Fire Extinguisher Sales
Purchasing a portable fire extinguisher for your New Jersey, Delaware, or Philadelphia, PA office is an important step toward protecting your building from fire. At Confires Fire Protection Services, we want to provide you with the most effective fire extinguishers you can buy. Before you buy a fire extinguisher, it is important that you do your research so you can determine the best type of extinguisher for your building.
Keep your building safe—purchase your fire extinguishers today by calling Confires at 888-228-0917 or filling out the form on this landing page.
Purchasing a Fire Extinguisher
Confires Fire Protection Service has a number of different fire extinguishers available for purchase designed to suit a variety of different situations. If you are ready to purchase a new fire extinguisher for your home or office building, call Confires today.
Fire Extinguisher Replacement Services
Having a fire extinguisher that doesn’t work is just as bad as, or worse than, not having one at all. That’s why it’s important to have your fire extinguishers replaced if they are ever damaged, cracked, dented, or rusty. A professional fire protection technician from Confires will inspect your fire extinguishers for any outward signs of damage to the fire extinguisher shell, hose, and nozzle. If we find any, we will replace your extinguisher.
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Fire Extinguisher Recharge Services
Did your most recent fire extinguisher inspection in New Jersey, Delaware, or Philadelphia, PA show that your fire extinguisher is low on pressure? Have you recently discharged your fire extinguisher, even just a tiny bit? Don’t take a chance on a poorly charged fire extinguisher—the difference between fully charged and mostly charged could be life and death! At Confires, we specialize in fire extinguisher recharge and can help keep your building’s fire extinguishers fully pressurized and ready to protect you in the event of a fire.
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Classes of Fire Extinguishers
The first step to deciding what fire extinguisher you should buy is to decide which type would be best suited for your building’s needs. It is important to first recognize the four classes of fire:
- Class A – ordinary combustibles (wood, cloth, paper, plastic, etc.)
- Class B – flammable liquids (oil, gasoline, etc.)
- Class C – electrical fires
- Class D – flammable metals (sodium, titanium, magnesium, etc.)
- Class K – commercial kitchen grease fire
Fire extinguishers usually have big letters on the sides that indicate the class of fire they are designed for. It is imperative that you choose the right type of extinguisher—for instance, you would never want to use a class A-only fire extinguisher (usually filled with water) on a class C electrical fire. In general, most business owners throughout New Jersey, Delaware, and Philadelphia choose ABC fire extinguishers, which are suited to put out nearly any fire that normally occurs in an office or commercial building.
Types of Fire Extinguishers
The size of the fire extinguisher that you will need is dependent on the hazard class of your building. Fire extinguishers come in various sizes and the most common are 2.5, 5, and 10 pounds. Our extinguisher technicians will evaluate your building layout and occupancy and recommend the most effective extinguisher for your building or equipment.
There are many technical aspects to consider when purchasing an extinguisher that the average layperson will not be able to consider without a lot of research. Our technicians are trained to assess your building and select the proper extinguisher for your specific application.
ABC Fire Extinguishers
ABC dry chemical fire extinguishers, also called multi-purpose fire extinguishers, use a specially fluidized and siliconized monoammonium phosphate dry chemical. Commonly purchased in office buildings, they are appropriate for most common types of fire, including wood, paper, and plastic fires, as well as flammable liquid and electrical fires. ABC fire extinguishers work by either melting on and smothering Class A fires or absorbing heat and breaking the chain reaction of Class B and C fires.
Purple K Fire Extinguishers
Often purchased for use by oil, gas, chemical, and utility companies, Purple K dry chemical fire extinguishers use a purple-colored siliconized potassium bicarbonate dry chemical that is electrically nonconductive and is extremely effective against Class B flammable liquid fires and Class C electrical fires.
CO2 Fire Extinguishers
Using a cloud of white carbon dioxide “snow,” CO2 fire extinguishers remove heat and quickly smother Class B and C fires without any messy residue. CO2 fire extinguishers quickly cool down flames and can reach and exterminate even hidden flames. CO2 fire extinguishers can be used safely on all electrical and electronic equipment with no risk of electric shock to the extinguisher operator or damage to devices. CO2 fire extinguishers are not recommended for use against Class A fires, as the speed of the discharge is likely to cause flaming materials to blow away, potentially spreading the flames.
Class K Fire Extinguishers
Designed to supplement a kitchen fire suppression system, Class K kitchen fire extinguishers contain the liquid fire suppressant and are designed to knock down flames, cool down grease, and form a vapor securing blanket to prevent further fire outbreaks. Class K fire extinguishers are usually purchased for food-service establishments such as restaurants, convenience stores, food courts, and cafeterias.
Cleanguard Clean Agent Fire Extinguishers
Cleanguard fire extinguishers contain DuPont FE-36, a chemical that is clean, electrically nonconductive, environmentally friendly, low in toxicity, and highly effective against Class A, B, and C fires. Non-magnetic Cleanguard fire extinguisher models designed for MRI rooms and operating rooms are available. Cleanguard fire extinguishers are often purchased to protect computer and data storage centers, control rooms, laboratories, and hospitals.
If you want to purchase a new fire extinguisher for your New Jersey, Delaware, or Philadelphia business, call Confires today. Confires is a large distributor of fire extinguishers and offers the most competitive prices from a variety of manufacturers. We can help you choose the fire extinguisher that’s right for you so you can make sure your building and equipment are fully protected.
Call Confires for Fire Extinguisher Sales
Confires has over 30 years of experience providing complete fire protection services for businesses, organizations, government buildings, and restaurants in New Jersey, Delaware, and Philadelphia. Our number one focus is your safety—we want to make sure your employees, property, and valuables are safe from the dangers of potential fires. We take pride in our “customer first” reputation, and we will do whatever it takes to make sure your property and valuables are protected from fire hazards and that your building meets fire safety codes.
The best thing about partnering with Confires is that we are your single-source solution for all fire protection services. Our experienced fire safety professionals specialize in all aspects of fire protection, including:
- Commercial kitchen fire suppression
- Fire suppression systems
- Fire alarm systems
- Fire sprinkler systems
- Emergency exit lighting
- Contained gases
Are you located in Delaware, New Jersey, or Philadelphia and want to learn more? Call us today to speak with one of our experienced fire safety professionals and discover why top names in business and the government consistently recommend Confires.
Contact us online or by phone at 888-228-0917 to purchase the right fire extinguishers for your building.
Fire Extinguisher FAQs
How do I use a fire extinguisher?
The easiest way to remember how to use a fire extinguisher is through the acronym PASS:
- Pull the pin.
- Aim the nozzle at the base of the fire.
- Squeeze the pin slowly.
- Sweep back and forth to put out flames.
Why do fire extinguishers expire?
Fire extinguishers expire for several reasons, including weakened seals on the neck of fire extinguishers weakening over time and leaking. Fire extinguishers are not effective at putting out fires once they lose pressure. This is why it is important to have your fire extinguisher inspected and up to code.
How many fire extinguishers do I need in my building?
It depends on the size, layout, and hazard level of your building.
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NEW JERSEY: Atlantic City, Barnegat, Bayonne, Belleville, Belmar, Bergenfield, Bloomfield, Brick, Caldwell, Carlstadt, Cherry Hill, Clifton, Colts Neck, Cranbury, Dayton, East Orange, Fairfield, Franklin Lakes, Freehold, Hackensack, Hawthorne, Hoboken, Jersey City, Lakewood, Lodi, Lyndhurst, Millville, Montvale, Morristown, Mount Laurel, Neptune, Newark, Paramus, Parsippany, Passaic, Paterson, Pleasantville, Princeton, Ramsey, Red Bank, Ridgewood, Saddle Brook, Seaside Heights, Secaucus, Short Hills, Teaneck, Toms River, Trenton, Vineland, Wallington, Wayne, West Orange, Whippany, Wyckoff
DELAWARE: New Castle, Newark, Wilmington