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 What does a type K fire extinguisher contain?

Answer Class K, or wet chemical, fire extinguishers contain an acidic potassium-acetate based agent that is effective on kitchen fires that are often caused by unsaturated cooking oils that burn hotter. T... Read More »
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Does a type K fire extinguisher contain wet or dry chemical?

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 does a fire extinguisher contain?

Water extinguishers are filled with water and pressurized air. These are good for class A fires. Dry chemical extinguishers contain sodium bicarbonate, potassium bicarbonate or monoammonium phospha... Read More »
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What type of fire does a type d fire extinguisher put out?

The three elements a fire needs to burn are fuel, heat and oxygen. Fire extinguishers are designed to take away one of those elements by either smothering or cooling the fire. Fire extinguishers ar... 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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