Fire Extinguishers & Fire Extinguisher Recharge - Atlanta, GA
Ansul, Amerex, Badger, Buckeye, Kidde Fire Extinguisher Sales for Atlanta Metro Area
Cliff’s Fire Extinguisher Company supplies Ansul, Amerex, Badger, Kidde and Buckeye Fire Extinguishers for the Atlanta Metro area. Ansul, Amerex, Badger and Buckeye Fire Extinguishers rank at the very top of the fire extinguisher industry, providing all types of commercial and industrial portable fire extinguishers and wheeled fire extinguishers. All of our Fire Extinguisher products comply with local codes and are approved or listed by the National Fire Protection Association, Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., Department of Transportation, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and United States Coast Guard. No matter what your requirement - water, chemical, dry, carbon dioxide, pressure, wheeled, or marine fire extinguishers, we can provide you the correct fire extinguisher for any application. Please call us at 770-591-5271 or you may also contact us via e-mail at email@example.com .
Cliff's Fire Extinguisher Company, a leading Ansul distributor, features Red Line Fire Extinguishers
•ABC Multipurpose Stored Pressure Dry Chemical Extinguishers
•Carbon Dioxide Stored Pressure Extinguishers
•Class D Stored Pressure Dry Powder Extinguisher
•Halon 1211 Extinguishers
•Halotron I "Clean Agent" Extinguishers
•High Performance Dry Chemical
•Purple K Stored Pressure Dry Chemical Extinguishers
•Regular Dry Chemical Stored Pressure Sodium Bicarbonate Extinguishers
•Water & Foam Stored Pressure Extinguishers
•Water Mist Stored Pressure "C" Rated Water Extinguishers
•Wet-Chem Stored Pressure Class "K" Kitchen Extinguishers
•Wheeled Fire Extinguishers
Amerex, Badger and Buckeye Fire Extinguisher are also available from Cliff’s Fire Extinguisher Company for Atlanta, Georgia area.
Selecting The Proper Fire Extinguisher
CLASS A: Class A fires involve common combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth, rubber, trash and plastics. They are common in typical commercial and home settings, but can occur anywhere these types of materials are found.
CLASS B: Class B fires involve flammable liquid gases, solvents, oil, gasoline, paint, lacquers, tars and other synthetic or oil-based products. Class B fires often spread rapidly and, unless properly secured, can reflash after the flames are extinguished.
CLASS C: Class C fires involve energized electrical equipment, such as wiring, controls, motors, data processing panels or appliances. They can be caused by a spark, power surge or short circuit and typically occur in locations that are difficult to reach and see.
CLASS D: Class D fires involve combustible metals such as magnesium and sodium. Combustible metal fires are unique industrial hazards which require special dry powder agents.
CLASS K: Class K fires involve combustible cooking media such as oils and grease commonly found in commercial kitchens. The new cooking media formulations used form commercial food preparation require a special wet chemical extinguishing agent that is specially suited for extinguishing and suppressing these extremely hot fires that have the ability to re-flash.
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