These extinguishers utilize a "fluidized" and siliconized chemical called mono-ammonium phosphate dry chemical. They feature easy use and are less costly to maintain and service. These extinguishers are U/L & Coast Guard. listed
These extinguishers contain siliconized sodium bicarbonate based dry chemical that is effective on Class B & C fires. They come in a variety of sizes and are U/L & Coast Guard listed. They operate within a temperature range of -65 to 120 degrees F.
Pressurized water extinguishers contain 2.5 gallons of plain water that is very effective on Class A fires. Choose the AFFF foam models to create a class A & B rated mix or add a loaded stream (special anti-freeze mix) to protect against freezing.
These "clean agent" types contain special liquid extinguishing agents that leave no powder residue. They can provide class A, B & C fire protection and operate within a temperature range of at least -40 to 120 degree F.
CO2 extinguishers discharge a white cloud of "snow" and are effective on Class B burning liquid fires. They also receive a class C rating for being electrically non-conductive and operate at -40 to 120 degrees F.
These extinguishers are specially designed to fight restaurant cooking fires. They are rated class A & K and contain a special potassium acetate base agent that supplements existing wet chemical suppression systems. They operate between +40 to 120 degrees F.