DRY CHEMICAL POWDER BE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

Easy to use and available in different sizes, Fire Extinguisher Online’s range of high quality BE Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers are an important part of your site’s fire safety plan.

Our BE Powder Fire Extinguishers are compliant to Australian Standard AS 1841 and available in a range of sizes for industrial situations including 4.5kg and 9.0kg models.

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DRY POWDER BE, HOW DOES IT WORK?

Dry Powder BE extinguishers are filled with monoammonium phosphate, an extinguishing agent that spreads easily and melts over flames. The fine powder absorbs fuel molecules, depriving the fire of a fuel source. The dry powder also acts as a shield against radiated heat.

WHAT IS A DRY POWDER BE EXTINGUISHER USED FOR?

BE fire extinguisher’s suppressing agent allows combatting class B & E fires and small F Fires (although not included in the rating the BE type is capable of extinguishing small cooking oil fires), making it perfect for areas such as: Offices, Factories, warehouses and much more.

BE Fire extinguisher types and fire classes

BE EXTINGUISHER SERVICE & MAINTENANCE

In a business environment, all BE extinguishers must undergo hydrostatic testing and recharge every five years. All BE fire extinguishers must carry a maintenance tag that shows their last inspection date, and must be serviced every 6 months. Once your extinguisher has been discharged, it must be pressure tested & recharged, or replaced.

BE EXTINGUISHER DO NOT USE ON:

BE Dry Powder extinguishers should not be used on fires involving flammable materials (wood, paper...), combustible gases, such as LPG, Natural gas and acetylene, and also are not suitable for use on combustible metals such as aluminum shaving or magnesium.