Our water mist extinguishers discharge de-ionised water in a super fine spray to form a mist jet. They have a broader fire-fighting capability than powder, foam or wet chemical extinguishers.
The water mist technology used by our water mist extinguishers allows them to produce over 22 billion water droplets from only 1 litre of water! The droplets are as small as 25 microns in diameter and create an ultra-fine mist which has superior fire-fighting capabilities. The patented nozzle creates water droplets unlike any other extinguisher, producing mist that leaves almost no trace and no collateral damage.
The extinguishers are capable of tackling almost all common fires including class A, B, C, F type fires as well as fires involving live electrical equipment of up to 1000V! The unique water mist has the cooling effect of water and creates a "mist curtain" cutting off the oxygen supply. The droplets are so small that they have no adverse reaction on burning liquids and fats, allowing the extinguishers to be used on class B and F fires.
Our water mist extinguishers can be used safely on paper, wood, soft furnishing, electrical equipment such as computers and printers, small oil and fat fires, clothing and gas flames and are therefore perfect for offices, workshops, churches, schools and homes.
The water droplets created by the extinguishers are so small that electricity cannot travel through them. In addition, our water mist extinguishers contain only de-ionised water which cannot carry electrical current. Our water mist extinguishers have been di-electrically tested with 35000 Volt! Therefore the extinguishers are completely safe for use on live electrical equipment (up to 1000V at 1m distance).
The extinguishers have been tested to the highest standards achieving the Kitemark or LPCB mark to BS EN3 standards. Our water mist extinguishers have proven themselves on live fires in many rigorous tests. Please take a look at the extinguishers in action on some of our videos.
The water mist extinguishers are 100% recyclable and do not contain any chemicals. Using only de-ionised water, it is safe to discharge the extinguishers on a fire or when testing or servicing the units