill or maintain. Upon discharge, the crew can simply refill the fire extinguisher with spare powder and replace the used cartridge with a new piece. A wide cylinder opening allows crew to easily check the state of the powder with the help of an adjustable spanner.

Rigorous testing ensure that the ABS Foam Trolley Fire Extinguisher is suitable to the most hostile environments including onboard vessels, coastal installations, oil rigs and more.

 

What type of fire can I use this fire extinguisher for?

Before you use a fire extinguisher, always ensure you have an escape route. If you have to use a fire extinguisher, do so at a safe distance. When in doubt, always choose to run. Even professional fire fighters in full fire resistant suits have been trained to never put their own lives at risk. Ensure that the fire extinguisher is located to the work area and operators are trained in the use of fire extinguishers.

Ensure that extinguisher is located close to the work area and operators are trained in the use of extinguishers.

Class A 
Combustible fires such as wood, newspaper, books, tyres, plastics, etc.
Class B
Flammable liquids such as small amounts of paint and cooking oil.
Class E
Electric fires. Note: Turn off the electricity before fighting fire*

*The first step of eliminating a Class E fire is to turn off the source by shutting off the electrical supply. If there is still a fire, the fire is likely to be a class A or B fire which will be much easier to put out as compared to a E fire.

 

How to use a fire extinguisher?

Before you use a fire extinguisher, always ensure you have an escape route. If you have to use a fire extinguisher, do so at a safe distance. When in doubt, always choose to run. Even professional fire fighters in full fire resistant suits have been trained to never put their own lives at risk. Ensure that the fire extinguisher is located to the work area and operators are trained in the use of fire extinguishers.

Ensure that extinguisher is located close to the work area and operators are trained in the use of extinguishers.

CO2 Cartridge-Remove-Pin 1. Pull the safety pin
Cartridge-Turn-To-Open-Cartridge 2. Turn the CO2 cartridge
3. Aim at the base of the fire
Trolley-Foam-Rotate-Handle 4. Rotate the handle of pistol

 

Specifications

Model14226
Extinguish AgentAnti Freeze Foam
Test StandardEN1866
PropellantN2 Cartridge
Discharge Distance8M
App Discharge Time45 Sec
Height1140mm
Width455mm
Depth550mm
App Total Weight80 KG
Operate Temperature-20°C or -30°C to 60°C
Working Pressure13 Bar
Test Pressure30 Bar
Fire Rating233 IV B
Part NoContact Us

*Due to constant improvements, product specifications may differ slightly.