Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher Used for: Classes A, B, C, and E.
How it works: A powder is released, acting as a blanket to smother and cool the flames. The powder is effective for most fire types, including those involving solid materials, flammable liquids, gases, and electrical equipment (Classes A, B, C, and E), although it is not recommended for use in oil or pan fat fires (Class F).
Classes of Fire
CLASS A: Solid material fires that burn materials such as paper, wood or plastic.
CLASS B: Fires that involve flammable liquids, including paraffin, petrol and oil.
CLASS C: These flames burn on flammable gases such as propane, butane and methane.
CLASS D: These Are fires that ignite with metals such as aluminium, magnesium or titanium.
CLASS E: Caused by electricity, or involve electrical equipment and apparatus.
Ideal Use: Workshops, Outdoor Locations, Garages, Welding Shops