Safelincs are supplying E.ON UK, one of the UK’s largest power companies, with new fire extinguishers for the Grain Power Station in Kent. Safelincs were asked to quote for the supply and commissioning of the extinguishers to replace all of the existing 525 extinguishers on site. All extinguishers are individually numbered to allow clear identification. We also offered the responsible disposal of the old extinguishers. Critical to our success was Safelincs’ ability to meet all of E.ON’s requirements, quoting Safelincs’ own extinguishers with 10 year warranty at unbeatable prices, and to deliver and commission within the required timeline.
This week we have launched the Safelincs single fire extinguisher cabinets. These fantastic new models are not only durable and effective (coming with a 5 year warranty) but they are also very economical.
The bright, high-visibility casing makes the unit obvious in fire situations and the large viewing window and fire extinguisher sign make its function clear to users. The single fire extinguisher cabinet has a water resistant rating to IP54 making it suitable for external use as well as internal. The units are designed to hold 6 or 9 litre fire extinguishers.
For more information take a look at the Safelincs single fire extinguisher cabinet listing.
|The Synergy 2 litre ABF foam kitchen fire extinguisher is the long awaited answer to all-round fire safety in the home/small commercial kitchen. With its unique ability to extinguish cooking oil fires as well as class A and B fires, this compact extinguisher is a superb solution for any domestic or small commercial kitchen. In comparison to the traditional 6 litre wet chemical extinguishers used in kitchens, this is a small, inexpensive and more diverse fire extinguisher. It is also suited for general household fires, such as paper, wood, soft furninshing etc.
To find out more about this unique foam extinguisher please visit the Kitchen extinguisher page.
|Safelincs are pleased to announce their BAFE accreditation for the maintenance of portable fire extinguishers.
Safelincs have a nationwide team of BAFE registered fire extinguisher servicing engineers. The BAFE accreditation and the related logo gives customers a visible way of recognising the professional competence of the company and the peace of mind that all service work undertaken
|by Safelincs is carried out to the same standard anywhere in the country. BAFE is a non-profit making organisation dedicated to improving the standards in fire protection. Companies who achieve BAFE accreditation are able to demonstrate their competence and quality of their service through this third party certification.
Safelincs offer installation, maintenance and commissioning of fire extinguishers without tying companies into a long term service agreement. If you would like to discuss your extinguisher maintenance needs, please do not hesitate to contact Safelincs on 0800 612 4827 or visit www.safelincs.co.uk Safelincs BAFE registration number: 1216
|On Thursday 27th August Safelincs launched their very own range of superior fire extinguishers.These extinguishers are great value for money, coming with a 10 year warranty (double that of most other extinguishers).
What separates these extinguishers from the competition?
Well, firstly it is the unique manufacturing process known as “semi-shell construction“, leaving only one visible joining weld on the fire extinguisher as opposed to the usual three. This reduces the risk of corrosion as there are less weld joints, which enables us to offer the fantastic 10 year warranty.
|Each Safelincs fire extinguisher has a strong durable handle and robust steel pin which reduces accidental damage and damage during transportation, this provides peace of mind about the effectiveness of the extinguisher. The Safelincs models are also manufactured with a universal valve design which means that any engineer can service the extinguishers with standard tools.
For more information on the Safelincs range of fire extinguishers, please visit the Fire Extinguisher Section on our website.
|Safelincs held their international meeting last week at their headquarters in Alford, Lincolnshire. The meeting was held over a three day period and provided an opportunity for Safelincs’ European partners in Italy, France and Ireland to increase bonds with Safelincs UK as well as providing a platform for training.
During the three days presentations about the individual countries’ fire safety markets were made by each partner company and training presentations were delivered by EI Electronics, Kidde, Phoenix and Radal, fire safety suppliers to Safelincs
The event was a great success and guests had some opportunity to enjoy the delights of Lincoln.