ABC Powder Based Fire Extinguishers

Fire Project supply ABC Dry Powder based Fire Extinguishers of various brand like Kanex, Safex, Minimax. ABC powder based fire extinguishers are effective against all classes of fires i.e Class A, Class B, Class C and Electrically started fires. 

ABC Dry Powder Fire extinguishers contain a specialized Mono Ammonium Phosphate (MAP) powder that kills fires in no time. ABC dry chemical is usually a mix of monoammonium phosphate and ammonium sulfate, the former being the active one. The mix between the two agents is usually 40–60%, 60-40%, or 90-10% depending on local standards worldwide. 
ABC Dry Chemical powder insulates Class A fires by melting at approximatetly 350-400 degrees F. Class A fires are caused by burning of common combustible materials like wood, paper or plastics. It also used against burning (class B) liquids, oil, propane, gasoline and natural gas. ABC dry chemical powder breaks the chain reaction of liquid and gas fires by coating the surface to which it is applied. ABC dry chemical powder is non-conductive result in usage in Electrical fire (class C).
Dry Chemical Powder Stored Pressure Fire Extinguishers are specially designed for high performance and to achieve rapid Fire knock down capability for protection of light ordinary and high Hazards. These compact and portable extinguishers are suited for industrial, commercial and Domestic Fire protection needs.
Fire Projects supply Dry Powder Stored Pressure Fire Extinguishers filled with specially fluidized and silicon zed mono ammonium phosphate dry chemical with MAP 50% as per standard requirements. It chemically insulates Class A fires by melting at approximately 350°F and coats surface to which it is applied. It smothers and breaks the chain reaction of Class B fires and will not conduct electricity back to the operator.
Applicable Fire areas for ABC type of Fire Extinguishers:
  • Petrol & oil burning
  • Offices & BanksLight manufacturing
  • Machining operations Welding areas
  • Warehouses
  • Gas/fueling stations
  • Hotels Paint processing areas
  • SchoolsRestaurants
  • Parking garages Material handling vehicles
  • Maintenance facilities
  • Construction sites
  • Propane filling and storage Repair shops
  • Electrical equipment rooms