Choosing the Right Fire Extinguisher for Your Business
At SERVPRO of Richland County, we see fire and water disasters everyday in situations where sometimes, a fire extinguisher can greatly decrease the intensity of an event. Choosing the right fire extinguisher can greatly help your business in the long run.
Class A: This is the most common extinguisher and is used to put out fires in cloth, wood, rubber, paper, and plastics.
Class B: These are used when flammable liquids are involved, such as grease, gasoline and oil.
Class C: This is used when fires involve appliances or equipment that is electrically energized or plugged in.
Class D: These are used for flammable metals and are usually found in factories working with those metals.
Class K: Usually found in commercial kitchens, they are used when vegetable oils, animal oils or fats in cooking are involved.
Choosing the right fire extinguisher is an integral component of your business when it involves preparation for unexpected disasters such as a fire event. If your business suffers a fire loss, contact the fire restoration professionals at SERVPRO of Richland County. We specialize in restoring any size disaster with 24/7 emergency services so you can be confident that your business will remain standing when the smoke clears.
Source: National Fire Protection Association