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Various types of Fire Extinguishers from Safelincs Ltd

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Safelincs Ltd is an international fire safety retailer and wholesaler with headquarters in Alford, Lincolnshire in the UK. We have a nationwide network for the installation and maintenance of fire …

Safelincs Ltd is an international fire safety retailer and wholesaler with headquarters in Alford, Lincolnshire in the UK. We have a nationwide network for the installation and maintenance of fire extinguishers.


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  • 1. Various types of Fire Extinguishers from Safelincs Ltd
  • 2. 1. Fire Blankets
    • For kitchen fires such as burning cooking oil but also ideal for use on waste bin fires and clothing fires
  • 3. 2. Water Fire Extinguishers
    • Water Fire Extinguishers are suitable for class A fires, involving solid materials such as: wood, paper, straw, textiles, coal etc
  • 4. 3. CO2 Fire Extinguishers
    • CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) Fire Extinguishers are suitable for class B risks involving flammable liquids and for electrical hazards.
  • 5. 4. Foam Fire Extinguishers
    • Foam fire extinguishers are ideal for class B fires, caused by the combustion of liquids and materials that liquify such as petrol, oils, fats, paints, tar etc.
  • 6. 5. Powder Fire Extinguishers
    • Dry Powder fire extinguishers are suitable for the majority of fires (Class A, B and C).
  • 7. 6. Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers
    • Wet Chemical fire extinguishers are ideal for tackling deep fat fryer and cooking oil fires (Class F). In addition they tackle general household fires (Class A).
  • 8. THANK YOU
    • Find more details of Fire Extinguishers from Safelincs Ltd
    • Contact US
    • Safelincs Ltd
    • Unit 1, Farlesthorpe Road
    • Alford
    • Lincolnshire
    • LN13 9PS
    • United Kingdom