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How to Invest in the Best Fire Extinguisher

  • June 14, 2021

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While having a fire extinguisher is not a must, it would be best to invest in one. It is one of the essential safety items during a domestic fire outbreak which can occur at any time. There are many things you ought to have in mind when buying a fire extinguisher. If you are unsure how to pick the right one, this post can help you achieve that.

Did you know that there are various classes of fire extinguishers with varying applications? Class A extinguishers can help put out fire fueled by wood. Class B fire extinguishers are for flammable liquids, Class C is appropriate for electrical fires, and Class D extinguishers are for combustible metals. You can choose any of these classes or those that serve multiple purposes.

PropertyGuru Singapore highlights that there are various types of fire extinguishers. The first type is a powder fire extinguisher that you will find in many homes. When sprayed, it emits a chemical-based powder that helps put out the fire. The second one being a water fire extinguisher is less versatile than the powder extinguishers.

A gas fire extinguisher works by reducing the ability of fire to keep on burning. It does so by reducing the amount of oxygen that keeps the fire burning. Lastly, though not commonly used, is a foam extinguisher.

Before buying a domestic fire extinguisher, there are various things you have to consider. Foremost is the weight of the fire extinguisher. You should choose a lightweight one that anyone can use with ease. Another vital thing to consider is the price. Prices of fire extinguishers vary, therefore you should shop around and find one within your budget.

If you’re interested in this phenomenon, please take a look at the following infographic. It shows how you can correctly use a fire extinguisher. The infographic makes it easy to understand the specific steps of using one and other fire safety tips. Check it out below.


Infographic designed by PropertyGuru Singapore