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Fire Extinguishers

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Being equipped with fire extinguishers keeps buildings, people, and environments safe from the dangers of fire. You can stay ahead of fire emergencies by installing the correct extinguisher for your needs to help you effectively fight fires.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 is applicable across England and Wales. This legislation requires building owners to protect their premises with the correct fire safety equipment, including items such as fire blankets, fire extinguishers, and alarms. This law also extends to landlords in HMO properties.

Understanding Fire Classifications ensures you select the right extinguisher for your specific needs. These are classified according to the fuel that keeps fire burning.

Class A - involves wood, paper, cloth, fabrics, waste materials, and other general combustibles

Keep safe from these fires with:


Class B - involves flammable liquids such as petrol, spirits, solvents, oil, and diesel.

Consider an option from the following ranges:


Class C - involves flammable gases like propane, methane, ammonia, and other harmful airborne fumes

Only once the gas supply is turned off is it safe to tackle these fires. You can use:


Class D - involves flammable metals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium and titanium.

These types of fire require a specialist extinguisher:

  • M28 Powder Extinguisher
  • L2 Powder Extinguisher
  • Other specialist powders including Purple K


Class F fires - involve deep-fat fryers and cooking oils.

These dangerous fires can only be extinguished with specific extinguishers:


Electrical fires are not officially classified in the UK.

To avoid serious electric shock, it's imperative to use the correct type of extinguisher, which includes:


Our full range of extinguishers have BAFE (British Approvals for Fire Equipment) certification and are BSi Kitemarked to BS EN3. Additionally, they also have a CE Mark for quality reassurance. Extinguisher units that lack these accreditations could be fake, poor quality, or ineffective.

It's also important to preserve extinguishers by wall-mounting your units or displaying them in an extinguisher stand. Furthermore, extinguishers must be checked regularly to ensure their quality and condition. Most extinguishers require an annual service by a trained technician (excluding CO2) to check their quality.