Singapore's most popular and value-for-money SETSCO-tested / SCDF-approved ABC Dry Powder and CO2 fire
extinguishers as well as Smoke Detectors, Fire Blankets, Pocket Emergency Escape Masks
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Classes of Fire
can be classified according to the materials implicated in its origin.
Class A fire - Fires involving ordinary combustible materials like wood, paper, cloth,
furnishing,plastics, rubber,etc., usually of an organic nature, in which combustion normally takes place with the
formation of glowing embers.
Class B fire - Fires involving flammable liquids, solvents, oils, paints, thinner and liquefiable
Class C fire - Fires involving flammable gases.
Class D fire - Fires involving combustible metals, eg, potassium, magnesium, titanium, sodium, lithium and
Class F fire - Fires involving cooking media (vegetable or animals oils and fats) in cooking
Types of Fire Extinguishers
Fire extinguishers are the “first aids” or the immediate handlers of fire. They help control small fires before the
There are many different types of fire extinguishers but the most common ones are (1) Water (2) Foam (3) Powder (4)
Carbon Dioxide and (5) Wet Chemical.
These are dry chemicals in red with blue band cylinders. They are often seen in homes. It is effective on Class A,
B and C fires.
contain carbon dioxide, a non-flammable gas, and are highly pressurized. These are the only ones recommended for
electrical fires. They are also suitable for flammable liquid fires.
. These are red with cream band or label cylinders. Foam agents eliminate heat in the subsistence of fire and also
separate oxygen from the other elements. Foam extinguishers can be used in Class A and B fires only, with limited
effectiveness in Class F fires.
Wet Chemical Extinguisher.
They are very useful for fires of Class A and F. They are deliberately designed to extinguish fires initiated by
cooking oils and other fatty materials.
. These come in solid red-colored cylinders. They are suitable for Class A fires only, taking away the heat
element, and definitely not considered useful for Class B fires which can spread the flammable liquid and Class C
that can generate electric shock.
Usage of Fire Extinguishers
Fire extinguishers can be very easy to use. We just need to follow the abbreviation
First procedure is to
the pin located at the top of the extinguisher. The pin will release a locking mechanism that will allow you to
discharge the extinguisher.
Secondly, do not target the flames directly. Instead,
at the base of the fire. The reason for this is to extinguish the fuel that serves as life of the
the lever carefully and slowly since we deal with a pressurized material by that the extinguishing agent will be
released in the extinguisher. Then, if the handle of the extinguisher is released after squeezing, the discharge
the extinguisher from side to side until the fire is completely extinguished. It is also important to know the
safest distance to operate should be several feet away. Note that there are different types of fire extinguishers
and they have different operating distances.
| ABC Dry Powder
| 1 Kg
| 2 Kg
| 3 Kg
| 4 Kg
| 6 Kg
| 9 Kg
| 12 Kg
| 2 Kg
| 5 Kg
| AFFF Foam
| Water Chemical
| Fire Safety Products
| Smoke Alarm/Detector
| Pocket Emergency Escape Mask
| Fire Blanket
| Cabinet and Hosereel
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Installation charge (if required) is $18 each.
$98-$120 (Mild Steel)
$220-$370 (Stainless steel)
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& Key type)
Pack (incl free delivery)
- 1x 2kg ABC Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher
- 1x Smoke Detector
- 1x Fire Blanket
** No GST
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purchase of any 3 items (incl min 1pcs fire
extinguisher)(except for Mini Foam
Extinguishers which are ordered separately).
Otherwise, a S$25 delivery charge applies. Self collection can be