A fire extinguisher is a pressurized device for cutting the connection between heat and oxygen by means of the materials it contains. These devices, which can be produced in many different sizes and specifications, are of great importance especially in extinguishing fires during the formation stage. Fire extinguishers are produced in different types according to the characteristics of the fires.
Fire Extinguisher Types:
Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguishers
ABC is also known as dusty fire extinguisher. They can be used in A, B and C type fires, ie all fires except metal and electrical fires.
ABC powdered fire extinguishers have superior capacity in fire fighting. However, it is necessary to ensure that the entire area of the area used is disconnected with oxygen to prevent the fire from re-igniting.
25 and 50 Kg Dry Chemical Powder
6, 9 and 12 Kg Dry Chemical Powder
1 and 2 Kg Dry Chemical Powder
Foam Fire Extinguishers:
Foam fire extinguishers are suitable for environments with Class A (solid) and B (liquid) fire risks. The foams cover the surface of the combustible material, cut off the connection with oxygen, and at the same time reduce the combustion temperature and have a cooling effect. Easily cleaned without damaging the environment.
The foam penetrates into the porous materials and cools the fire by evaporation of the water component in the foam. Foam extinguishers which form a foam rug over combustible liquids such as gasoline; Particularly suitable for areas in which the fibers in upholstery fabrics and carpets can become liquefied under the influence of heat and flammable liquids. Foam extinguishers are suitable for use with electrical devices, although electrical equipment is severely damaged by liquids.
25 AND 50 Kg With Foam Trolley
6, 9 and 12 Kg Foam
2 and 4 Kg Foam
Carbon Dioxide Gas Fire Extinguishers:
Fire extinguishers with carbon dioxide (CO2) consist of pressurized carbon dioxide gas. When used, it reduces the amount of oxygen in the environment and provides extinguishing by breaking the combustion reaction.
Class B combustible liquids (petroleum, paraffin, paint, thinner …) and Class C combustible gases (propane, butane, methane …) are suitable for fire types and do not damage electronic materials as they do not contain dust or water.
It is effective in responding to fires caused by the ignition of liquids such as offices, electrical risk areas, oils and solvents.
10 and 30 Kg Carbon DioxideTrolley
5 Kg Carbon Dioxide
2 Kg Carbon Dioxide
Extinguisher Accessories and Equipment:
Regon Plastic Cabinet
WAVE-YSC Wall Stand
Dual-Double YSC Cabinet
Multibox-Glass Framed Cabinet
Multibox-Glass Frameless Flat Door Cabinet
LEG-Floor Stand Large Size
LEG- Floor Stand Small Size
Fire Extinguisher Protective Sleeve
Plastic Fire Extinguisher Stands
Sheet Metal Cabins
K.K.T. Lans Hose
Trigger Seals & Sleeve Rings
Sleeve and Bobbin
Trigger Pin and Seal
Lans Lance (Free Output)
Trigger Foam Nozzle
Trigger Dry Chemical Powder Nozzle
Dry Chemical Powder Nozzle
50 KG. K.K.T. Triggers
6-12 KG. K.K.T. Triggers
1-2 KG. K.K.T. Triggers