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Service Free Fire Extinguishers - Britannia P50 Fireworld
Britannia service free fire extinguishers do not require maintenance by an extinguisher engineer or a discharge test over their entire 10 year lifespan, which offers you massive savings.
The extinguishers are kitemarked, CE marked and supplied with a 10 year warranty (after 10 years the extinguishers can be refurbished for another 10 years service-free life). We take care of everything and the price includes: a free site survey, extinguisher installation, extinguisher ID sign and bracket, the certification and some quick training to show you and your staff how to look after their extinguishers.
Cost of purchasing and maintaining a single fire extinguisher over a 10 year period*
*The standard extinguisher costs are based on purchasing and maintaining a 9kg powder fire extinguisher for a period of 10 years.
Find out more information about how Britannia P50 fire extinguishers are constructed and how they are able to last for up to 20 years.
If you are looking for more information about the Britannia Fireworld self-maintenance fire extinguishers why not take a look at our frequently asked questions?
Britannia Fireworld extinguishers can be visually inspected easily by any person following the manufacturer's simple visual inspection instructions. The annual visual check is then simply recorded on the back of the extinguisher (using a permanent marker) and in the company's fire log book.
Visually inspect the extinguisher, checking for any signs of tampering or damage and ensure that the tamper seal is still in place. Using a clean cloth remove any dust and dirt that may have built up on the extinguisher's body.
Check the manufacturing date of the extinguisher, this is located on the bottom of the extinguisher. This process also ensures that the extinguisher is turned on its head which stops the extinguishing agent from settling.
Visually check that the gauge needles in both pressure gauges are in the green. Hold a magnet underneath the front gauge (located directly under the safety pin) and move it from side to side so that the needle follows it. Release the magnet and ensure that the needle returns to the green area of the pressure gauge.