Loma Linda, California Fire Extinguishers
Fire extinguishers are an invaluable tool that every occupied building should install and properly service aiding in the containment, suppression or extinguishing of small fires in Loma Linda, California.
Aerosol Fire Suppression
Handheld Portable Aerosol Fire Extinguishers
Handheld portable aerosol fire extinguishers should not be considered an alternative to installation of traditional fire extinguishers.
Handheld portable aerosol fire extinguishers should be used as directed by manufacturer we encourage you to read reviews and product usage for all handheld portable aerosol fire extinguishers in Loma Linda, California.
Class A Fire Extinguishers
Class B Fire Extinguishers
Class C Fire Extinguishers
Class D Fire Extinguishers
Aerosol Fire Suppression Systems
Aerosol fire suppression systems have many practical installation options and can be equipped to protect against almost every fire hazard your structure, building or facility may face in Loma Linda, California.
Class K Fire Extinguishers
WHAT IS A Stat-X AEROSOL GENERATOR?
An aerosol generator is a self contained extinguishing unit that contains an aerosol forming compound which, during a controlled combustion process within the generator, produces an ultra-fine aerosol extinguishing agent that is significantly more effective than currently available alternatives. The units are constructed of stainless steel components, are listed for both area and volumetric coverage, and require no piping, nozzles, or other distribution equipment. In effect, the generator acts as its own storage, production and delivery device.
Standard for Fixed Aerosol Fire Extinguishing Systems
NFPA offer additional details regarding the state-of-the-art aerosol fire extinguishing technology in the first edition of NFPA 2010. This comprehensive Standard provides requirements for the design, installation, operation, testing and maintenance of condensed and dispersed aerosol fire extinguishing systems for total flooding applications. It also covers performance requirements and methods of testing for condensed aerosol systems, dispersed aerosol systems and associated components.
Fire Extinguisher Service in Loma Linda, California
Fire extinguishers will generally have a pressure gauge to notify you when it requires a refill and recharge of the extinguishers contents so that it may be ready and operational for use to extinguish fires in Loma Linda, California.
Annual inspections and certification tags should be completed by factory authorized, manufacturer certified fire extinguisher companies actively licensed in Loma Linda, California.
Fire Extinguishers will require service, maintenance and repair to remain fully operational at all times.
- Hydrostatic Tests
- Annual Inspections
- (6) Six Year Inspections
The services performed on installed fire extinguishers in Loma Linda, California should be performed by actively licensed, manufacturer certified and/or NAFED certified fire extinguisher companies in Loma Linda, California.
The additional certifications aid in determining levels of knowledge, experience and professional courtesy when deciding which fire extinguisher company you'll choose to work with.
Quality Fire Extinguishers | Amerex Extinguisher Models
Beginning in 1971, Amerex Corporation has grown to become the world’s largest and most innovative manufacturer of hand portable and wheeled extinguishers for commercial and industrial applications.
With the introduction of state-of the-art gas detection systems along with pre-engineered fire suppression systems for vehicles, commercial cooking operations and paint spray booths, Amerex has earned a reputation for excellence in the fire protection industry.
- 6 Year Warranty
- Stored Pressure Design
- Dependable Drawn Steel Cylinders
- Durable High Gloss Polyester Powder Paint
- All Metal Valve Construction
- Brass Valve - Heavy Duty
- Chrome Plated Brass Valve Body
- Stainless Steel Handle & Lever
- Aluminum Valve - Light to Medium Duty
- Anodized Aluminum Valve Body
- Anodized Aluminum Handle & Lever
- Brass Valve - Heavy Duty
- Temperature Range -65°F to 120°F
- Easy and More Economical to Maintain and Service
- Large Loop Pull Pin (Easy to Use)
- Bar Coded and Bilingual Labels
Option USCG Approved with Bracket Listed on UL Label
Amerex Fire Extinguishers - Instructions for Use
Amerex manufactures a wide variety of hand portable and wheeled fire extinguishers, both “compliance” (code required) and “specialty” types. “Specialty” type extinguishers are intended for use on particular types of hazards, so careful attention should be made to locating them in close proximity to the specific hazard they are meant to protect. It is natural for a person to use the extinguisher located nearest to a fire. The most current issue of NFPA-10 should be consulted for minimum recommended fire extinguisher types, placement and travel distances.
Your local Amerex Fire Equipment Distributor is professionally qualified and equipped to help you evaluate and implement these recommendations. Two new classifications have been added recently – Class A:C (Amerex Water Mist fire extinguishers) and Class A : K (Amerex Wet Chemical extinguishers). All picture symbols are detailed below and should be reviewed with all who might be expected to use a fire extinguisher. Everyone should be familiar with these picture symbols which identify the types of fires on which they may be used. The International sign symbol diagonal red slash indicates a potential danger if the extinguisher is used on that particular type of fire. Absence of a type symbol means only that the extinguisher is not recommended as particularly effective for that classification of fire.
All Amerex extinguishers are furnished with a detailed “Owners Manual” containing valuable information. The manual contains general information on the installation, use and maintenance of the extinguisher. The extinguisher nameplate (label) contains information specific to “HOW TO USE” the particular extinguisher. The label instructions vary slightly according to type and size. All potential operators should be totally familiar with the instructions on any extinguisher they might be required to use.