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The Gloria 2ltr foam fire extinguisher can be used in motor vehicles, caravans and workshops and is supplied with wall-mount bracket for secure fixing. Foam extinguishers are suitable for class A (solid combustible) and class B (flammable liquid) fires and the SD2LW has passed the 35kV conductivity test to protect you from accidental use on electrical equipment.
|Discharge Range (min)||
0°C to +60°C
15 bar at 20°C
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1 customer has given this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
We have just used our extinguisher to good effect: The extinguisher was a Gloria 2L AFFF which we always keep in the kitchen. On Thursday last a lorry made a delivery down our unlit track to our new next door neighbour's house that is currently being fitted out. In his efforts to reverse out he left the track and the front of the vehicle became bogged down. He tried hard to reverse out but couldn't. He came down to us to ask for help. As my son and I walked back to the lorry with the driver both the rear wheels were smoking badly and the rear offside tyre started to burn as we arrived at the lorry. I ran and got our extinguisher and by the time I had returned (64, not as fit as I used to be) the flames had a good hold on the inner edge of the tyre, rubber scrapings from it on the track and the plastic rear mudguard. The extinguisher put out all of the flames on both rubber and plastic immediately. The whole charge was used but there was no re-ignition and my son then proceeded to douse the whole wheel with water carried in buckets from an outside tap. I rate the extinguisher 10/10 for ease of use, accuracy and effectiveness. Without the throw of the extinguisher we could not have reached under the truck to get to the flames on the inner wheel edge, even if we had had water immediately available. I am certain that without the extinguisher the vehicle would have burnt out as the water supply took some time to arrange and the driver did not have any fire fighting equipment at all
Published on: 4th December 2011