Wet CHemical Extinguisher

How Do Wet Chemical Extinguishers work?

Wet chemical extinguishers contain a pressurised chemical agent. This agent when sprayed has a cooling effect and create a layer of foam on the surface of the burning oil or fat, preventing oxygen from fuelling the fire any further.

This is similar to the suppression process in the Ansul R-102 and the Piranha.

Wet Chemical Product Description

The Cannon 6 litre wet chemical fire extinguisher is quality LPCB certified to BS EN3. The stored pressure wet chemical extinguisher is specifically designed for use on Class-F fires involving cooking appliances containing oil up to 75 litres capacity but is also suitable for Class-A fires.

Additionally the like the rest of the range the Cannon extinguishers are colour coded which makes them easily identifiable from a distance making them even safer to use. The wet chemical extinguishers have yellow-based.

 

Note: All of our extinguishers are also supplied with a Glow-in-the-Dark sign, so they right extinguisher can always be seen/found.  The sign also highlights what types of fires it is safe to use on and the fire where it isn’t safe. They are also supplied with Fire Blanket, which is made of highly flame-resistant material it can either be used to extinguish a small fire or to wrap around a person in case of a fire.

What can wet chemical be used on?

  • Cooking oil/fat fires
  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Fabrics
  • Textiles
  • Wood
  • Coal

What can’t wet-chemical be used on?

  • Flammable liquid or gas fires
  • Electrical Fires
  • Flammable metals

Where to locate?

  • Place near to the source of the fire risk.

Types of premises/business who may need wet-chemical extinguishers:

  • Commercial Kitchens
  • Canteens

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