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Element Fire Safety Stick FAQs

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Element Fire Safety Stick FAQs

  Frequently Asked Questions about Element Fire Extinguishers IS ELEMENT AFFECTED BY EXTREME WEATHER? Element has been tested to work effectively in temperatures from -140F to +320F. Moreover, Element's solid construction and no moving parts make it unaffected by harsh environments or humidity.     IS THE GAS SAFE TO BREATHE? Element's discharge is safe to breathe and is both non-corrosive and non-toxic. General safe practices are always recommended and the discharge should not be aimed at a person's face.     DOES ELEMENT MAKE A MESS LIKE A TRADITIONAL EXTINGUISHER? Element's discharge gas is totally clean and will not...

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Keep a Fire Extinguisher in your Glovebox

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Keep a Fire Extinguisher in your Glovebox

Sad end for a nice old Ford coupe. Don't let your car burn to the ground, keep an Element Fire Extinguisher in the glovebox of every vehicle you own.   Do you have a Fire Extinguisher in your Glovebox? A fire can happen anywhere at anytime, keep some protection close by We got these photos via email the other day, and felt a stabbing pain in our heart just looking at them. They were accompanied by the following story: Thought maybe you guys would like to see what happens when you blow a back tire and the tire takes out the gas...

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ELEMENT Canada's Smallest & Longest Lasting Fire Extinguisher

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ELEMENT Canada's Smallest & Longest Lasting Fire Extinguisher

ELEMENT - TOTAL FIRE PROTECTION  Fire extinguishers are mandatory in cars that will see the track and should be mandatory in all street cars. There's no worse feeling then watching your car burn to the ground without the ability to do anything about it. Element Fire Extinguishers are 80% smaller, up to 5 times the discharge time of a regular extinguisher, no chemicals that can be corrosive to engine parts. Element fights all major fire classes. A, B, C, and K. Element is dedicated to commercializing innovative fire-fighting equipment. The Element series of handheld extinguishers is based on a long-established...

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The A B Cs of Fire Extinguishers

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The A B Cs of Fire Extinguishers

What do the A B C & K ratings mean on Fire Extinguishers? Fire Extinguisher Types/Classes Fire extinguishers are classified by the type of fire they are designed to treat, these classifications are A, B. C and K. Letter values are given to extinguishers to signify the type of fire they are useful in extinguishing. The A, B, C rating system defines the kinds of burning materials each fire extinguisher is designed to fight. The number in front of the A, B, or C indicates the rating size of fire the unit can extinguish. What are the types of Fire...

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What is the best Fire extinguisher for your vehicle?

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What is the best Fire extinguisher for your vehicle?

    Best Car Fire Extinguisher Review for Classic, Race, Truck, Home And Garage What could be worse than losing a car to a fire? Stopping the fire, but damaging your automobile by spraying chemicals onto a burning vehicle and ruining your paint, Aluminum and Chrome.  Can fire extinguishers damage car paint? Yes, depending on the chemical type of fire extinguisher, it could be worse than that. Some types of fire extinguishers should never be used on engines as they will cause the aluminum to corrode. That is why we are so interested in the new Element Fire Extinguisher that will never...

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