Fuller Fire & Safety Equipment, Inc.has been providing the Fort Benning and Chattahoochee Valley with fire extinguishers for over 30 years. We offer our customers the best in fire protection, quality, performance, reliability, and affordable service. We are NICET certified in Special hazards and will assure top notch service from our highly trained technicians.
To protect lives and property portable fire extinguishers are required. As your service provider, we inspect, service, and maintain your extinguishers so when the need arises, you can be confident that they will protect you from fire. Whether you need one, or a hundred – inspected, serviced, or recharged, we offer fast reliable service. Upon completion of the inspection, a new tamper seal and service tag will be attached and your extinguishers will be code compliant for the period of one year. This service work meets NFPA 10 requirements.
Different Types of Extinguishers
ABC Dry Chemical
Typical use for ABC fire extinguishers are for public areas such as offices, schools, shopping centers, churches, grocery stores, parking garages, and hotels. They are also suitable for living quarters such as apartments and homes.
Wet Chemical – Class K
Typical use of wet chemical-class k fire extinguishers can be found in restaurant kitchens, nursing home kitchens, school kitchens, hospital kitchens, and anywhere there is cooking going on with cooking oils and greases.
Typical Uses of water mist fire extinguishers are for common combustible fires in offices, classrooms, churches, parking garages, and hotel/motel assembly halls and guest areas. “The Water Mist unit uses deionized water and incorporates a unique spray nozzle.These features make it safe for use on energized electrical equipment. Water Mist is considered to be the #1 extinguisher choice for libraries and hospitals.”
Typical Uses for halotron fire extinguishers is for protecting sensitive electronic equipment in offices, classrooms, churches, parking garages, and hotel assembly halls and guest areas.Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Typical use for class D fire extinguishers are for use on Class D fires such as those involving magnesium, sodium, potassium and sodium-potassium alloys. Class D fire extinguishers are used mainly in plants, buildings, and warehouses where combustible fires might occur.
Typical Uses for dry chemical fire extinguishers are for flammable liquid hazards in public areas such as offices, classrooms, churches, parking garages, and hotel/motel assembly halls and guest areas.
Portable Dry Chemical
Typical Uses: “Offshore rigs, ship docks, refineries, chemical plants, aircraft ramps, remote construction sites, large laboratories, processing plants, storage and loading areas.”
Portable Carbon Dioxide
Typical Uses for portable carbon dioxide wheeled extinguishers are for protecting sensitive electronic equipment in refineries, shipboard, laboratories, construction sites, chemical plants and manufacturing facilities.