Auto Fire Extinguishers

Automatic fire extinguishers are ideal for use in locations that are left unattended or are not supervised such as boat engines, computer and electrical cabinets, boiler rooms, garages, small warehouses, stores, site cabins, remote rooms in buildings and so on. Automatic fire extinguishers are only suitable for use in indoor environments and please remember that they work best in sealed rooms where doors and windows are kept closed. The size of area that the automatic extinguisher will protect is detailed on each product page.

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Automatic Fire Extinguisher Information

The Firemart range come in a variety of sizes and are available in ABC Powder format and (HFC 227) clean agent gas.

The powder automatic extinguishers offer protection against Class A, B and C fires making them suitable for use in a variety of environments as they will extinguish most fires.

Clean agent gas automatic models combat Class B and C fires and can be used for engines and electrical equipment as they do not leave a residue when they are used.

Please also note that powder models will leave a powder residue when they have been used. The extinguishers are safe for use against electrical fires but please note that they will leave a residue when used.

How do they work?

Each extinguisher is supplied complete with a sprinkler mechanism. The bulb glass has an activation temperature of 68oC and it will be activated when this temperature is reached i.e. when a fire occurs.

It will then empty and discharge the contents in the local area putting out the fire.

Why choose an automatic fire extinguisher?

They are ideal for protecting remote areas and equipment and offer a far more cost effective solution than an expensive integrated fire alarm system.

How do I fix an automatic fire extinguisher?

They are supplied complete with a mounting bracket which can be quickly and easily mounted onto a ceiling. The extinguishers should always be located in line with the directions provided.