Fire Extinguishers: Water, Powder & Spray for Corporate & Public Sectors - London, Middlesex, UK
Adequate fire suppressor and extinguisher provision is a critical element in the deployment of an effective fire safety and protection programme.
PEL’s fire suppression systems use clean agents to extinguish fires and limit the damage caused, enabling your business or establishment to recover much faster, thereby reducing the loss of operating momentum, production and customers.
PEL have been supplying and servicing fire extinguishers (for over 35 years) to an extensive range of corporate and public sector organisations within the education, leisure, healthcare, commerce, retail, stadia, logistics and government marketplaces.
Types of fire suppression & extinguisher systems supplied by PEL
- Dry powder (multi-purpose) extinguishers - used on fires involving organic solids, liquids such as grease, fats, oil, paint and petrol, but not on chip or fat pan fires
- Dry powder (special powder) extinguishers - designed to tackle fires involving combustible metals such as lithium, magnesium, sodium or aluminium when in the form of swarf or powder. Special powders include graphite, copper and sodium chloride
- Dry powder (standard) extinguishers - best for liquids such as grease, fats, oil, paint and petrol, but not on domestic chip or fat pan fires
- Water fire extinguishers - best for fires involving organic solid materials such as wood, cloth, paper, plastics and coal
- Water mist (dry) extinguishers - the first broad-spectrum extinguisher to tackle A-rated risks as well as fats and deep fat fryers (Class F). Can also be safely used on electrical fires of up to 35000V
- Water spray extinguishers - best for fires involving organic solid materials such as wood, cloth, paper, plastics and coal, offering up to 300% more fire fighting capability than traditional jet type water fire extinguishers
In addition to extinguishers and suppression systems, PEL’s fire safety portfolio also includes the design and maintenance of fire alarms & smoke detection systems, fire alarm installation, telephone systems, risk assessments and disabled refuge systems including warden and nurse call assistance systems.
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