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Boat 1kg Powder Fire Extinguisher - MED Approved

    • Weight
      1 kg
    • Product no: XFMP1

The boat 1kg ABC dry powder fire extinguisher is filled with multi-purpose ABC powder and fights any fire. With MED approval and bears the "Ships Wheel" logo so you know it's tested and suitable for marine use, as well as cars, caravans, holiday flats and boats.

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    £30.56 inc. VAT
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Part of the FireChief range, the marine 1kg powder fire extinguisher has a 6 year warranty, CE Mark, BSI Kitemark and a hanging bracket that is designed for wall hanging or fixing in a boat, vehicle or truck.

**British Standard 5306:3 requires the commissioning of extinguishers for businesses at your premises after delivery. We offer the option of commissioning only or with wall fixing. Our engineer will certify and label the extinguisher and issue a certificate for your insurance compliance.

British Standard 5306-8:2012 for the Selection and Positioning of Portable Fire Extinguishers has been updated with an important change - see Details and Dimensions below

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  • 6-Year Warranty

  • BSEN3 approved, CE Marked approved, BSi Kitemarked

  • MED Approved - Ships Wheel

  • Wall hook for hanging included

  • Fire rating 8A 34B C

  • Supplied full with positioning and commissioning instructions

  • Height 320mm - diameter 85mm (Overall width 120mm)

  • Total weight 2kg

  • Discharge time 8 seconds

  • Operating temperature -30 to 60°C

  • FireChief, manufactured by Fire Depot


British Standard 5306-8:2012 for the Selection and Positioning of Portable Fire Extinguishers


5.4.3 Use of powder extinguishers

The discharge of a powder extinguisher within buildings can cause a sudden reduction of visibility and can also impair breathing, which could temporarily jeopardize escape, rescue or other emergency action. For this reason, powder extinguishers should generally not be specified for use indoors, unless mitigated by a health and safety risk assessment.


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