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 Does a type K fire extinguisher contain wet or dry chemical?

Answer A type K fire extinguisher is filled with wet chemicals. Using the correct fire extinguisher plays a role in the success of putting out a fire. Type K fire extinguishers are generally used for kitc... Read More »
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What is a dry chemical fire extinguisher?

Every home should have at least one fire extinguisher, but it is equally important to ensure that it is the correct type of fire extinguisher. Four basic types of fire extinguishers are manufacture... Read More »
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How to Use a Fire Extinguisher: Water Vs. Dry Chemical Vs. Carbon Dioxide?

Fire extinguishers are classified into three basic categories: water, dry and chemical (CO2). Water extinguishers use pressurized water to put out combustible fires from paper or wood. Dry types of... Read More »
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What type of fire extinguisher should be used on a gasoline fire?

Only a class B fire extinguisher should be used on a gasoline fire. Household and auto extinguishers usually have a B-C rating. Some are A-B-C rated. Never spray water on a gasoline fire.Fire Exti... Read More »
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What is in a type K fire extinguisher?

Class K, or wet chemical fire extinguishers, contain an acidic potassium-acetate-based agent for use on kitchen fires that are caused by vegetable or animal oils and fats in commercial cooking appl... Read More »
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