• Fire Safety Training - How to Use a WATER Fire Extinguisher

    Short clip on how to correctly and SAFELY use a WATER based Fire Extinguisher. Other clips available for CO2, Foam & Powder extinguishers. Click here - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142507275404?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 To purchase the full ranging Fire DVD produced in conjunction with Ex-Firefighters and featuring subjects including: Fire Prevention The Fire Triangle Fire Evacuation Tackling a Fire Using the correct Extinguishers The DVD also contains Fire Safety Posters, Desktop Wallpapers, A Fire Warden Checksheet and a Questionnaire to help prove knowledge after watching the DVD. These are all printable versions available on the DVD!

    published: 07 Jun 2010
  • How To: Refill/Recharge a Water Fire Extinguisher [HD]

    A Quick toutorial on how to refill and recharge a water fire extinguisher. If you liked this video subscribe! New Videos Every Friday!

    published: 03 Apr 2015
  • Water mist fire extinguisher test day

    This is a video of the testing of our water mist fire extinguisher. As you can see from the video, traditional fire extinguisher types are used to show what happens when they are used, then the water mist fire extinguisher is used, don't blink - you may miss it. As it is difficult to replicate an electrical fire, where you can see the extinguisher being used on a TV set and lighting, this was shown to illustrate that the operator remained safe during such use.

    published: 09 Oct 2013
  • AMEREX WATER FIER EXTINGUISHER

    Testing out a water fire extinguisher

    published: 28 Jun 2014
  • Fire Extinguishers Training Video - AUSTRALIAN Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

    This program addresses the information a person needs to know in order to select and safely use a portable fire extinguisher in the workplace. The program content looks at: • Components of fire • Fire Fighting Techniques • Extinguishing Agents • Fire Extinguishers and the Classes of FiresFire Extinguisher Operation, and • General Guidelines to adhere to when fighting fires. The program looks in detail at the most commonly used fire extinguishers in the workplace, those being: • Water Extinguishers • Foam Extinguishers • CO2 Extinguishers, and • Powder/Dry Chemical Extinguishers, and • Fire Blankets When a fire starts, every second counts. It is therefore critically important that employees are fully trained and competent to use portable fire extinguishers.

    published: 24 Jul 2012
  • Fire Extinguishers Training Video - NORTH AMERICA Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

    This program addresses the information a person needs to know in order to select and safely use a portable fire extinguisher in the workplace. The program content looks at: • Components of fire • Fire Fighting Techniques • Extinguishing Agents • Fire Extinguishers and the Classes of FiresFire Extinguisher Operation, and • General Guidelines to adhere to when fighting fires. The program looks in detail at the most commonly used fire extinguishers in the workplace, those being: • Water Extinguishers • Foam Extinguishers • CO2 Extinguishers, and • Powder/Dry Chemical Extinguishers, and • Fire Blankets When a fire starts, every second counts. It is therefore critically important that employees are fully trained and competent to use portable fire extinguishers.

    published: 24 Jul 2012
  • Fire Extinguishers Training Video - UNITED KINGDOM Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

    This program addresses the information a person needs to know in order to select and safely use a portable fire extinguisher in the workplace. The program content looks at: • Components of fire • Fire Fighting Techniques • Extinguishing Agents • Fire Extinguishers and the Classes of FiresFire Extinguisher Operation, and • General Guidelines to adhere to when fighting fires. The program looks in detail at the most commonly used fire extinguishers in the workplace, those being: • Water Extinguishers • Foam Extinguishers • CO2 Extinguishers, and • Powder/Dry Chemical Extinguishers, and • Fire Blankets When a fire starts, every second counts. It is therefore critically important that employees are fully trained and competent to use portable fire extinguishers.

    published: 24 Jul 2012
  • How to Use a Fire Extinguisher

    Watch more Home Security & Safety videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/341988-How-to-Use-a-Fire-Extinguisher Accidents happen. Be prepared to fight your own fire by learning how to use a fire extinguisher. Step 1: Know how fire extinguishers are classified Know how fire extinguishers are classified. Class A extinguishers are for common combustibles like paper or wood; Class B are for flammable liquids; and Class C are for electrical fires. Tip The Red Cross recommends ABC classified fire extinguishers for home use. Step 2: Inspect the fire extinguisher Inspect the fire extinguisher before use. Read instructions and warnings; check that the pressure gauge needle is in the green portion of the gauge; and check for a clogged nozzle, a broken seal, or other damage. Tip A fire extinguis...

    published: 21 May 2010
  • Fire Classes and Extinguishing Agents

    After having completed this Video you will be familiar with: The Extinguishing agents normally used on board The internationally used fire classes The suitability of the various extinguishing agents for the fire classes Fire Classes: Class A Fire Class B Fire Class C Fire Class D Fire Water Extinguishers Co2 Extinguishers Foam Extinguishers Powder Extinguishers Halon System Controlling Fire Fighting Operation Aboard ships https://youtu.be/LuD1cKaURAk Fire Team Tactics https://youtu.be/OmOi9WagA-E Fire Fighting Procedures at Sea and Port https://youtu.be/iJ3l04bYFkc Inspection and Servicce of Fire Extinguishing equipment https://youtu.be/f8gdkR6JMpY Ship Fire Reporting https://youtu.be/_XhqXPSZ81A Fire Classes and Extinguishing Agents https://youtu.be/5C25uHLIZn0 Fire Fighting Rul...

    published: 21 Oct 2016
  • SFD Training Minute-Water Can Fill Station

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    published: 20 Mar 2015
  • The Water Extinguisher

    The Water extinguisher is perfect for class A fires. Watch this tutorial. This is part of the Fire training supplied by www.ihasco.co.uk

    published: 14 Mar 2011
  • World’s BIGGEST (and most powerful) FIRE ENGINE TRUCK ever built! (JET POWERED!)

    World’s BIGGEST (and most powerful) FIRE ENGINE TRUCK ever built! (JET POWERED!) It's surely one of the world's biggest and best and most useful modern inventions! And one the very largest machines in the world of its type too! An act of engineering genius... Known as Big Wind, this extraordinary contraption is comprised of two 10-foot-long MiG fighter jet engines mounted on top of a 46-ton tank. This ultimate fire-fighting weapon generates 27,000 pounds of thrust and can expel 8,000 gallons of water per minute. Big Wind proved to be especially useful in extinguishing Kuwaiti oil fields set alight by Saddam Hussein’s retreating army in 1991. Thanks for visiting the Amazing Planet channel! The music, called "Epic World", was composed by Score Squad.

    published: 29 Oct 2015
  • Applications of Water and Water Additive Fire Extinguishers

    A video showing how and when to use Water and Water Additive Fire Extinguishers by Fire and Safety Centre. Our website has your fire and safety needs covered: https://www.fireandsafetycentre.co.uk/ Want to connect with us? Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2slExor Facebook: http://bit.ly/2s11WhN Twitter: http://bit.ly/2qHRlVh LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2qJjkI7 Google+: http://bit.ly/2ryiSvC

    published: 20 Jun 2012
  • Fire Safety Training - How to Use a FOAM Fire Extinguisher

    Short clip on how to correctly and SAFELY use a FOAM based Fire Extinguisher. Other clips available for Water, CO2 & Powder extinguishers. Click here - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142507275404?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 To purchase the full ranging Fire DVD produced in conjunction with Ex-Firefighters and featuring subjects including: Fire Prevention The Fire Triangle Fire Evacuation Tackling a Fire Using the correct Extinguishers The DVD also contains Fire Safety Posters, Desktop Wallpapers, A Fire Warden Checksheet and a Questionnaire to help prove knowledge after watching the DVD. These are all printable versions available on the DVD!

    published: 07 Jun 2010
  • Comparison of E-Series Water Mist Fire Extinguisher with Traditional Fire Extinguishers

    A short video showing Jewel Saffire Water Mist fire extinguishers being tested alongside traditional fire extinguishers.

    published: 16 Feb 2015
  • Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses | A Fire Extinguisher Guide

    http://www.Fire-Ready.com/fire-extinguishers - In this fire extinguisher guide we will discuss common fire extinguisher types and uses. Understanding classes, ratings and uses is the first step in selecting the best fire extinguisher for your home, car or place of business. Understanding How Fire Starts Before we talk about the different types of fire extinguishers though, it's important that you understand how fire actually works. In order for a fire to occur, there must be 3 elements present. These elements include Oxygen, heat and fuel. When all 3 of these elements come together it creates a chemical reaction which causes fire. In order to put out a fire, you need to remove one or more of these elements. Different Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses As you review the fire extinguishe...

    published: 19 Feb 2014
  • Fire extinguisher Collection: Powder, CO2, Foam and Water additive

    My collection of fire extinguishers!

    published: 07 Apr 2015
  • How Fire Extinguishers Work

    Fire extinguishers are nearly ubiquitous, and they can be an invaluable, life-saving device. But what’s inside those little red cylinders, and how does it stop a fire? Share on Facebook: https://goo.gl/hF7RFe Share on Twitter: https://goo.gl/qKWGmd Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com If you’re like me, then you constantly worry about buildings catching on fire when someone plays your newest mixtape. And since you can’t compromise your artistic integrity because of a few exploding sound systems, you have to be prepared for the blazes that inevitably ensue once the beat drops. A fire extinguisher is one of your best options – but what are these things, anyway? How do they work? First, let’s talk about fire. Fire is the result of a chemical com...

    published: 20 Aug 2015
  • Ansul Sentry Water Fire Extinguishers

    This is a video from Ansul describing and illustrating the use of Sentry Water fire extinguishers. www.westernfireprevention.com

    published: 03 May 2012
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  • Fire Extinguisher Classification?

    Classification Internationally there are several accepted classification methods for hand-held fire extinguisher. Each classification is useful in fighting fires with a particular group of fuel. Australia and New Zealand[edit] Specifications for fire extinguishers are set out in the standard AS/NZS 1841, the most recent version being released in 2007. All fire extinguishers must be painted signal red. Except for water extinguishers, each extinguisher has a coloured band near the top, covering at least 10% of the extinguisher's body length, specifying its contents. In Australia, yellow (Halon) fire extinguishers are illegal to own or use on a fire, unless an essential use exemption has been granted, this is due to the ozone-depleting nature of halon. United Kingdom[edit] Typical United K...

    published: 02 Feb 2016
  • Fire Extinguisher cut in half with A 60,000 PSI Waterjet Cutter - Interesting Cross Section

    A full Fire Extinguisher cut in half with a waterjet cutter. I was surprised how dry it was inside after it was cut. It was a cool cross section and allowed us to see how a fire extinguisher works. Send us something to cut in half with our water jet cutter!!! We also have a huge hydraulic press, so we can crush things too if we want. PO Box 671 Bountiful, UT 84011 USA Our Instagram is now live! Follow Waterjet Channel for updates and sneak peeks at future videos! https://www.instagram.com/waterjetchannel/ A fire extinguisher vs a 60,000 psi waterjet cutter Leave a comment with what you think we should cut open next and don't forget to subscribe! Music: https://soundcloud.com/chrissolita Watch some of our other videos: Dry Ice vs 60,000 PSI Waterjet https://youtu.be/jdMXXqV...

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • How To Make A Powerful Fire Extinguisher That Puts Out Most Fires - HD

    In this video I will show you how to make a very powerful fire extinguisher, because even tho water will put out some fires, it will not put out all fires, such as grease fires, so having a fire extinguisher is a good thing, just note that this extinguisher is no good for long term storage, it is more of an experiment, so you should rely get a small extinguisher to have on hand.

    published: 30 Sep 2009
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Fire Safety Training - How to Use a WATER Fire Extinguisher

Fire Safety Training - How to Use a WATER Fire Extinguisher

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  • Duration: 1:05
  • Updated: 07 Jun 2010
  • views: 76938
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Short clip on how to correctly and SAFELY use a WATER based Fire Extinguisher. Other clips available for CO2, Foam & Powder extinguishers. Click here - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142507275404?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 To purchase the full ranging Fire DVD produced in conjunction with Ex-Firefighters and featuring subjects including: Fire Prevention The Fire Triangle Fire Evacuation Tackling a Fire Using the correct Extinguishers The DVD also contains Fire Safety Posters, Desktop Wallpapers, A Fire Warden Checksheet and a Questionnaire to help prove knowledge after watching the DVD. These are all printable versions available on the DVD!
https://wn.com/Fire_Safety_Training_How_To_Use_A_Water_Fire_Extinguisher
How To: Refill/Recharge a Water Fire Extinguisher [HD]

How To: Refill/Recharge a Water Fire Extinguisher [HD]

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  • Updated: 03 Apr 2015
  • views: 17263
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A Quick toutorial on how to refill and recharge a water fire extinguisher. If you liked this video subscribe! New Videos Every Friday!
https://wn.com/How_To_Refill_Recharge_A_Water_Fire_Extinguisher_Hd
Water mist fire extinguisher test day

Water mist fire extinguisher test day

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  • Duration: 3:57
  • Updated: 09 Oct 2013
  • views: 13439
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This is a video of the testing of our water mist fire extinguisher. As you can see from the video, traditional fire extinguisher types are used to show what happens when they are used, then the water mist fire extinguisher is used, don't blink - you may miss it. As it is difficult to replicate an electrical fire, where you can see the extinguisher being used on a TV set and lighting, this was shown to illustrate that the operator remained safe during such use.
https://wn.com/Water_Mist_Fire_Extinguisher_Test_Day
AMEREX WATER FIER EXTINGUISHER

AMEREX WATER FIER EXTINGUISHER

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  • Duration: 11:56
  • Updated: 28 Jun 2014
  • views: 9842
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Testing out a water fire extinguisher
https://wn.com/Amerex_Water_Fier_Extinguisher
Fire Extinguishers Training Video - AUSTRALIAN Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

Fire Extinguishers Training Video - AUSTRALIAN Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

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  • Duration: 2:12
  • Updated: 24 Jul 2012
  • views: 33441
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This program addresses the information a person needs to know in order to select and safely use a portable fire extinguisher in the workplace. The program content looks at: • Components of fire • Fire Fighting Techniques • Extinguishing Agents • Fire Extinguishers and the Classes of FiresFire Extinguisher Operation, and • General Guidelines to adhere to when fighting fires. The program looks in detail at the most commonly used fire extinguishers in the workplace, those being: • Water Extinguishers • Foam Extinguishers • CO2 Extinguishers, and • Powder/Dry Chemical Extinguishers, and • Fire Blankets When a fire starts, every second counts. It is therefore critically important that employees are fully trained and competent to use portable fire extinguishers.
https://wn.com/Fire_Extinguishers_Training_Video_Australian_Version_Preview_Safetycare_Workplace_Safety
Fire Extinguishers Training Video - NORTH AMERICA Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

Fire Extinguishers Training Video - NORTH AMERICA Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

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  • Duration: 2:06
  • Updated: 24 Jul 2012
  • views: 27360
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This program addresses the information a person needs to know in order to select and safely use a portable fire extinguisher in the workplace. The program content looks at: • Components of fire • Fire Fighting Techniques • Extinguishing Agents • Fire Extinguishers and the Classes of FiresFire Extinguisher Operation, and • General Guidelines to adhere to when fighting fires. The program looks in detail at the most commonly used fire extinguishers in the workplace, those being: • Water Extinguishers • Foam Extinguishers • CO2 Extinguishers, and • Powder/Dry Chemical Extinguishers, and • Fire Blankets When a fire starts, every second counts. It is therefore critically important that employees are fully trained and competent to use portable fire extinguishers.
https://wn.com/Fire_Extinguishers_Training_Video_North_America_Version_Preview_Safetycare_Workplace_Safety
Fire Extinguishers Training Video - UNITED KINGDOM Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

Fire Extinguishers Training Video - UNITED KINGDOM Version Preview - Safetycare Workplace Safety

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  • Duration: 2:30
  • Updated: 24 Jul 2012
  • views: 156287
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This program addresses the information a person needs to know in order to select and safely use a portable fire extinguisher in the workplace. The program content looks at: • Components of fire • Fire Fighting Techniques • Extinguishing Agents • Fire Extinguishers and the Classes of FiresFire Extinguisher Operation, and • General Guidelines to adhere to when fighting fires. The program looks in detail at the most commonly used fire extinguishers in the workplace, those being: • Water Extinguishers • Foam Extinguishers • CO2 Extinguishers, and • Powder/Dry Chemical Extinguishers, and • Fire Blankets When a fire starts, every second counts. It is therefore critically important that employees are fully trained and competent to use portable fire extinguishers.
https://wn.com/Fire_Extinguishers_Training_Video_United_Kingdom_Version_Preview_Safetycare_Workplace_Safety
How to Use a Fire Extinguisher

How to Use a Fire Extinguisher

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  • Duration: 1:39
  • Updated: 21 May 2010
  • views: 370929
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Watch more Home Security & Safety videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/341988-How-to-Use-a-Fire-Extinguisher Accidents happen. Be prepared to fight your own fire by learning how to use a fire extinguisher. Step 1: Know how fire extinguishers are classified Know how fire extinguishers are classified. Class A extinguishers are for common combustibles like paper or wood; Class B are for flammable liquids; and Class C are for electrical fires. Tip The Red Cross recommends ABC classified fire extinguishers for home use. Step 2: Inspect the fire extinguisher Inspect the fire extinguisher before use. Read instructions and warnings; check that the pressure gauge needle is in the green portion of the gauge; and check for a clogged nozzle, a broken seal, or other damage. Tip A fire extinguisher won’t work if it’s not properly charged. The pressure gauge measures the charge. Step 3: Decide if you'll evacuate or stay and fight Decide if you’ll evacuate or stay and fight the fire. Consider the size of the fire, the amount of smoke in the room, and whether there is a reliable escape route. Step 4: Remember the acronym PASS Remember the acronym PASS. It stands for Pull, Aim, Squeeze, and Sweep. Step 5: Pull the pin that unlocks the operating handle Pull the pin or ring that unlocks the fire extinguisher’s operating handle, and aim the extinguisher at the base of the fire. Tip Aim at the fire from 6 to 8 feet away. Step 6: Squeeze extinguisher lever to discharge contents Squeeze the extinguisher lever to discharge its contents, and sweep the hose back and forth until the extinguisher is empty. Did You Know? Food Network star Alton Brown used a carbon dioxide fire extinguisher, a water cooler bottle, and a tennis racket to make a fruit smoothie on television.
https://wn.com/How_To_Use_A_Fire_Extinguisher
Fire Classes and Extinguishing Agents

Fire Classes and Extinguishing Agents

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  • Duration: 17:29
  • Updated: 21 Oct 2016
  • views: 5857
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After having completed this Video you will be familiar with: The Extinguishing agents normally used on board The internationally used fire classes The suitability of the various extinguishing agents for the fire classes Fire Classes: Class A Fire Class B Fire Class C Fire Class D Fire Water Extinguishers Co2 Extinguishers Foam Extinguishers Powder Extinguishers Halon System Controlling Fire Fighting Operation Aboard ships https://youtu.be/LuD1cKaURAk Fire Team Tactics https://youtu.be/OmOi9WagA-E Fire Fighting Procedures at Sea and Port https://youtu.be/iJ3l04bYFkc Inspection and Servicce of Fire Extinguishing equipment https://youtu.be/f8gdkR6JMpY Ship Fire Reporting https://youtu.be/_XhqXPSZ81A Fire Classes and Extinguishing Agents https://youtu.be/5C25uHLIZn0 Fire Fighting Rules and Regulation https://youtu.be/DLcwaxLEl3o Fire-Fighting Equipment and its Location On Board https://youtu.be/If9QLnmUqUQ Location of Fire Fighting Appliances And Detection System https://youtu.be/hx3blNPAk14 Physical Properties of Fire https://youtu.be/D3yAWToIbOw Response to Emergency Situations Involving Fire https://youtu.be/ZjHOZks-z3s Elements of Fire and Explosion - Fire Triangle https://youtu.be/MIXgDmUcyZM Don't Forget to subscribe US Like Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarineOnlineYoutube Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarineOnlineYou Follow Google+ https://plus.google.com/107450234425940445683
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SFD Training  Minute-Water Can Fill Station

SFD Training Minute-Water Can Fill Station

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  • Updated: 20 Mar 2015
  • views: 2205
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The Water Extinguisher

The Water Extinguisher

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  • Duration: 1:58
  • Updated: 14 Mar 2011
  • views: 1261
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The Water extinguisher is perfect for class A fires. Watch this tutorial. This is part of the Fire training supplied by www.ihasco.co.uk
https://wn.com/The_Water_Extinguisher
World’s BIGGEST (and most powerful)  FIRE ENGINE TRUCK ever built! (JET POWERED!)

World’s BIGGEST (and most powerful) FIRE ENGINE TRUCK ever built! (JET POWERED!)

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  • Duration: 2:36
  • Updated: 29 Oct 2015
  • views: 337842
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World’s BIGGEST (and most powerful) FIRE ENGINE TRUCK ever built! (JET POWERED!) It's surely one of the world's biggest and best and most useful modern inventions! And one the very largest machines in the world of its type too! An act of engineering genius... Known as Big Wind, this extraordinary contraption is comprised of two 10-foot-long MiG fighter jet engines mounted on top of a 46-ton tank. This ultimate fire-fighting weapon generates 27,000 pounds of thrust and can expel 8,000 gallons of water per minute. Big Wind proved to be especially useful in extinguishing Kuwaiti oil fields set alight by Saddam Hussein’s retreating army in 1991. Thanks for visiting the Amazing Planet channel! The music, called "Epic World", was composed by Score Squad.
https://wn.com/World’S_Biggest_(And_Most_Powerful)_Fire_Engine_Truck_Ever_Built_(Jet_Powered_)
Applications of Water and Water Additive Fire Extinguishers

Applications of Water and Water Additive Fire Extinguishers

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  • Duration: 3:39
  • Updated: 20 Jun 2012
  • views: 5456
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A video showing how and when to use Water and Water Additive Fire Extinguishers by Fire and Safety Centre. Our website has your fire and safety needs covered: https://www.fireandsafetycentre.co.uk/ Want to connect with us? Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2slExor Facebook: http://bit.ly/2s11WhN Twitter: http://bit.ly/2qHRlVh LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2qJjkI7 Google+: http://bit.ly/2ryiSvC
https://wn.com/Applications_Of_Water_And_Water_Additive_Fire_Extinguishers
Fire Safety Training - How to Use a FOAM Fire Extinguisher

Fire Safety Training - How to Use a FOAM Fire Extinguisher

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  • Duration: 1:04
  • Updated: 07 Jun 2010
  • views: 122590
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Short clip on how to correctly and SAFELY use a FOAM based Fire Extinguisher. Other clips available for Water, CO2 & Powder extinguishers. Click here - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142507275404?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 To purchase the full ranging Fire DVD produced in conjunction with Ex-Firefighters and featuring subjects including: Fire Prevention The Fire Triangle Fire Evacuation Tackling a Fire Using the correct Extinguishers The DVD also contains Fire Safety Posters, Desktop Wallpapers, A Fire Warden Checksheet and a Questionnaire to help prove knowledge after watching the DVD. These are all printable versions available on the DVD!
https://wn.com/Fire_Safety_Training_How_To_Use_A_Foam_Fire_Extinguisher
Comparison of E-Series Water Mist Fire Extinguisher with Traditional Fire Extinguishers

Comparison of E-Series Water Mist Fire Extinguisher with Traditional Fire Extinguishers

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  • Duration: 3:21
  • Updated: 16 Feb 2015
  • views: 2056
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A short video showing Jewel Saffire Water Mist fire extinguishers being tested alongside traditional fire extinguishers.
https://wn.com/Comparison_Of_E_Series_Water_Mist_Fire_Extinguisher_With_Traditional_Fire_Extinguishers
Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses | A Fire Extinguisher Guide

Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses | A Fire Extinguisher Guide

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  • Updated: 19 Feb 2014
  • views: 118388
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http://www.Fire-Ready.com/fire-extinguishers - In this fire extinguisher guide we will discuss common fire extinguisher types and uses. Understanding classes, ratings and uses is the first step in selecting the best fire extinguisher for your home, car or place of business. Understanding How Fire Starts Before we talk about the different types of fire extinguishers though, it's important that you understand how fire actually works. In order for a fire to occur, there must be 3 elements present. These elements include Oxygen, heat and fuel. When all 3 of these elements come together it creates a chemical reaction which causes fire. In order to put out a fire, you need to remove one or more of these elements. Different Fire Extinguisher Types and Uses As you review the fire extinguisher guide below, it's important to understand two things. First, different types of fire extinguishers are designed to fight a different classes or ratings of fire. Second, each fire extinguisher type works by removing a particular element from the fire equation. 1. Water fire extinguishers work by attacking the heat element of the fire equation. Water extinguishers should only be used on class "A" fires that involve ordinary materials like paper, wood and most plastics. 2. Foam fire extinguishers work by removing the heat and oxygen elements of the fire equation. This type of fire extinguisher should only be used on class "A and B" fires and should never be used on class "C" electrical fires due to electrocution hazard. 3. CO2 or Carbon Dioxide fire extinguishers work by attacking the oxygen in a fire. They also work to remove heat due to a very cold discharge. CO2 fire extinguishers should only be used on class "C" electrical fires and class "B" combustible liquid fires. 4. Dry chemical fire extinguishers primarily work by interrupting the chemical reaction of a fire. A very versatile fire extinguisher, these are rated to be effective on class "A, B and C" fires. Since A-B-C fires are the most common, dry chemical fire extinguishers are the most widely used in home fire situations. 5. Wet chemical fire extinguishers work by first removing the heat element of a fire and then preventing re-ignition by creating a barrier between the oxygen and fuel elements. This classification of fire extinguisher was specifically developed for class "K" fires that involve cooking oils and fats. Most often these fires occur in commercial restaurants and cafeteria settings. 6. Clean agent or Halogenated fire extinguishers work by interrupting the chemical reaction of a fire. The clean agent fire extinguisher is primarily for class "B" combustible liquid fires & class "C" electrical fires. 7. Dry powder fire extinguishers work by separating the fuel from the oxygen of a fire. These are only for use in class "D" fires that involve combustible metals like magnesium, titanium, potassium and sodium. Which fire extinguisher classification is right for you? As you can see, each class of fire requires a certain type of fire extinguisher to fight it. For most people, a dry chemical A-B-C rated fire extinguisher is going to be the best unit to have around the home, car or workplace. For others in a more specialized environment, a different type of fire extinguisher will be needed for effective firefighting. To get more information on different fire extinguisher types and uses as well as read up to date fire extinguisher reviews, check out our website at: http://www.Fire-Ready.com/fire-extinguishers
https://wn.com/Fire_Extinguisher_Types_And_Uses_|_A_Fire_Extinguisher_Guide
Fire extinguisher Collection: Powder, CO2, Foam and Water additive

Fire extinguisher Collection: Powder, CO2, Foam and Water additive

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  • Updated: 07 Apr 2015
  • views: 2934
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My collection of fire extinguishers!
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How Fire Extinguishers Work

How Fire Extinguishers Work

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Fire extinguishers are nearly ubiquitous, and they can be an invaluable, life-saving device. But what’s inside those little red cylinders, and how does it stop a fire? Share on Facebook: https://goo.gl/hF7RFe Share on Twitter: https://goo.gl/qKWGmd Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com If you’re like me, then you constantly worry about buildings catching on fire when someone plays your newest mixtape. And since you can’t compromise your artistic integrity because of a few exploding sound systems, you have to be prepared for the blazes that inevitably ensue once the beat drops. A fire extinguisher is one of your best options – but what are these things, anyway? How do they work? First, let’s talk about fire. Fire is the result of a chemical combustion reaction, typically between oxygen and some sort of fuel, like wood or gasoline. For the reaction to occur, the fuel has to reach its ignition temperature. For wood, that’s about 500 degrees F (or 260 C). The heat decomposes some of the wood’s cellulose. The decomposed stuff is released as volatile gases, like a compound of hydrogen, carbon and oxygen. When the gas is hot enough, its molecules break apart. The atoms recombine with the oxygen to form water, carbon dioxide and other products. The heat keeps the fuel at the ignition temperature, so it keeps burning as long as there is fuel and oxygen. There you have it. Fire, the result of extreme heat, oxygen and fuel. Fire extinguishers remove at least one of these elements from the equation. Fire extinguishers are metal cylinders filled with water or a smothering material. When you depress a lever at the top here, the material is expelled by high pressure, kind of like an aerosol can. Imagine a fire extinguisher cut in half – see it? OK, that plastic siphon tube leads from the bottom of the fire-suppressant reservoir to the top of the extinguisher. A spring-mounted valve blocks the passageway from the siphon to the nozzle. At the top of the cylinder, there is a smaller cylinder filled with a compressed gas -- liquid carbon dioxide, for example. A release valve keeps the compressed gas from escaping. When you pull out the safety pin and depress the operating lever, it pushes on an actuating rod. The rod presses the spring-mounted valve down to open up the passage to the nozzle. The bottom of the actuating rod has a sharp point, which pierces the gas cylinder release valve. The compressed gas escapes, applying downward pressure on the fire-suppressant material. This drives the material up the siphon and out the nozzle. The proper way to use the extinguisher is to aim it directly at the fuel, not the flames, and spray in a sweeping motion. There are three main types of extinguisher. A water extinguisher can put out things like burning wood, paper or cardboard – but it doesn’t work well on electrical fires or fires involving inflammable liquids. In an electrical fire, water may conduct the current, which could electrocute you. Water will only spread an inflammable liquid, making the fire worse. Not a good look. Then there’s the carbon dioxide extinguisher. The CO2 is kept in a pressurized liquid form. When the container is opened, the CO2 forms a gas. This gas is heavier than oxygen, so it displaces the oxygen surrounding the fuel. This extinguisher is common in restaurants because it won't contaminate cooking equipment or food. The most popular extinguisher material is the dry chemical extinguisher. These cylinders contain foam or powder, typically made of sodium bicarbonate (you know, baking soda), potassium bicarbonate or monoammonium phosphate. Baking soda starts to decompose at only 158 degrees F (70 degrees C), and when it decomposes, it releases CO2. The CO2, along with the insulation of the foam, smothers fire. But be careful. Most fire extinguishers contain a small amount of suppressant -- you can use it up in seconds. That’s why they’re only effective on relatively small fires. To put out a bigger fire, you need more equipment, like a fire engine, as well as trained professionals. But for the blazes that can pop up in your house, a fire extinguisher is a lifesaver. SOURCES: http://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/household-safety/fire/fire-extinguisher.htm/printable http://www.explainthatstuff.com/fireextinguisher.html
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Ansul Sentry Water Fire Extinguishers

Ansul Sentry Water Fire Extinguishers

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This is a video from Ansul describing and illustrating the use of Sentry Water fire extinguishers. www.westernfireprevention.com
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diy fire extinguisher

diy fire extinguisher

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Fire Extinguisher Classification?

Fire Extinguisher Classification?

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Classification Internationally there are several accepted classification methods for hand-held fire extinguisher. Each classification is useful in fighting fires with a particular group of fuel. Australia and New Zealand[edit] Specifications for fire extinguishers are set out in the standard AS/NZS 1841, the most recent version being released in 2007. All fire extinguishers must be painted signal red. Except for water extinguishers, each extinguisher has a coloured band near the top, covering at least 10% of the extinguisher's body length, specifying its contents. In Australia, yellow (Halon) fire extinguishers are illegal to own or use on a fire, unless an essential use exemption has been granted, this is due to the ozone-depleting nature of halon. United Kingdom[edit] Typical United Kingdom CO2 and water fire extinguishers According to the standard BS EN 3, fire extinguishers in the United Kingdom as all throughout Europe are red RAL 3000, and a band or circle of a second color covering between 5–10% of the surface area of the extinguisher indicates the contents. Before 1997, the entire body of the fire extinguisher was color coded according to the type of extinguishing agent. United States[edit] An ABC powder (monoammonium phosphate) fire extinguisher. There is no official standard in the United States for the color of fire extinguishers, though they are typically red, except for class D extinguishers which are usually yellow, water and Class K wet chemical extinguishers which are usually silver, and water mist extinguishers which are usually white. Extinguishers are marked with pictograms depicting the types of fires that the extinguisher is approved to fight. In the past, extinguishers were marked with colored geometric symbols, and some extinguishers still use both symbols. The types of fires and additional standards are described in NFPA 10: Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers, 2010 edition https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fire_extinguisher https://www.ansul.com/en/us/pages/ProductSegment.aspx?ProductSegment=Portable+Extinguishers http://amerex-fire.com/products/hand-portables/
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Fire Extinguisher cut in half with A 60,000 PSI Waterjet Cutter - Interesting Cross Section

Fire Extinguisher cut in half with A 60,000 PSI Waterjet Cutter - Interesting Cross Section

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A full Fire Extinguisher cut in half with a waterjet cutter. I was surprised how dry it was inside after it was cut. It was a cool cross section and allowed us to see how a fire extinguisher works. Send us something to cut in half with our water jet cutter!!! We also have a huge hydraulic press, so we can crush things too if we want. PO Box 671 Bountiful, UT 84011 USA Our Instagram is now live! Follow Waterjet Channel for updates and sneak peeks at future videos! https://www.instagram.com/waterjetchannel/ A fire extinguisher vs a 60,000 psi waterjet cutter Leave a comment with what you think we should cut open next and don't forget to subscribe! Music: https://soundcloud.com/chrissolita Watch some of our other videos: Dry Ice vs 60,000 PSI Waterjet https://youtu.be/jdMXXqVAhMQ MagLite vs A 60,000 PSI Waterjet https://youtu.be/FOSmzw_zUxc Cutting An Engine With A 60,000 PSI Waterjet https://youtu.be/a0JBMsR-CKk Glowing 1000 Degree Knife Vs A 60,000 PSI Waterjet https://youtu.be/xMMqbNk28JQ interesting
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How To Make A Powerful Fire Extinguisher That Puts Out Most Fires - HD

How To Make A Powerful Fire Extinguisher That Puts Out Most Fires - HD

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In this video I will show you how to make a very powerful fire extinguisher, because even tho water will put out some fires, it will not put out all fires, such as grease fires, so having a fire extinguisher is a good thing, just note that this extinguisher is no good for long term storage, it is more of an experiment, so you should rely get a small extinguisher to have on hand.
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FEUMAT Extraction and Filling Unit for water and foam fire extinguishers b

FEUMAT Extraction and Filling Unit for water and foam fire extinguishers b

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FEUMAT Extraction and Filling Unit for water and foam fire extinguishers
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Fire Warden water extinguisher

Fire Warden water extinguisher

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Amerex Water Extinguisher

Amerex Water Extinguisher

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Water Extinguisher random testing

Water Extinguisher random testing

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Firefighting Water Extinguishment

Firefighting Water Extinguishment

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Firefighting Water extinguishment with The Secret Firefighter direct, indirect and offensive water fog in a house fire
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Water Mist Extinguisher

Water Mist Extinguisher

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Water mist fire extinguisher
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