PFE Aerosol Fire Extinguisher
PFE Aerosol Fire Extinguishers
PFE Series Portable Aerosol Fire Extinguisher
This is a completely new type of fire extinguisher that is perfectly suited to the harsh marine environment. In fact, we can confidently say that these extinguishers are the best product of its type available today. Once seen, no boat owner will want a big, heavy metal unit on their boat again!
The product recently won an innovations award are Seawork 2013 and C-Quip is proud to have been awarded UK Distribution.
PFE Series the world's most versatile and compact fire extinguisher. Unlike conventional portable extinguishers the PFE SERIES is very lightweight, compact (70-80% Smaller than standard equivalents), non-pressurized, environmentally safe, leaves no harmful residue and very easy to use. Ideal for Boats, Kitchens, Engine rooms, Cars, Garages, Workshop, Offices.
Fixed Automatic Extinguishing system also available for Engine Rooms, Computer Rooms, Substation and Telecom Applications.
PFE1 - 13B
PFE3 - 21B
PFE2 - 34B
Features and Benefits
- Approved by RINA, SGS and CE
- The only type of extinguisher suitable for both Liquid fuel and Electrical Fires
- B C E F Rated Extinguisher
- Replaces CO2, Powder and Foam Extinguishers with no mess or risk of suffocation
- Compact 20% size comparison
- Non Hazardous - Human Safe
- Environmentally Safe
- Non Pressurised
- No visual residue mess after use
- No Damage to engines or electronics
- Long life - 5 year warranty with no maintenance
Environmental Friendly and Agent Safety
PFE SERIES is a GREEN AGENT PRODUCT, Human Safe, Zero Ozone Depletion Potential, Zero Global Warming Potential. No by-product of agriculture or animal material used.
'A' rated (Carbon) fires have considerable retained heat that require a cooling effect best achieved by the application of water. The PFE will extinguish an A rated fire but there is a danger of re-ignition.
NB The standard for EU pressurised Fire Extinguishers is EN3. This does not apply to the PFE as it is a non-pressurised unit and as such, a completely new standard is currently being written by the BRE (Building Research Institute) to which the PFE will comply.