Fire Extinguisher 6kg ABC powder only £12.22 at Lidl from 02/01/09 - HotUKDeals
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Powder Fire Extinguisher

* 6Kg
* Squeeze grip operation
* With easy to read pressure gauge
* Complete with wall bracket
* Fire rating: 27A 183BC
* 2 year manufacturer's warranty
* Price per item
* was £24.99
* *compared to previously advertised price
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banned#1
every house should have one.
#2
cheers ............... :thumbsup:




[SIZE="3"]edit.....not showing on the site [/SIZE]
banned#3
Fantastic price, I bought two a few months back..... when they were £24.99!! :x
banned#4
owlass
cheers ............... :thumbsup:


long time man! :santa:
#5
imranmaz
long time man! :santa:




you still a girl :thinking:
#6
Dont use a Powder Fire Extinguisher on a chip pan fire :w00t: hehe
#7
i bought a small powder fire extinguisher for the kitchen not long ago,
Like a fool i thought i would test it, so i pointed it to the plug hole in the sink thinking that all i would have to do was rinse the mess away from the sink.
TWO DAY'S LATER i was still clearing up the powder that coated every surface in the room AND the hallway.
A lesson to you all... Test it outside!
#8
That's cheap, I might get one for the car.
#9
Don't test it by trying it!
All you need do is check the pressure gaugue every so often to see that it's still in the green.
By using it you are risking it leaking and losing pressure over time.
#10
Definitely a good price, we have an extinguisher for emergencies, better to be safe than sorry !
BTW, I am married to a Fire Chief, he rcommends this too !
#11
If you don't have an extinguisher GET ONE - we have three - one upstairs (landing); one downstairs (kitchen - near door) and one in the car.
#12
merckx
That's cheap, I might get one for the car.


6kg is a bit overkill for the car, if the fire's that big, you want to be going the opposite direction! Useful to have around the home though, hopefully it will never have to be used.
#13
Do take care, there are several different fillings in extinguishers for different "types" of fires - eg electical, petrol, paper etc.....

And this is a huge extinguisher to have for a car.....

Do be aware that if this gets into an air inlet in your car's engine it will coat the insides.... new engine time/engine reconditioning - which can cost a lot more than vacuuming the entire insides of your house :oops:
#14
still can't see it on the site :?
#15
owlass
still can't see it on the site :?


maybe your local store is not selling them, try putting a different postcode to get another store
#16
hussainbs
maybe your local store is not selling them, try putting a different postcode to get another store




tried that, why it was on wallsend i don't know :thinking:

nowt in pool :x
#17
might be silly, but recall that the powder one is not the best one to get and is being phased out?, due to the mess it leaves behind. I understand a fire extinguisher is better than no fire exitinguisher at all and will leave less mess than a fire itself, but the powder one by all accounts and posted by the HUKD tester above (which made me laugh!) cause far to much mess and one of the other depending on the fire type might be more suitable, think water or carbon dioxide....... any helpers?
#18
AndyToys
Don't test it by trying it!
All you need do is check the pressure gaugue every so often to see that it's still in the green.
By using it you are risking it leaking and losing pressure over time.


As a race circuit marshal we use 9kg powder and 9kg foam extinguishers.
One of the "tests" we do as well as the pressure gauge and checking hose end for blockages (mud etc.) is to turn the extinguisher upside down and place next to ear, you should hear the powder dropping like sand or sometimes a thud if its a bit damp.
#19
this really wouldnt do my fish any good!!
#20
merckx
That's cheap, I might get one for the car.


They have a habit of going off in cars.....just when you least expect it:p

Best advice if your car catches fire is to get the hell away from it and call the professionals
#21
thepharmacist
might be silly, but recall that the powder one is not the best one to get and is being phased out?, due to the mess it leaves behind. I understand a fire extinguisher is better than no fire exitinguisher at all and will leave less mess than a fire itself, but the powder one by all accounts and posted by the HUKD tester above (which made me laugh!) cause far to much mess and one of the other depending on the fire type might be more suitable, think water or carbon dioxide....... any helpers?


Powder is sold pretty universally because you can use it on most stuff, electrical and liquid fires. Also it is less likely to kill you than a carbon dioxide used in an enclosed space for instance.
#22
MrPinchPenny
i bought a small powder fire extinguisher for the kitchen not long ago,
Like a fool i thought i would test it, so i pointed it to the plug hole in the sink thinking that all i would have to do was rinse the mess away from the sink.
TWO DAY'S LATER i was still clearing up the powder that coated every surface in the room AND the hallway.
A lesson to you all... Test it outside!



not sure if someone has replied already but PLEASE DONT test a powder extinguisher if you ever want to use it again!!! you will lose all the stored pressure in minutes and have 5.5kg of powder stuck in the casing and useless! unless you want to prop some fire doors open obviously! ;)
p.s. 6kg is way more than you need for a home btw, 1 or maybe 2kg is recommended!
:thumbsup:
#23
These are also a good weapon! And most places will sell to under 16s for you ASBOwannabes out there.
#24
MrPinchPenny
i bought a small powder fire extinguisher for the kitchen not long ago,
Like a fool i thought i would test it, so i pointed it to the plug hole in the sink thinking that all i would have to do was rinse the mess away from the sink.
TWO DAY'S LATER i was still clearing up the powder that coated every surface in the room AND the hallway.
A lesson to you all... Test it outside!


Wouldn't it render the powder extinguisher useless after your "test"?
#25
imranmaz
every house should have one.


And should be only used to help you escape to safety, let the Fire Brigade put out the fire. Do not risk your life, untrained you may make things worse for you and loved ones
#26
owlass
..not showing on the site


Not in my region either but my local store had a pile of them on sale today at £19.56 . So that makes this £12.22 deal look v. hot.

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