We recognise that your life safety systems are essential to protect your personnel and business premises from the threat posed by a fire disaster.
While we can’t stop the dangers from being present, we can use best practices to manage your fire extinguisher assets and to make sure they are maintained to the highest industry standards.
At Worth Fire Protection our team will ensure effective routine maintenance is conducted periodically, thoroughly and with records provided to assure you of the highest levels of service, in accordance with BS5306-3.
Our fire extinguisher engineers are industry trained through IFEDA assuring you that their knowledge has been tested by one of the leading training bodies.
Let us give you our quotation for the continuing health checks at the heart of your fire extinguishers life safety provision.
Fire Extinguisher Types
Worth Fire Protection can supply, install and maintain a full range of British Standards approved Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets for your business.
We will identify the best style of extinguishers for your business. Offering Water, Foam, CO2, Powder and Wet Chemical extinguishers, we can provide the package that will best protect your premises and equipment.
Because Worth Fire Protection are an independent business, we are not tied in to specific suppliers. We are therefore able to offer you cost effective prices on all extinguishers.
CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) Fire Extinguishers
The best choice if you are protecting electrical equipment, such as in the modern office, or if there is a risk of Class B fi res involving combustible liquids and materials that liquefy.
Wet Chemical Fire Extinguishers
The best choice for commercial kitchens where there is a risk of Class F fires from combustible cooking materials such as oils and grease
Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers
These are suitable for the majority of Class A, B and C fires.
Water Fire Extinguishers
The best choice if there is a risk of Class A fires involving solid materials such as wood, paper, straw, textiles, coal etc.
Foam Fire Extinguishers
The best choice if there is a risk of Class B fires involving combustible liquids and materials that liquefy such as petrol, benzene, oils, fats, paints, tar, ether, alcohol, and paraffin.
Specialist Fire Extinguishers
Worth Fire Protection can also supply specialist extinguishers for dealing with the risk of Class D combustible metals such as magnesium, aluminum, lithium, sodium and potassium.