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Gold 6kg Powder Extinguisher

Gold 6kg Powder Extinguisher

Filled with a high-grade multipurpose powder, the Gold 6kg Powder Extinguisher not only looks the part but is also versatile in a fire emergency. The powder means it can be used on fires including Class A (wood, paper, cloth, etc), Class B (flammable liquids) and Class C (gas – but never put out a gas fire if the gas cannot be turned off). It is also safe to use around live electrical equipment.

Its stainless steel construction stops it from corroding, while a polished mirror finish gives the Gold 6kg Powder Extinguisher it’s luxurious good looks. It’s also made with the same components as a red BS EN3 Kitemarked extinguisher, but due to not being red, cannot display a Kitemark or BAFE approval itself. 

British Standard 5306-8:2012 for the Selection and Positioning of Portable Fire Extinguishers has been updated with an important change - see Details and Dimensions below
Price and Quantity
Normal price: £189.99
Simply price: £179.99 + vat (£215.99 inc. vat)
Available: In Stock
Delivery: Next working day if ordered before 2pm
 
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Please note a £10 + vat (£12 inc vat) surcharge will be added for all London postcodes

 
Details and Dimensions
  • 5-Year Warranty
  • CE Marked and made to BS EN3 (except for the red colour)
  • Fire rating 27A 183B
  • Supplied filled and ready for use and wall bracket included
  • Corrosion resistant stainless steel
  • Height 540 mm
  • Cylinder diameter 162 mm
  • Overall width 280 mm
  • Filled weight 8.5 kg
  • Operating temperature -30 to 60°C
  • Manufactured by Commander
British Standard 5306-8:2012 for the Selection and Positioning of Portable Fire Extinguishers

5.4.3 Use of powder extinguishers
The discharge of a powder extinguisher within buildings can cause a sudden reduction of visibility and can also impair breathing, which could temporarily jeopardize escape, rescue or other emergency action. For this reason, powder extinguishers should generally not be specified for use indoors, unless mitigated by a health and safety risk assessment.