JEGS Fire Extinguisher meets the NFPA primary requirements for home and business use, as well as the Federal Bureau of Motor Carriers standards for both commercial and private vehicles.
- Anodized metal valve assembly for superior strength and corrosion resistance
- Industrial grade steel cylinder with red polyester powdercoating will withstand harsh environments
- Rugged steel strap bracket with quick-release pull tab keeps unit secure and readily accessible
- Mounting: Vertically for best practice. Can be mounted at any angle with monthly inspection suggested.
- 100 psi operating pressure
- 9 second discharge time
- Certifications: ABC Rated, UL Listed 1A:10B:C, ULC Listed, US Coast Guard approved, DOT Compliant.
- Caution: Not UL listed for use on fires involving cooking oil and grease
- Rechargeable - 2.5 lb. unit shipped charged, ready for use
- Ships via Ground Service ONLY
- Cylinder Diameter: 3 1/2 in.
- Overall Height: 14 1/2 in.
Fire Fighting Equipment
JEGS 2-1/2 pound Dry Fire Extinguisher is UL Rated for Class 1A; 10B; C fires (combustible materials; combustible and flammable liquids; electrical). The convenient size and reliable performance makes this fire extinguisher perfect for use in your garage, trailer, race car, boat, or home. .
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