CO2 Fire Extinguisher Singapore

Fires are classified as A, B, C, D and F based on what flammable materials are involved. For Class B and Electrical fires, the most recommended is a CO2 fire extinguisher. We offer a wide range of fire extinguishers, including models based on carbon dioxide and dry powder. Portable CO2 fire extinguishers are available for home use, but we also sell larger models for business use. Smaller extinguishers come equipped with a horn, as you can simply direct them towards the source of the flames; larger extinguishers usually have an extra hose, so you do not have to keep the cylinder in your hands.


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Carbon Dioxide Information

Fire is fueled by oxygen and the best way to stop a fire is by cutting the source of oxygen. While small fires can be taken out by simply throwing water over the flames, others are provoked by more complex flammable materials. Carbon dioxide is a non-corrosive, nonflammable gas capable of replacing all the oxygen in an area when discharged at high pressure. This is how a carbon dioxide fire extinguisher works.

The gas is concentrated in liquid form in a cylinder tank; when you press the handle, the liquid transforms into gas and immediately shuts down the fire. Safety regulations demand for CO2 fire extinguishers to be present on the premises of businesses that use electric systems. Always be careful to purchase the approved equipment for extinguishing Class B fires, to avoid any mishaps.

However, you need to keep in mind that you need to have the proper equipment required by fire safety regulations. If you have any questions regarding what kind of fire extinguishers you need to purchase for your business, our Singapore experts are here to assist you and help you with everything.


Importance Of Handling Fire Extinguishers As Recommended

Portable fire extinguishers are ideal for home use. For businesses, larger tanks may be a better choice, but not always. We can help you decide if you should acquire portable or larger extinguishers. Regardless of size, what you need to know about fire extinguishers is that certain rules must be complied with when handling the equipment.

When an electrical system catches on fire, the first recommended course of action would be to cut off the source of electric power. However, this is not always possible, and putting down the fire takes priority. Use a carbon dioxide extinguisher if you want to stop the fire, and use other types of equipment only after the power supply is cut off.

Safety comes first when handling a fire extinguisher. After you take out the safety pin, make sure to direct the nozzle at the base of the flames. This is the most efficient manner of stopping an electrical fire.

Use a sweeping motion to make sure you cover the entire area. For more fire safety instructions and information on equipment, contact us and we will assist you right away.