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Fire Extinguisher Bracket

Bracket Fire Extinguishers

Keep your home, garage, workshop or office protected with fire extinguishers that meet Australian safety regulations. Easily extinguish paper, wood and plastic fires, as well as rubber, petrol, oils, paint and electrical fires with different kinds of fire extinguishers to meet your needs. Most come with high-strength fire extinguisher brackets with quick-release locking straps, enabling them to easily be mounted inside or outside, as well as in your car or boat.

Water Fire Extinguishers

Water fire extinguishers are ideal for extinguishing paper, textiles, wood and rubber fires, as well as those caused by most plastic materials. They discharge a steady stream of water onto the fire to help lower the temperature of the burning material to a level that is below ignition point. Water fire extinguishers are distinguished by being completely red with no coloured band.

Powder Fire Extinguishers

Powder fire extinguishers are designed to extinguish flammable liquids and electrically energised equipment. They discharge a fine powder that helps to absorb the fuel molecules that are providing a source of power for burning. Powder fire extinguishers BE are identified by a white-coloured band at the top of the cylinder.

Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers

Wet chemical fire extinguishers can be used on paper, textiles, wood, plastic and rubber fires, as well as those ignited by cooking oils of fats. They discharge an agent that reacts with the burning oils or fats to create a sudsy-like blanket that suffocates the fires air source and prevents the release of flammable vapours into the air. They are distinguished by a beige-coloured band at the top of the extinguisher and are particularly important for food-processing facilities and restaurant kitchens.

Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishers

Carbon dioxide fire extinguishers are designed specifically for flammable liquid fires and those created by electrically-energised equipment. The CO2 gas helps to reduce the oxygen that is available to the fire and is particularly useful in factories or workshops where flammable chemicals and liquids are being used. Carbon dioxide fire extinguisher cylinders are identified by a black-coloured band around the top.