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Fire Classification Codes

Fire Classification Codes

Class A Classification "Ordinary combustible" fires are the most common type of fire, and are designated Class A. These occur when a solid, organic material such as wood, cloth, rubber, or some plastics become heated...
How to Clean Up Fire Extinguisher Residue

How to Clean Up Fire Extinguisher Residue

Did you recently use a portable fire extinguisher to extinguish a small fire? You’re probably relieved to have the incident behind you, but before you can return to business as usual, you must clean up...
Fire Extinguisher Selection Guide

Fire Extinguisher Selection Guide

Not sure which fire extinguisher to buy then this guide will assist you in your decision making. Please note you should always a compliance agent if positioning a new fire extinguisher in your business.  ...
Fire Extinguisher Data Sheet

Fire Extinguisher Data Sheet

Below you will find a link to download the extinguisher data sheet containing weights, capacity, fire rating etc.   Download Fire Extinguisher Data Sheet
Filling Instructions for Foam Extinguishers

Filling Instructions for Foam Extinguishers

To fill the foam extinguishers please follow the steps as listed below:   Unscrew the extinguisher head Add 8.4 litres of water first Add 600ml foam (total 9 litres - there is a mark on...

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Fire Suppression Systems on Auckland City Rail Link

Fire Suppression Systems on Auckland City Rail Link

by Lee Gilson on September 14, 2021

As the City Rail Link (CRL) is still operating...

Crusader Hose – Fire-hose testing is critical

Crusader Hose – Fire-hose testing is critical

by Lee Gilson on July 21, 2021

Fire-hose testing is a very important requirement, particularly for...

Wellington Airport get Bristol X-Flex uniforms supplied by PSL Fire & Safety

Wellington Airport get Bristol X-Flex uniforms supplied by PSL Fire & Safety

by Lee Gilson on June 22, 2021

Wellington airport  is a major domestic and international airport...

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