How Important Is A CO2 Fire Extinguisher For A Business Facility?

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) fire extinguishers extinguish fire by removing the heat and taking away the oxygen element (of the fire triangle). CO2, coming out of the CO2 extinguisher, is a very cold discharge like a white cloud of “snow” which is a clean, non-contaminating and odorless gas; very useful fire extinguisher for IT Rooms, Labs, Food Storage & Processing areas, etc.

“This type of extinguishers is slightly different from its predecessors, i.e. foam extinguishers. Foam extinguishers often activated live wire and used to cause further harm or damage. For instance, it often damaged the hard drive of the computer system.”

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Kanex Fire

All kinds of businesses and industries know it well that they should have proper Fire Safety measures in place. In the case of a fire, a Fire Extinguisher can come handy. They are designed to extinguish the fire and prevent it from spreading further.

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CO2 Fire Extinguisher is a kind of extinguisher that uses CO2 gas to reduce the level of heat and oxygen and extinguishing the fire. This type of extinguishers is slightly different from its predecessors, i.e. foam extinguishers. Foam extinguishers often activated live wire and used to cause further harm or damage. For instance, it often damaged the hard drive of the computer system.

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1 Response to How Important Is A CO2 Fire Extinguisher For A Business Facility?

  1. Pingback: (22 August 2018) When A Fire Broke Out at the 12th Floor of a 16 Story Residential Building in Mumbai | Sustainable Safety Solutions, NEPAL

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