Extinguishers

Churchesfire Foam Extinguishers

Spray foam extinguishers provide a fast, powerful means of tackling flammable liquid fires. The foam forms a seal over the surface to prevent re-ignition. Ideal for multi-risk usage and safe to use in close proximity to electrical equipment.

  • Spray nozzle.
  • Squeeze grip operation.
  • Corrosion resistant finish.
  • Internal polyethylene lining.
  • Protective plastic base.
  • 6L and 9L models have passed the 35kv conductivity discharge test.

Churchesfire Water Extinguishers

Water extinguishers are still one of the most useful and cost-effective ways to put out free-burning materials such as paper, wood and fabrics.

  • Squeeze grip operation.
  • Corrosion resistant finish.
  • Internal polyethylene lining.
  • Protective plastic base.
  • Kitemarked to BS EN3.

Churchesfire Powder Extinguishers

Dry powder is a highly versatile medium for tackling most types of fire. It is extremely effective on electrical hazards, flammable liquids and gases.

  • Multi-purpose application.
  • Squeeze grip operation.
  • Corrosion resistant finish.
  • Kitemarked to BS EN3.
  • Protective plastic base.*
  • *Excludes 1kg and 2kg models.

Churchesfire CO2 Extinguishers

CO2 is ideal for electrical fires or flammable liquids. Because it is harmless to electrical equipment, it is particularly suitable for offices and workshops.

  • Squeeze grip operation.
  • Corrosion resistant finish.
  • Harmless to machinery.
  • Kitemarked to BS EN3.

Churchesfire Wet Chemical Extinguishers

An extremely effective extinguisher designed specifically for fires involving cooking oils and fats. The chemical knocks out the flames, cools the burning oil and seals the surface – preventing re-ignition. The extinguisher is easy to use, producing a gentle but highly effective spray which helps prevent hot oil splashing on the user.

  • Capable of extinguishing a cooking oil or fat fire of up to 75 litres in size.
  • 13A fire rating for all round safety and embraces the 35 kV di-electric test.
  • EN3 red, with official canary yellow colour coding.
  • User friendly six litre size – supplied factory filled.
  • Wet chemical process seals the surface of burning oil to prevent re-ignition.
  • Cylinder, lance and nozzle constructed from high quality stainless steel.
  • Unique hose swivel joint for ease of direction of discharge.

Process of Commissioning

Commissioning of a new or refurbished extinguisher should be carried out by a competent person. After removal from its packaging and transit protection, and immediately before being placing in its designated location, the extinguisher must undergo the sequence of commissioning service actions described in British Standards, with the safety precautions  being carefully observed.

In the event that the manufacturer has not marked the mass of the extinguisher or a nominal range of mass for the extinguisher, the competent person should consult the manufacturer’s workshop manual for that model or contact the manufacturer to obtain this information.

When all of these checks have been satisfactorily completed, the extinguisher should be installed and positioned in accordance with BS 5306-8.