Portable fire equipment is used as you first line of defence against a fire. They are also known as fire extinguishers, fire blankets and hose reels.
There are five different types of fire extinguishers. https://fireextinguishersgoldcoast.com.au/learnclick on this link to learn the different types and what they are used for.
The difference of using a reputable and fully qualified fire company like Fyrepower is that when we install your fire extinguishers, we make sure the correct extinguisher is located in the correct place so you don’t have to think about picking up the correct type of extinguisher.
Fyrepower can roster your 6 monthly scheduled service for you, so you can have peace of mind and concentrate on your business. We will automatically turn up every 6 months to service your fire extinguisher, make sure they are still suitable for your application, they are in charge, in date and with the correct signage. If you are not sure on how to use one we can also arrange training.
Hose reels are usually attached to a building and it is one of my favourite pieces of equipment. Even though it’s not really portable, the hose can be pull out 36 metres plus it has a constant stream of water jetting out 7 metres long to help you fight any combustible fire.
Just remember due to the water it is not to be used on electricity. Again Fyrepower can roster your 6 monthly scheduled service for your peace of mind and we will automatically turn up every 6 months to service your fire hose reels. Every 12 months a flow test is required.
The quiet achiever of the lot. Great for throwing on that burning pot or if you are really confident in using them you can use them on a fat fire and the best thing is there nothing to clean up except the blanket.
The fibreglass woven mesh blanket can also be used to wrap your self up in if you find the need to escape a fire. Just make sure the blanket is big enough to cover you whole body. Fyrepower can roster your 6 monthly scheduled service for you.
Fyrepower can arrange training on fire extinguishers, hose reels and fire blankets.