Fire extinguishers are essential to the safety of your staff and property. They can also be the difference between a small fire and a large disaster. Here at Advanced Fire Systems we supply a fantastic range of fire extinguishers from Europe’s leading manufacturers.

All new extinguishers supplied are kite marked to BS EN3 and come with a 5 year guarantee for your peace of mind.

Not sure which fire extinguisher you need? No one type of fire extinguisher is completely effective on all types of fires, so it’s vital you pick the correct one. If you need advice on which extinguisher is most suited for your business, get in touch and our expert staff will be happy to help.

AFFF Spray Foam

Ideal where both A & B class fire risks exist. AFFF (Aqueous Film Forming Foam) is particularly suited to class B fires caused by the combustion of materials that liquefy such as petrol, oils, fats, paints, etc.

  • Range of sizes from 2 to 9 litre
  • High fire ratings
  • Kite marked to BS EN3: 1996

ABC Dry Powder

Dry powder is suitable for mixed risk fire environments and especially suitable for flammable liquids and fires involving flammable gases such as propane, methane, hydrogen, natural gas etc. Also for fires involving electrical hazards. Classes A, B & C.

  • Range of sizes from 1 kg to 9 kg
  • High performance powder
  • Kite marked to BS EN3: 1996

Water & Water Spray

Water extinguishers are suitable for class A fires caused by the combustion of solid materials, mainly of organic origin, such as: wood, paper, textiles etc. These extinguishers are available as either full jet or super-spray versions.

  • 3 litre, 6 litre and 9 litre size
  • Controlled discharge
  • Kite marked to BS EN3: 1996

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

CO2 extinguishers are suitable for class B risks involving flammable liquids and for electrical hazards. CO2 is harmless to electrical equipment and is ideal for modern offices, electronic risks and for the protection of electrical installations.

  • 2 kg and 5 kg size
  • Aluminium body and brass valves
  • Kite marked to BS EN3: 1996

Class ‘F’ Wet Chemical Extinguisher

Class F – Wet chemical fire extinguishers, available in 2 litre and 6 litre sizes giving 5A/40F and 13A/75F fire ratings respectively.

40F and 75F rating means the extinguishers have extinguished either a 40 litre or 75 litre test fire of cooking oils heated to their auto ignition temperature.

How it works:
The chemicals react with the heat and the frying media creating a crust on the surface with a porridge like consistency (known as the saponification), which extinguishes the fire in normally just a few seconds (5-10). The extinguishant also permeates through the frying media and makes any chance of re-ignition impossible. Can also be used on Class A fires.