Foam Fire Extinguishers

Foam Fire Extinguishers offer protection against Class A and B Fires that typically involve liquids or materials that liquefy such as petrol, oils, paints and fats. Firemart offers a range of foam extinguishers from smaller 1ltr and 2ltr models to larger 6ltr and 9ltr models in both budget (CE Mark approved and one year warranty) and Premier Kitemarked (BS EN 3 Kitemark approved, CE Mark approved and five year warranty).

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AFFF Foam Fire Extinguisher Information

Ideal for multi-risk situations where class A and B risks exist. Class B fires, those involving flammable liquids, such as petrol, diesel, spirits, solvents and lubricants, can be tackled very effectively.

They contain an aqueous film forming foam which gives rapid flame knock-down and has a blanketing effect, removing oxygen smothering the flames and sealing vapours to prevent re-ignition.

Foam fire extinguishers may also be referred to as AFFF (aqueous film-forming foam) and are often paired with 2kg Carbon Dioxide (Co2) extinguishers providing protection against class A and B fires and live electrical risks in offices, warehouses and other industrial environments.

All Firemart foam fire extinguishers are supplied complete with bracket and can quickly and easily be wall mounted or placed on a floor stand. We also offer smaller 1, 2 and 3ltr AFFF foam fire extinguishers that are often used in a range of applications including vehicles etc. The 1ltr and 2ltr AFFF foam fire extinguishers are supplied complete with transport brackets.

Our foam extinguishers are stored pressure extinguishers meaning that they are supplied ready filled and pressurised. They also feature an easy to read pressure gauge which helps to ensure that the fire extinguishers are safe for use therefore increasing user safety. If the foam fire extinguisher pressurised and ready for use, the pressure gauge will be in the green zone. If it has lost pressure, the reading will be in the red zone and requires remedial attention by a trained fire safety engineer.