With the new year fast approaching, the responsible person of a business or premises will be looking to carry out their annual fire extinguisher servicing and installations to ensure the safety of all those who use the premises and to comply with legislation.
At CheckFire, we stock everything you need to ensure efficient and effective fire safety servicing and installations in 2024.
Pull-tites seals (also known as anti-tamper tags) indicate whether a fire extinguisher has been used, tampered with or accidentally discharged.
Fire extinguisher gauge dots to clearly express when the unit last underwent a service and the gauge was tested.
Coloured O Rings help to easily identify that the O Rings have been replaced each year along with other consumable replacement parts.
Pins offer added peace of mind your fire extinguisher is in working order and hasn’t been tampered with or accidentally discharged.
From CAR Labels and Service Labels, as well as all important Fire Extinguisher Logbooks, discover the range.
Winter is coming…
As we look to next year, it’s important to protect all fire extinguishers from any kind of damage. However, for those that sit outside in the coming months, measures to prevent corrosion and protect your equipment from harsh weather conditions should also be considered.
While fire extinguisher cabinets and covers keep cold, wet weather at bay, water and foam fire extinguishers will need extra protection from freezing weather temperatures. To support you and your customers, select Commander Water and Foam fire extinguishers are available pre-filled with a low freeze additive, allowing them to withstand temperatures as low as -10°C.
As the cold weather sets in, water and foam fire extinguishers in outdoor settings are at risk of their contents freezing – rendering them useless in the event of a fire. Our
As the cold weather sets in, water fire extinguishers in outdoor settings are at risk of their contents freezing – rendering them useless in the event of a fire. Our LFA (low
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