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  • It’s a daunting task choosing an organisation’s fire extinguishers. There are a range of different fire extinguisher types made for different purposes. They are a great tool to combat fires and in preventing re-ignition.

     

    There are many considerations to take into account when thinking about your extinguishers. One must consider the area and the objects around, where it should be placed and what size is required. Knowing that you, as the “responsible person”, will be held accountable makes it all the more intimidating!

    That’s where we come in. We back ourselves as some of the most knowledgeable fire extinguisher experts in NZ and are confident to give you the right advice you need.

     

    Types of fire extinguishers and their uses

    The Fire Guys offer a full and comprehensive service for the supply, installation, commissioning and servicing of many types of fire extinguishers. Extinguishers are designed for a multitude of purposes and come in a variety of types in New Zealand.

    This includes:

    • Water mist extinguishers
    • Foam fire extinguishers
    • Dry powder extinguishers
    • Carbon Dioxide (co2) extinguishers

     

    Competitive prices and an unrivalled quality of service guarantees that we are second to none when it comes to ensuring your safety.

    This includes:

    • Free advice, quotations and surveys
    • Yearly renewable maintenance contracts
    • Quality fire extinguishers certified to AS/NZS 1841
    • Fire and safety signs, extinguisher stands, fire blankets and alarms
    • Hose reel servicing

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    TYPES OF FIRE

    COLOURTYPEWOOD, PAPER & PLASTICFLAMMABLE & COMBUSTABLE LIQUIDSFLAMMABLE GASSESENERGISED ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTCOOKING OIL & FATS
    Powder ABE
    Powder BE
    Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Extinguishers
    Water
    Foam
    Wet Chemical
    Fire Blanket
    Fire Hose Reel

    It makes sense to ask the fire extinguisher experts

    During our free no-obligation survey, we will visit your premises and give you practical advice based on the danger and risk within your premises.