fire extinguishers

Addressing your specific risks

To address the specific fire risks of your premises we offer a total fire extinguishers supply, installation and maintenance solution at a competitive price.

Fully compliant with BS 5306-3, all extinguishers supplied are British Standard Kite Marked to ensure quality and come with a 5 year warranty as part of our annual maintenance agreement.

Professional maintenance of fire extinguishers is a vital part of any business’ fire safety strategy, understanding that the integrity of these systems need to be maintained to protect the safety of not only your premises and assets but also your employees and residents.

Fire Extinguisher Types 

There are many types of fire extinguisher because there are many types of fire. Each extinguisher is designed to be used on a specific class of fire. It is important to know which one to use to ensure that your actions are as effective as possible. For more information, go to our Fire Extinguisher Types page which explains each type of Portable Fire Extinguisher and how to use it in case of an emergency.

Class A firesWater Extinguishers: Designed to target Class A fires, including paper, wood, cloth, straw and textiles.
Class B firesFoam Extinguishers: Designed to target Class A and Class B fires. Class B fires include, liquid spill fires such as petrol, oil, fats and paints.
Class C firesPowder Extinguishers: Designed to combat mixed fire risk environments. Suitable for combating flammable liquid risk, such as methane, propane, hydrogen and natural gas fires.
Class D firesPowder Extinguishers: Designed for Class D metal fires. M28 Powder Extinguishers are best for tackling metal fires (sodium, aluminium, magnesium) but CANNOT be used on Lithium Fires. L2 Powder Extinguishers are for particular use on Lithium Fires, but can also be used on all metal fires if required.
Class E firesCarbon Dioxide Extinguishers: Designed to target Class B fires particularly electrical hazards. Carbon Dioxide is harmless to electrical equipment and is ideal for modern offices, electronic risks, and fires caused by the combustion of liquids such as oils, fats and solvents.
Class F firesWet Chemical Extinguishers: Designed for Class F fires, particularly cooking oil and fat fires. This extinguisher is also effective against Class A fires.

Download our Fire Extinguisher Guide which explains each type and how to use it in case of an emergency.

Do you have a question about Fire Extinguishers?

We’ve put together a collection of Frequently Asked Questions FAQs about Fire Extinguishers and Fire Extinguisher Servicing. If you have a question or need further assistance with your fire extinguishers or any of our other services, please Contact Us.


BAFE Scheme SP101
BS 5306–3
BS 5306-1
Kite Marked
Positioned and commissioned
Comprehensive service

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