FIRE EXTINGUISHER INSPECTION & CERTIFICATION

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Technicians are fully trained to NFPA Standards and are certified

Every service will come with a broken down description of inventory and a service report for your record retention

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Services Performed on site

Intertek Certified 

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Close the deal

Give customers a reason to do business with you.

Fire Extinguisher Inspection & Certification

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Fire Extinguisher Inspections Are Now Available in Coronation and Surrounding Areas

Scotcan Energy is proud to bring to the area;


-Fire Extinguisher Inspections


- Fire Extinguisher Servicing


- Fire Extinguisher Annual Maintenance


- Fire Extinguisher Certification


- Fire Extinguisher Repairs


- Fire Extinguisher Sales

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Classes of Fire Extingushers

Class A- Good for fires involving common combustible materials such as wood, paper cardboard, and most plastics. Its geometric symbol is a green triangle.


Class B- good for fires involving flammable and combustible liquids including gasoline, kerosene, grease and oil. Its geometric symbol is a red square.


Class C- good for fires involving electrical equipment such as appliances, wiring, circuit breakers and outlets. The C means the extinguisher agent is non conductive. Its geometric symbol is a blue circle.


Class D- good for chemical laboratories and fires involving combustible materials including magnesium, titanium, potassium and sodium. Its geometric symbol is a yellow decagon. 


Class K- good for fires involving cooking oils, fats in cooking appliances, typically found in kitchens, cafeterias or resturants. Its geometric symbol is a black hexagon. 

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How to use a Fire Extingusher

Once you have selected and purchased a fire extinguisher, its imperative that you read your extinguisher's instructions and be familiar with the operating parts, before ever being presented with an emergency situation in which it may be too late for you to do so. 


To help you remember how to operate a fire extinguisher , always remember the commonly used acronym PASS;


P- Pull the pin at the extinguisher top, which should release the extinguisher's locking mechanism. 

A- Aim the extinguisher at the fires base, not its flames. In order to stop a fire, you must first extinguish its fuel.

S- Squeeze the extinguisher's level slowly to release the stored agent. When you release the handle, it stops the extinguisher's discharge.

S- Sweep the extinguisher in a side to side motion until the fire is completely out. Remember to operate the extinguisher at a safe distance away from the fire.  It does depend on the type of extinguisher, be sure to check the instructions carefully. And don't move closer to the fire until it starts to diminish. You may have to recharge your extinguisher after use.

Membership

We are a proud Member of the National Fire Protection Association