• How to use a Fire Extinguisher - Dry Chemical / Dry Powder (DCP)

    A Dry Chemical/Dry Powder extinguisher can be identified by its all over read colour, with a white band. Remember the PASS acronym to ensure a safe and effective use of a fire extinguisher.

    published: 02 Dec 2013
  • Ansul Sentry ABC Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

    This is a video from Ansul describing and illustrating the use of Sentry dry chemical fire extinguishers. www.westernfireprevention.com

    published: 03 May 2012
  • How To Carry Out Annual Inspection of Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguishers- Part I

    Video shows how to carry out the annual inspection of a dry chemical powder fire extinguisher, right from the beginning to the end. We are hopeful it will be of a help to all the seafarers who will be serving as responsible officers/ crew on board. This is the first part, if you like it, do let us know so we can come out with the next part. Like and Subscribe Us.

    published: 19 Sep 2016
  • dry chemical powder extinguisher

    published: 09 Oct 2011
  • Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses | A Fire Extinguisher Guide

    http://www.Fire-Ready.com/fire-extinguishers - In this fire extinguisher guide we will discuss common fire extinguisher types and uses. Understanding classes, ratings and uses is the first step in selecting the best fire extinguisher for your home, car or place of business. Understanding How Fire Starts Before we talk about the different types of fire extinguishers though, it's important that you understand how fire actually works. In order for a fire to occur, there must be 3 elements present. These elements include Oxygen, heat and fuel. When all 3 of these elements come together it creates a chemical reaction which causes fire. In order to put out a fire, you need to remove one or more of these elements. Different Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses As you review the fire extinguishe...

    published: 19 Feb 2014
  • Fire Extinguisher Training : Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Uses

    Dry chemical fire extinguishers can extinguish paper fires (Class A fires), flammable liquid fires (Class B fires) and energized electrical equipment fires (Class C fires) Get tips for using dry chemical fire extinguishers in this free video on fire extinguisher training. Expert: Joe Bruni Bio: Captain Joe Bruni has over 30-years experience as a street firefighter and company officer. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

    published: 26 Sep 2008
  • How Fire Extinguishers Work

    Fire extinguishers are nearly ubiquitous, and they can be an invaluable, life-saving device. But what’s inside those little red cylinders, and how does it stop a fire? Share on Facebook: https://goo.gl/hF7RFe Share on Twitter: https://goo.gl/qKWGmd Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com If you’re like me, then you constantly worry about buildings catching on fire when someone plays your newest mixtape. And since you can’t compromise your artistic integrity because of a few exploding sound systems, you have to be prepared for the blazes that inevitably ensue once the beat drops. A fire extinguisher is one of your best options – but what are these things, anyway? How do they work? First, let’s talk about fire. Fire is the result of a chemical com...

    published: 20 Aug 2015
  • Wet Chemical Extinguishers vs. Other Extinguisher types on Class F fires (Class K in the US)

    Demonstration of the ineffectiveness of normal extinguishers on Class F (Class K in the US) cooking oil fires and how the Wet Chemical extinguisher should be used.

    published: 09 Apr 2012
  • How to Make Sure A Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Works When You Need It

    A quick fire safety tip for making sure your dry chemical fire extinguisher will work when you need it, especially in the cold. As part of your safety program, you can rock these extinguishes back and forth regularly once a month as well to prevent this potential problem. Facebook.com/hellnbackwelding Instagram @hellnbackweld Twitter @hellnback

    published: 30 Dec 2016
  • Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

    Class 241

    published: 28 Oct 2011
  • Dry Chemical - How to use a fire extinguisher training

    Video on how to use the dry chemical stored pressure fire extinguisher.

    published: 18 Nov 2010
  • 4.5kg Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher ABE - Aegis Safe

    4.5kg Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers ABE are a great multi-purpose fire extinguisher. Buy online today http://www.aegissafe.com.au/shop/4-5-kg-dry-powder-fire-extinguishers/ Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers are highly effective against a wide range of fires. They are manufactured to the highest quality and approved by Australian Standards. Buy your 4.5kg Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher from http://www.AegisSafe.com.au for the Lowest Price Guaranteed. SHOP NOW: http://www.aegissafe.com.au/product-category/fire-safety/fire-extinguishers/dry-chemical-fire-extinguisher-abe/

    published: 22 Aug 2013
  • Introduction to the Unitor dry chemical powder system

    Short animation showing how the Unitor dry chemical powder system can surpress fire on board an LNG vessel.

    published: 07 Jul 2015
  • Applications and advantages of Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers

    A video showing how and when to use Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers by Fire and Safety Centre. Our website has your fire and safety needs covered: https://www.fireandsafetycentre.co.uk/ Want to connect with us? Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2slExor Facebook: http://bit.ly/2s11WhN Twitter: http://bit.ly/2qHRlVh LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2qJjkI7 Google+: http://bit.ly/2ryiSvC

    published: 20 Jun 2012
  • MINIMAX ABC POWDER STORED PRESSURE FIRE EXTINGUISHER DEMO ON WOOD

    MINIMAX ABC POWDER STORED PRESSURE FIRE EXTINGUISHER DEMO ON WOOD

    published: 05 Dec 2014
  • 1977 Kidde Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (ABC type)

    This extinguisher is a 2.5 pound extinguisher.

    published: 13 Jun 2015
  • 25kg Dry Chemical Powder 296B Fire Test

    Combat 25kg Dry Chemical Powder Mobile Fire Extinguisher on 296B Fire Test

    published: 16 Apr 2015
  • The Smokin' Science of Fire Extinguishers

    Different fuels create different types of fires, and each one needs to be extinguished using a specific strategy. Do you know which class of extinguisher is needed for different fires? Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters -- we couldn't make SciShow without them! Shout out to Kevin Bealer, Justin Lentz, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Patrick Merrithew, Accalia Elementia, Fatima Iqbal, Benny, Kyle Anderson, Mike Frayn, Tim Curwick, Will and Sonja Marple, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Kathy Philip, Patrick D. Ashmore, Thomas J., Charles George, and Bader AlGhamdi. ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your wa...

    published: 26 Sep 2016
  • Frontline How to use an ABE or Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher

    this video provides a good example of how to use a Dry Chemical fire Extinguisher

    published: 16 Jul 2015
  • 2003 Amerex Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (BC type)

    This extinguisher is a 10 pound unit.

    published: 14 Mar 2015
  • Dry chemical fire extinguisher vs air-pressurized water extinguisher on cardboard fire

    Dry chemical fire extinguisher vs air-pressurized water extinguisher on cardboard fire

    published: 11 Jan 2015
  • German Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (ABC type)

    German multipurpose powder is blue in color. It is also a cartridge operated extinguisher.

    published: 14 Mar 2015
  • FIRE EXTINGUISHER CLEANUP How to Clean After Discharging an ABC Dry Chemical Unit

    In this video we demonstrate how to clean extinguishing agent from items that were in the extinguisher's "blast zone" If we have ever cleaned after a fire has been put out with a dry chemical extinguisher, then, we have probably wondered if the cure was worse than the disease. The ammonium phosphate is that fine, yellow powdery fallout that was blasted over a surprisingly large area. Ammonium phosphate softens and sticks when in contact with hot surfaces. While this characteristic makes it a great extinguishing agent, it sometimes makes cleanup very difficult. ABC dry chem can do serious damage to delicate equipment and corrode metal, especially if it is not thoroughly cleaned. You may find more information on this subject in our Wordpress article: How to Clean Up After Using a Dry Ch...

    published: 12 May 2014
  • Fritz Emde - Recycling - Old Dry Chemical Powder Disposal

    You have filled fire extinguishers with powder and must empty tem in a bag ? This unit will help a lot and fasten the process.

    published: 25 Jul 2014
  • How to use the dry chemical extinguisher I.

    published: 22 Sep 2015
  • How to use the dry chemical extinguisher II.

    published: 22 Sep 2015
  • Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

    published: 24 Jul 2015
  • Fire extinguisher operation

    Dry chemical powder extinguisher

    published: 16 Jun 2017
  • Diesel fire put out with 300lbs dry chemical extinguisher

    published: 25 Feb 2017
How to use a Fire Extinguisher - Dry Chemical / Dry Powder (DCP)

How to use a Fire Extinguisher - Dry Chemical / Dry Powder (DCP)

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A Dry Chemical/Dry Powder extinguisher can be identified by its all over read colour, with a white band. Remember the PASS acronym to ensure a safe and effective use of a fire extinguisher.
https://wn.com/How_To_Use_A_Fire_Extinguisher_Dry_Chemical_Dry_Powder_(Dcp)
Ansul Sentry ABC Dry Chemical  Fire Extinguishers

Ansul Sentry ABC Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

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This is a video from Ansul describing and illustrating the use of Sentry dry chemical fire extinguishers. www.westernfireprevention.com
https://wn.com/Ansul_Sentry_Abc_Dry_Chemical_Fire_Extinguishers
How To Carry Out Annual Inspection of Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguishers- Part I

How To Carry Out Annual Inspection of Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguishers- Part I

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  • Updated: 19 Sep 2016
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Video shows how to carry out the annual inspection of a dry chemical powder fire extinguisher, right from the beginning to the end. We are hopeful it will be of a help to all the seafarers who will be serving as responsible officers/ crew on board. This is the first part, if you like it, do let us know so we can come out with the next part. Like and Subscribe Us.
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dry chemical powder extinguisher

dry chemical powder extinguisher

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Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses | A Fire Extinguisher Guide

Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses | A Fire Extinguisher Guide

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http://www.Fire-Ready.com/fire-extinguishers - In this fire extinguisher guide we will discuss common fire extinguisher types and uses. Understanding classes, ratings and uses is the first step in selecting the best fire extinguisher for your home, car or place of business. Understanding How Fire Starts Before we talk about the different types of fire extinguishers though, it's important that you understand how fire actually works. In order for a fire to occur, there must be 3 elements present. These elements include Oxygen, heat and fuel. When all 3 of these elements come together it creates a chemical reaction which causes fire. In order to put out a fire, you need to remove one or more of these elements. Different Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses As you review the fire extinguisher guide below, it's important to understand two things. First, different types of fire extinguishers are designed to fight a different classes or ratings of fire. Second, each fire extinguisher type works by removing a particular element from the fire equation. 1. Water fire extinguishers work by attacking the heat element of the fire equation. Water extinguishers should only be used on class "A" fires that involve ordinary materials like paper, wood and most plastics. 2. Foam fire extinguishers work by removing the heat and oxygen elements of the fire equation. This type of fire extinguisher should only be used on class "A and B" fires and should never be used on class "C" electrical fires due to electrocution hazard. 3. CO2 or Carbon Dioxide fire extinguishers work by attacking the oxygen in a fire. They also work to remove heat due to a very cold discharge. CO2 fire extinguishers should only be used on class "C" electrical fires and class "B" combustible liquid fires. 4. Dry chemical fire extinguishers primarily work by interrupting the chemical reaction of a fire. A very versatile fire extinguisher, these are rated to be effective on class "A, B and C" fires. Since A-B-C fires are the most common, dry chemical fire extinguishers are the most widely used in home fire situations. 5. Wet chemical fire extinguishers work by first removing the heat element of a fire and then preventing re-ignition by creating a barrier between the oxygen and fuel elements. This classification of fire extinguisher was specifically developed for class "K" fires that involve cooking oils and fats. Most often these fires occur in commercial restaurants and cafeteria settings. 6. Clean agent or Halogenated fire extinguishers work by interrupting the chemical reaction of a fire. The clean agent fire extinguisher is primarily for class "B" combustible liquid fires & class "C" electrical fires. 7. Dry powder fire extinguishers work by separating the fuel from the oxygen of a fire. These are only for use in class "D" fires that involve combustible metals like magnesium, titanium, potassium and sodium. Which fire extinguisher classification is right for you? As you can see, each class of fire requires a certain type of fire extinguisher to fight it. For most people, a dry chemical A-B-C rated fire extinguisher is going to be the best unit to have around the home, car or workplace. For others in a more specialized environment, a different type of fire extinguisher will be needed for effective firefighting. To get more information on different fire extinguisher types and uses as well as read up to date fire extinguisher reviews, check out our website at: http://www.Fire-Ready.com/fire-extinguishers
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Fire Extinguisher Training : Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Uses

Fire Extinguisher Training : Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Uses

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  • Updated: 26 Sep 2008
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Dry chemical fire extinguishers can extinguish paper fires (Class A fires), flammable liquid fires (Class B fires) and energized electrical equipment fires (Class C fires) Get tips for using dry chemical fire extinguishers in this free video on fire extinguisher training. Expert: Joe Bruni Bio: Captain Joe Bruni has over 30-years experience as a street firefighter and company officer. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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How Fire Extinguishers Work

How Fire Extinguishers Work

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Fire extinguishers are nearly ubiquitous, and they can be an invaluable, life-saving device. But what’s inside those little red cylinders, and how does it stop a fire? Share on Facebook: https://goo.gl/hF7RFe Share on Twitter: https://goo.gl/qKWGmd Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com If you’re like me, then you constantly worry about buildings catching on fire when someone plays your newest mixtape. And since you can’t compromise your artistic integrity because of a few exploding sound systems, you have to be prepared for the blazes that inevitably ensue once the beat drops. A fire extinguisher is one of your best options – but what are these things, anyway? How do they work? First, let’s talk about fire. Fire is the result of a chemical combustion reaction, typically between oxygen and some sort of fuel, like wood or gasoline. For the reaction to occur, the fuel has to reach its ignition temperature. For wood, that’s about 500 degrees F (or 260 C). The heat decomposes some of the wood’s cellulose. The decomposed stuff is released as volatile gases, like a compound of hydrogen, carbon and oxygen. When the gas is hot enough, its molecules break apart. The atoms recombine with the oxygen to form water, carbon dioxide and other products. The heat keeps the fuel at the ignition temperature, so it keeps burning as long as there is fuel and oxygen. There you have it. Fire, the result of extreme heat, oxygen and fuel. Fire extinguishers remove at least one of these elements from the equation. Fire extinguishers are metal cylinders filled with water or a smothering material. When you depress a lever at the top here, the material is expelled by high pressure, kind of like an aerosol can. Imagine a fire extinguisher cut in half – see it? OK, that plastic siphon tube leads from the bottom of the fire-suppressant reservoir to the top of the extinguisher. A spring-mounted valve blocks the passageway from the siphon to the nozzle. At the top of the cylinder, there is a smaller cylinder filled with a compressed gas -- liquid carbon dioxide, for example. A release valve keeps the compressed gas from escaping. When you pull out the safety pin and depress the operating lever, it pushes on an actuating rod. The rod presses the spring-mounted valve down to open up the passage to the nozzle. The bottom of the actuating rod has a sharp point, which pierces the gas cylinder release valve. The compressed gas escapes, applying downward pressure on the fire-suppressant material. This drives the material up the siphon and out the nozzle. The proper way to use the extinguisher is to aim it directly at the fuel, not the flames, and spray in a sweeping motion. There are three main types of extinguisher. A water extinguisher can put out things like burning wood, paper or cardboard – but it doesn’t work well on electrical fires or fires involving inflammable liquids. In an electrical fire, water may conduct the current, which could electrocute you. Water will only spread an inflammable liquid, making the fire worse. Not a good look. Then there’s the carbon dioxide extinguisher. The CO2 is kept in a pressurized liquid form. When the container is opened, the CO2 forms a gas. This gas is heavier than oxygen, so it displaces the oxygen surrounding the fuel. This extinguisher is common in restaurants because it won't contaminate cooking equipment or food. The most popular extinguisher material is the dry chemical extinguisher. These cylinders contain foam or powder, typically made of sodium bicarbonate (you know, baking soda), potassium bicarbonate or monoammonium phosphate. Baking soda starts to decompose at only 158 degrees F (70 degrees C), and when it decomposes, it releases CO2. The CO2, along with the insulation of the foam, smothers fire. But be careful. Most fire extinguishers contain a small amount of suppressant -- you can use it up in seconds. That’s why they’re only effective on relatively small fires. To put out a bigger fire, you need more equipment, like a fire engine, as well as trained professionals. But for the blazes that can pop up in your house, a fire extinguisher is a lifesaver. SOURCES: http://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/household-safety/fire/fire-extinguisher.htm/printable http://www.explainthatstuff.com/fireextinguisher.html
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Wet Chemical Extinguishers vs. Other Extinguisher types on Class F fires (Class K in the US)

Wet Chemical Extinguishers vs. Other Extinguisher types on Class F fires (Class K in the US)

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Demonstration of the ineffectiveness of normal extinguishers on Class F (Class K in the US) cooking oil fires and how the Wet Chemical extinguisher should be used.
https://wn.com/Wet_Chemical_Extinguishers_Vs._Other_Extinguisher_Types_On_Class_F_Fires_(Class_K_In_The_Us)
How to Make Sure A Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Works When You Need It

How to Make Sure A Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Works When You Need It

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A quick fire safety tip for making sure your dry chemical fire extinguisher will work when you need it, especially in the cold. As part of your safety program, you can rock these extinguishes back and forth regularly once a month as well to prevent this potential problem. Facebook.com/hellnbackwelding Instagram @hellnbackweld Twitter @hellnback
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Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

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Dry Chemical - How to use a fire extinguisher  training

Dry Chemical - How to use a fire extinguisher training

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Video on how to use the dry chemical stored pressure fire extinguisher.
https://wn.com/Dry_Chemical_How_To_Use_A_Fire_Extinguisher_Training
4.5kg Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher ABE - Aegis Safe

4.5kg Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher ABE - Aegis Safe

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  • Updated: 22 Aug 2013
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4.5kg Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers ABE are a great multi-purpose fire extinguisher. Buy online today http://www.aegissafe.com.au/shop/4-5-kg-dry-powder-fire-extinguishers/ Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers are highly effective against a wide range of fires. They are manufactured to the highest quality and approved by Australian Standards. Buy your 4.5kg Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher from http://www.AegisSafe.com.au for the Lowest Price Guaranteed. SHOP NOW: http://www.aegissafe.com.au/product-category/fire-safety/fire-extinguishers/dry-chemical-fire-extinguisher-abe/
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Introduction to the Unitor dry chemical powder system

Introduction to the Unitor dry chemical powder system

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Short animation showing how the Unitor dry chemical powder system can surpress fire on board an LNG vessel.
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Applications and advantages of Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers

Applications and advantages of Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers

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A video showing how and when to use Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers by Fire and Safety Centre. Our website has your fire and safety needs covered: https://www.fireandsafetycentre.co.uk/ Want to connect with us? Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2slExor Facebook: http://bit.ly/2s11WhN Twitter: http://bit.ly/2qHRlVh LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2qJjkI7 Google+: http://bit.ly/2ryiSvC
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MINIMAX ABC POWDER STORED PRESSURE FIRE EXTINGUISHER DEMO ON WOOD

MINIMAX ABC POWDER STORED PRESSURE FIRE EXTINGUISHER DEMO ON WOOD

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MINIMAX ABC POWDER STORED PRESSURE FIRE EXTINGUISHER DEMO ON WOOD
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1977 Kidde Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (ABC type)

1977 Kidde Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (ABC type)

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This extinguisher is a 2.5 pound extinguisher.
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25kg Dry Chemical Powder 296B Fire Test

25kg Dry Chemical Powder 296B Fire Test

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  • Updated: 16 Apr 2015
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The Smokin' Science of Fire Extinguishers

The Smokin' Science of Fire Extinguishers

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  • Updated: 26 Sep 2016
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Different fuels create different types of fires, and each one needs to be extinguished using a specific strategy. Do you know which class of extinguisher is needed for different fires? Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters -- we couldn't make SciShow without them! Shout out to Kevin Bealer, Justin Lentz, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Patrick Merrithew, Accalia Elementia, Fatima Iqbal, Benny, Kyle Anderson, Mike Frayn, Tim Curwick, Will and Sonja Marple, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Kathy Philip, Patrick D. Ashmore, Thomas J., Charles George, and Bader AlGhamdi. ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/scishow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow ---------- Sources:https://www.britannica.com/technology/fire-extinguisher http://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/household-safety/fire/question346.htm http://www.h3rcleanagents.com/support_faq_2.htm https://books.google.com/books?id=GTyxNeyaiuUC&lpg=PA182 http://www.firesafe.org.uk/history-of-fire-extinguishers/ https://books.google.com/books?id=ymrrGzfWKsoC&lpg=PA179 http://www.falckproductions.com/resources/fire-safety-and-firewatch/classes-of-fire-a-b-c-d-and-k/ http://www.femalifesafety.org/types-of-extinguishers.html http://www.sc.edu/ehs/modules/Fire/01_triangle.htm http://www.brkelectronics.com/faqs/oem/what-do-the-abc-ratings-mean-on-fire-extinguishers http://www.bettendorf.org/egov/docs/1160167747_549163.pdf http://www.dependablefire.com/class-b-fires.php http://www.fireandsafetycentre.co.uk/advice-centre/dry-powder-fire-extinguishers/ http://www.fire-extinguisher101.com/class-d-fires.html https://www.springsgov.com/SIB/files/Class_K_Fire_Extinguishers%5B1%5D.pdf http://www.mosaicco.com/images/NSS__9_Monoammonium_Phos.pdf http://safety.eas.ualberta.ca/?page_id=197 http://www.premiumfiresecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/Buckeye_Combustible_Metals.pdf http://www.livestrong.com/article/285551-potassium-citrate-safety/ http://www.ilpi.com/safety/extinguishers.html Images https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/99/Fire_tetrahedron.svg/2000px-Fire_tetrahedron.svg.png https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Monoammonium-phosphate-3D-balls.png
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Frontline How to use an ABE or Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher

Frontline How to use an ABE or Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher

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this video provides a good example of how to use a Dry Chemical fire Extinguisher
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2003 Amerex Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (BC type)

2003 Amerex Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (BC type)

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This extinguisher is a 10 pound unit.
https://wn.com/2003_Amerex_Dry_Chemical_Fire_Extinguisher_(Bc_Type)
Dry chemical fire extinguisher vs air-pressurized water extinguisher on cardboard fire

Dry chemical fire extinguisher vs air-pressurized water extinguisher on cardboard fire

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Dry chemical fire extinguisher vs air-pressurized water extinguisher on cardboard fire
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German Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (ABC type)

German Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (ABC type)

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  • Updated: 14 Mar 2015
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German multipurpose powder is blue in color. It is also a cartridge operated extinguisher.
https://wn.com/German_Dry_Chemical_Fire_Extinguisher_(Abc_Type)
FIRE EXTINGUISHER CLEANUP  How to Clean After Discharging an ABC Dry Chemical Unit

FIRE EXTINGUISHER CLEANUP How to Clean After Discharging an ABC Dry Chemical Unit

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  • Updated: 12 May 2014
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In this video we demonstrate how to clean extinguishing agent from items that were in the extinguisher's "blast zone" If we have ever cleaned after a fire has been put out with a dry chemical extinguisher, then, we have probably wondered if the cure was worse than the disease. The ammonium phosphate is that fine, yellow powdery fallout that was blasted over a surprisingly large area. Ammonium phosphate softens and sticks when in contact with hot surfaces. While this characteristic makes it a great extinguishing agent, it sometimes makes cleanup very difficult. ABC dry chem can do serious damage to delicate equipment and corrode metal, especially if it is not thoroughly cleaned. You may find more information on this subject in our Wordpress article: How to Clean Up After Using a Dry Chemical ABC Type (Ordinary) Fire Extinguisher. http://fireextinguisherman.wordpress.com/article/how-to-clean-up-after-using-a-dry-chemical-abc-type-ordinary-fire-extinguisher/ The same article can also be found in our One Minute Reads. http://tnsummitfire.com/articles.htm CO2 extinguisher present their own hazard; see our article Dangers Associated with Clean Agent Extinguishers. http://fireextinguisherman.wordpress.com/article/dangers-associated-with-clean-agent-extinguishers-2/ For more fire safety information, please, check our video channel and visit tnsummitfire.com http://www.tnsummitfire.com Bill’s Notes’ content has now been incorporated into Minute Reads and Summit Home page.
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Fritz Emde - Recycling - Old Dry Chemical Powder Disposal

Fritz Emde - Recycling - Old Dry Chemical Powder Disposal

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You have filled fire extinguishers with powder and must empty tem in a bag ? This unit will help a lot and fasten the process.
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How to use the dry chemical extinguisher I.

How to use the dry chemical extinguisher I.

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  • Updated: 22 Sep 2015
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How to use the dry chemical extinguisher II.

How to use the dry chemical extinguisher II.

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  • Updated: 22 Sep 2015
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Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

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  • Updated: 24 Jul 2015
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Fire extinguisher operation

Fire extinguisher operation

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Dry chemical powder extinguisher
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Diesel fire put out with 300lbs dry chemical extinguisher

Diesel fire put out with 300lbs dry chemical extinguisher

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  • Updated: 25 Feb 2017
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