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Class K Fire Extinguisher And When To Use Them

Class K fire extinguishers are used strictly on class K fires. Class K fires are fires with substances such as the animal and vegetable fats…

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9 Simple Steps To Carry Out Fire Extinguisher Recharge

Fire extinguisher recharge is necessary after it has been used. It has been established that fire extinguishers can only be used once, and after that…

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How To Use A Fire Blanket

Fire blanket is a fire fighting equipment use to combat fire in its early stage (Incipient fire). It is made of a fire retardant material;…

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Learn How To Carry Out Fire Extinguisher Inspection Now

Fire Extinguisher Inspection is important to ensure that the extinguishers are active and ready for operation.   Fire Extinguisher Inspection – Legal Obligation   Federal OSHA…

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Fire Extinguisher Classes And Their Colour Codes

Fire extinguisher classes Fire extinguishers are designed to tackle specific types of fire. Based on this, fire extinguishers are divided into six different classes. Understanding…

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Flash Point – Definition And How It Is Measured

What Is Flash Point  This is the lowest temperature at which vapor of a volatile combustible substance can ignite in air in the presence of…

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What Is Fire Tetrahedron (A Deviation From The Fire Triangle)

Fire Tetrahedron: A tetrahedron can be described as a pyramid which is a solid having four plane faces. When we talk about the fire tetrahedron,…

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Key Difference Between FLASH POINT And FIRE POINT

Difference between FLASH POINT and FIRE POINT We are going to consider two parameters in this article; FLASH POINT and FIRE POINT.   These two…

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Fire Load Of A Building: Definition And How It Is Calculated

Fire load is the available flammable materials in a given area. According to United States law, it is a number measured in kilograms-per-square meter which…

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Riser Room Sign (How To Identify A Riser Room)

The riser room sign helps you identify a riser room even when you do not enter the room. As we know, the riser room is…

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