Safelincs provide stored pressure and cartridge operated portable fire extinguishers, available from leading manufacturers in a wide range of sizes and extinguishing agents, designed to tackle multiple types of fire within the home and commercial applications. Read our guide to fire classes and guide to fire extinguisher types to learn more.
Designed for use in commercial kitchens where industrial deep fat fryers are found, the wet chemical suffocates flames and cools burning oil.
Designed for use on deep fat fryer fires and also effective on burning wood, paper, cardboard etc, this extinguisher is perfect for industrial kitchens.
Remove the cost of maintenance with this non-corrosive fire extinguisher, fully compliant to all British and European Standards.
No annual servicing by an extinguisher company needed, Kitemarked and MED approved, these units can save you money and time.
A fire extinguisher that is Kitemarked and CE Marked and doesn't require an extinguisher company to service it. Reduce your maintenance costs.
These MED Approved and Kitemarked extinguishers do not need annual servicing by an extinguisher company and are fitted with Schrader valves for easy refilling.
Ideal for industrial kitchens with its ability to tackle cooking oil fires, this wet chemical extinguisher is service-free and corrosion-proof.
With fire ratings suitable for tackling burning solid materials and burning liquids, the 9l foam is an ideal extinguisher in office environments.
These extinguishers are perfect for installing in large public venues, offering fire fighting on burning solid materials and burning liquids.
With high fire ratings, these extinguisher units are often installed on caravan parks, ideal for extinguishing burning wood, furniture and flammable liquids.
Manufactured with prestigious environments in mind, the stainless steel 9 litre foam is often partnered with a polished aluminium 2kg CO2 extinguisher.
Excellent fire-fighters, the 9kg powder extinguisher is suitable for warehouses and fuel reserves or on lorries and industrial vehicles.
An extremely powerful fire-fighter, this large powder extinguisher is ideal for industrial environments where highly flammable materials may be present.
These units are often found in industrial locations including boat yards, on marine vessels or in harbours. Suitable in areas with flammable materials are present.
The most common extinguisher on the market, the 9 litre water is an extinguisher that is ideal for fighting class A fires without using any chemicals.
A typical installation would be in offices, reception areas or open public areas and is often paired up with a CO2 extinguisher.
Designed to fight fires fuelled by wood, paper, furniture etc. and usually paired with a CO2 fire extinguisher to cover office spaces and foyers etc.
A super powder fire extinguisher that is the most effective at tackling large flammable liquid fires such as fuel, alcohol and paint. Ideal for petrol stations, fuel depots, airports.
A specialist fire extinguisher designed to extinguish fires fuelled by burning metals such as lithium (up to 4700°C).
Designed to be mounted (on the wall bracket supplied) in un-manned areas, these automatic extinguishers are triggered by heat levels commonly associated with fire.