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Prepare For The Battle Against The Fire

Is there any necessity to keep a fire extinguisher at home? The answer is yes, it must be kept at home as in case of an accident it can be used to handle the situation. We are having too many electrical appliances, gas stoves, cylinders, and electrical wiring is done everywhere in our house.

Not only this, we are having wooden stuff like bed, sofas etc., which can eventually fire load our house. The sole reason of protection from these fire hazards encourages towards keeping fire extinguishers at homes. By using them, we can prepare ourselves to battle against the fire issues.

Before purchasing a fire extinguisher, you must learn and know about various kinds of fires linked with the hazards, which are, generally, of five types:
•    Class A is comprises of papers, clothes, wood or other normal combustible stuff, that is around us. It portrays ninety percent of fire risks.
•    Class B comprises of petrol, kerosene oil, paint thinner and things like that, which can be found in the garage area.
•    Class C points towards fire caused due to electricity problems that may include various electrical household appliances.
•    Class D points towards points towards combustible metals. It is associated with the industrial power plants.
•    Instead of Class E, there is class K fire. It points toward commercial kitchen fire, not the ones in normal households.

After knowing the types of fires, we can go out in the market and purchase suitable fire extinguishers, with the ratings A, B and C. A dry chemical fire extinguisher is a multi-purpose extinguisher, which is good to be used in the houses and is cheap too. It is good for all the three classes of fires and consists of mono- Ammonium Phosphate base dry powder. There is another type of fire extinguisher also, but it can be used for B and C class-type of fires; it comprises of sodium or potassium bicarbonate dry powder.

The number of fire extinguishers that must be kept in a house solely depends on its size. To maximize safety unitsFree Reprint Articles, it should be installed at every seventy-five feet of distance traveled. Begin from the kitchen area because that is more prone to fire than other areas. Check whether the pressure indicator pointer in the green zone or not. Keep tilting and inverting it so that chemical doesn’t settle down and pack at the bottom.

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