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SRI has a wide range of fire fighting products, from a fire extinguisher to total fire fighting systems such as SR-200 System (HFC227 system), CO2 System and Direct/Indirect Fire Detection System.

 

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Total Flooding Systems

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Wet Chemical Suppression System

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High Pressure CO2 System


Extinguisher Agents
A portable fire extinguisher can save lives and property by putting out a small fire or suppressing it until the fire department arrives.

Extinguisher Agent Class of Fire Major Ingredient Risk covered
Dry Chemical ABC Mono-Ammonium Phosphate & Ammonium sulphate – Wood, paper, textiles & plastics
– Flammable liquids
– Burning gases
Dry Chemical BC Sodium Bicarbonate – Flammable liquids
– Burning gases
Dry Chemical BC Potassium Bicarbonate – Flammable liquids
– Burning gases
Dry Chemical (Monnex) BC Potassium Bicarbonate Urea Complex – Flammable liquids
– Burning gases
Dry Chemical D Sodium Chloride – Metal fires
Water A Water – Wood, paper, cloth, plastic, etc…
Carbon Dioxide BC
E
CO2 – Gasoline, oil, greases, paints, LPG, LNG, etc…
Foam AB AFFF Foam
A & B Foam
– Petrol, greases, paint, metals, gas, etc…

Fire Extinguisher Selection Guide

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Extinguishing Principles Dry Chemical (Pressurized / Cartridge) CO2 Water Foam
A Ordinary combustibles eg. Wood, cloth, paper, rubber, etc… Water Cooling or Combustion Inhibition YES NO YES YES
B Burning liquids: eg. Gasoline, oil, greases, paints Flame inhibiting or surface blanketing and cooling YES YES NO YES
C Fire Involving gases Flame inhibiting YES YES NO NO
D Combustible metals: eg. Magnesium, titanium, etc… Flame inhibiting YES YES NO YES
E Electronic fires: eg. Motor, switches, appliances, etc… Flame inhibiting YES YES NO YES