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  1. Class D Fire extinguisher: Australian guide

    Class D Fire Extinguisher Australian GuideIn Australia, Class D fire extinguishers are used on combustible metals, such as magnesium, titanium, sodium, etc., which require an extinguishing medium that does not react with the burning metal. Here’s a guide on how to identify them, how they work and when to use them safely:

    Class D f

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  2. Water Fire extinguisher: Australian guide

    Water Fire Extinguisher Australian GuideIn Australia, Water Class A extinguishers are one of the most common fire extinguishers on the market. Water is a very cost effective solution and has zero impact on the environment. Here’s a guide on how to identify them, how they work and when to use them safely:

    Water fire extinguisher

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  3. Wet Chemical Fire extinguisher: Australian guide

    Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher Australian GuideIn Australia, Wet chemical Class F extinguishers were developed for modern, high efficiency deep fat fryers in commercial cooking operations. They may also be used on Class A fires in commercial kitchens. Here’s a guide on how to identify them, how they work and when to use them safely:

    Wet c

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  4. CO2 Carbon Dioxide Fire extinguisher: Australian guide

    Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher Australian GuideCarbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishers are most commonly used for Class E fires (Electrical) in Australia. Also known as a CO2, or

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