Fire Suppression Systems

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Fireboy Portable Fire Extinguishers
    Coast Guard boating safety regulations insist that all boats should have at least one B-I or B-II marine fire extinguisher on board. They also …
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    Fire Detection System - 1 or 2 Zones
      The Fireboy-Xintex Fire Detection System provides an intelligent networked solution for the monitoring of 1 or 2 zones. Easy installation, does not …
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      Fire Detection System - 4 or 8 Zones
        The Fireboy-Xintex Fire Detection System provides an intelligent networked solution for the monitoring of 4 or 8 zones. Easy installation, does not …
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          Fireboy external fire bells.
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          Fire Extinguisher B-Ii 10 Lb. Capacity (Kidde Safety)
            Red. ABC type multi-purpose dry chemical extinguisher contains Monoammonium Phosphate, Dry Base Chemical, effective on Class ABC hazards. …
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            Mariner Fire Extinguishers (Kidde Safety)
              Specially designed for boating use. Corrosion resistant, white, seamless aluminum cylinder, durable valve body of DuPont Zytel, easy …
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                Fireboy clean agent fire extinguisher systems are the cleaner, safer and more effective alternative to dry chemical portable fire extinguishers. No …
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                  Fireboy clean agent fire extinguisher systems are the cleaner, safer and more effective alternative to dry chemical portable fire extinguishers. No …
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                  Boating Know How
                  fire extinguisher safety tips

                  Fire Extinguisher Safety Tips (Video)

                  Learn safety tips when using a fire extinguisher presented by Boating Magazine. ... read more



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                  Hi I’m Kevin Falvey the editor-in-chief of Boating Magazine here today to talk about fire extinguisher maintenance. As you can see, this fire extinguisher’s gauge is in the red. That means it’s probably not ready for use. If there was an emergency, this boater would be ill-prepared. Stay with us, we’re going to tell you some tips about how to take care of your fire extinguisher and ensure that it’s ready to fight fires should you ever need it.

                  So now, where do you start to inspect your fire extinguisher?

                  A basic fire extinguisher: simply depress the green pin. The pin should pop right back out after you press it. If not, the fire extinguisher needs to be replaced or recharged.

                  And on this other fire extinguisher, we can see that the gauge is in the green, it’s ready to go. But if you have the type of fire extinguisher that does not have a gauge, you can always weigh to see if it’s fully charged. Fine the charged weight on the label and then simply place it on the scale. If it meets the weight on the label, it’s ready for action.

                  You also want to make sure that your pin is in good condition; doesn’t look like it’s been tampered with. Sometimes guests or children will pull these, tamper with them. You want to make sure that it’s ready for action. Also check the nozzle; look and make sure that it’s not cracked, make sure it’s not blocked. All of these things would be essential if there was a fire and you needed to put it out.

                  Finally, monthly you should take your fire extinguisher from its bracket, invert it, and tap the bottom several times. That prevents the firefighting agent from caking up inside the fire extinguisher. Again, the whole point is having this thing ready if and when you need it. For a boating magazine, I’m Kevin Falvey.
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