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  • 1kg DCP Fire Extinguisher

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    1kg DCP Fire Extinguisher
    Dry chemical Powder fire extinguishers are by far the most common fire extinguishers in the home. They can handle all three types of fires you would find in a kitchen or workshop: combustible solids like wood or paper, combustible liquids like gasoline or grease, and electrical fires. The idea behind a dry chemical fire extinguisher is to blanket the fuel with an inert solid (similar to dirt or sand).

    2,700
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  • 25kg DCP Trolley Fire Extinguisher

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    25kg DCP Trolley Fire Extinguisher
    Dry chemical Powder fire extinguishers are by far the most common fire extinguishers in the home. They can handle all three types of fires you would find in a kitchen or workshop: combustible solids like wood or paper, combustible liquids like gasoline or grease, and electrical fires. The idea behind a dry chemical fire extinguisher is to blanket the fuel with an inert solid (similar to dirt or sand).

    46,000
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  • 2Kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher

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    2Kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher
    CO2 Fire Extinguisher is highly effective in fighting B and C class of fires. These extinguishers are ideal for areas where contamination and/or clean-up are a concern, such as data processing centers, labs, telecommunication rooms, food storage and processing areas etc.

    8,200
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  • 2kg DCP Fire Extinguisher

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    2kg DCP Fire Extinguisher
    Dry chemical Powder fire extinguishers are by far the most common fire extinguishers in the home. They can handle all three types of fires you would find in a kitchen or workshop: combustible solids like wood or paper, combustible liquids like gasoline or grease, and electrical fires. The idea behind a dry chemical fire extinguisher is to blanket the fuel with an inert solid (similar to dirt or sand).

    3,800
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  • 3ft X 3ft Fire Blanket

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    3ft X 3ft Fire Blanket
    A fire blanket extinguishes a fire by cutting off the fire’s supply of oxygen, to smother it.
    In a residential setting, a fire blanket should be located in the kitchen to assist with fires on the stove.
    In commercial situations, a fire blanket should be kept wherever oils or fats, being used in cooking appliances, are a potential fire risk.

    3,050
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  • 3Kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher

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    3Kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher
    CO2 Fire Extinguisher is highly effective in fighting B and C class of fires. These extinguishers are ideal for areas where contamination and/or clean-up are a concern, such as data processing centers, labs, telecommunication rooms, food storage and processing areas etc.

    9,300
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  • 4ft X 4ft Fire Blanket

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    4ft X 4ft Fire Blanket
    A fire blanket extinguishes a fire by cutting off the fire’s supply of oxygen, to smother it.
    In a residential setting, a fire blanket should be located in the kitchen to assist with fires on the stove.
    In commercial situations, a fire blanket should be kept wherever oils or fats, being used in cooking appliances, are a potential fire risk.

    3,600
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  • 50Kg CO2 Trolley Fire Extinguisher

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    50Kg CO2 Trolley Fire Extinguisher
    CO2 Fire Extinguisher is highly effective in fighting B and C class of fires. These extinguishers are ideal for areas where contamination and/or clean-up are a concern, such as data processing centers, labs, telecommunication rooms, food storage and processing areas etc.

    62,500
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  • 50kg DCP Trolley Fire Extinguisher

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    50kg DCP Trolley Fire Extinguisher
    Dry chemical Powder fire extinguishers are by far the most common fire extinguishers in the home. They can handle all three types of fires you would find in a kitchen or workshop: combustible solids like wood or paper, combustible liquids like gasoline or grease, and electrical fires. The idea behind a dry chemical fire extinguisher is to blanket the fuel with an inert solid (similar to dirt or sand).

    62,500
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  • 5Kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher

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    5Kg CO2 Fire Extinguisher
    CO2 Fire Extinguisher is highly effective in fighting B and C class of fires. These extinguishers are ideal for areas where contamination and/or clean-up are a concern, such as data processing centers, labs, telecommunication rooms, food storage and processing areas etc.

    13,700
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  • 6ft X 4ft Fire Blanket

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    6ft X 4ft Fire Blanket
    A fire blanket extinguishes a fire by cutting off the fire’s supply of oxygen, to smother it.
    In a residential setting, a fire blanket should be located in the kitchen to assist with fires on the stove.
    In commercial situations, a fire blanket should be kept wherever oils or fats, being used in cooking appliances, are a potential fire risk.

    4,150
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  • 6kg DCP Fire Extinguisher

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    6kg DCP Fire Extinguisher
    Dry chemical Powder fire extinguishers are by far the most common fire extinguishers in the home. They can handle all three types of fires you would find in a kitchen or workshop: combustible solids like wood or paper, combustible liquids like gasoline or grease, and electrical fires. The idea behind a dry chemical fire extinguisher is to blanket the fuel with an inert solid (similar to dirt or sand).

    7,100
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  • 9Kg CO2 Trolley Fire Extinguisher

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    9Kg CO2 Trolley Fire Extinguisher
    CO2 Fire Extinguisher is highly effective in fighting B and C class of fires. These extinguishers are ideal for areas where contamination and/or clean-up are a concern, such as data processing centers, labs, telecommunication rooms, food storage and processing areas etc.

    40,500
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  • 9kg DCP Fire Extinguisher

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    9kg DCP Fire Extinguisher
    Dry chemical Powder fire extinguishers are by far the most common fire extinguishers in the home. They can handle all three types of fires you would find in a kitchen or workshop: combustible solids like wood or paper, combustible liquids like gasoline or grease, and electrical fires. The idea behind a dry chemical fire extinguisher is to blanket the fuel with an inert solid (similar to dirt or sand).

    8,200
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  • Aluminized Fire Proximity Suit

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    Aluminized Fire Proximity Suit.
    High temperature fire approach suit for firefighters. The aluminuzed fire approach suit is designed for rescuing and searching sites where there are in excessive high temperature raging 800-1050 degree celsius. The outer layer effectively reflect more than 90% heat, so as to help firefighter to prolong his stay and rescue successfully.

    57,000
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  • Battery Smoke Detector

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    SMOKE ALARM – GENERAL PURPOSE IDEAL FOR ALL AREAS
    – BATTERY INCLUDED
    – Alarm Test Button
    – Low Battery Warning

    2,500
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