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Fire Extinguisher Lithium Ion Fires 9L


Fire Extinguisher Lithium Ion Fires 9L

Premium Quality. High Corrosion resistant.

  • F-500 is a multiple-purpose firefighting agent which is ideal for Class A, B and F fire.
  • It is the only agent proven to extinguish fires of lithium-ion batteries without reignition.
  • It is completely fluorine-free, contains no PFOA, PFOS or any fluorine ingredients.
  • It is non-corrosive, non-toxic, non-hazardous, and fully biodegradable.

Size: 9L
Rating: 3A:10B:4F
Standards Approval: AS/NZS 1841.2
BSI Benchmark No. BMP520107

TECHNICAL INFO Fire Extinguisher Lithium Ion Fires

This extinguisher is not to be used on AC Power (100V AC or higher) electrical fires.

Certified and approved to AS/NZS 1841.2

  • Size: 9.0L
  • Fire Rating: 3A:10B:4F
  • Operating Pressure: 10 bar
  • Test Pressure: 25 bar
  • Agent: F-500 Multi-Purpose Encapsulator Agent
  • Propellant: Dry Nitrogen
  • Cylinder Volume: 12.5L
  • Extinguisher Height: 638mm
  • Cylinder Height: 541mm
  • Cylinder Width: 180mm
  • Full Weight: 12.2kg
  • Cylinder Finish: High UV Resistance
  • Model: FB9LF-500

The LI-ion Fire Solution extinguisher is a water type fire extinguisher with the F-500 Encapsulator agent. This Extinguisher has been manufactured and approved to Australian Standard AS/NZS1841.2 and tested as per the requirement of AS1850 for class A, B and F fires.

Extensive testing has been performed, and this cooling agent, performs exceptionally well against lithium-Ion Battery Fires. The 4L LI-ion Fire Solution Extinguisher has been tested on a 2.4kWh Li-ion battery fire. The 9L Lithium-Ion Fire Extinguisher has been tested on a 4.8KWh Lithium-Ion battery fire.

We encourage you to discuss your individual fire needs with your Fire Service provider to ensure that you are covered for all Fire-types not just Lithium-Ion Battery Fires.
This Extinguisher is not for use on 100V AC or higher voltage Electrical Fires.

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Read the NSW Fire and Rescue Guide to Safe Operating of Fire Extinguishers Australia

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