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What Do the Letters and Numbers Mean on Your Fire Extinguisher?

The first line of defense against fire is taking care that one never gets started in the first place. Unfortunately, accidents do happen,…
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How to Clean up After Using a Fire Extinguisher

You have had a fire, and have safely used your fire extinguisher to put out the fire. Job well done, but now the…
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UL300 Kitchen Fire Suppression System

Kitchen and food service related fires are an unpleasant fact of life in the food industry. Each year there are over 8,000 structure…
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Class K Fire Extinguisher

A Class K fire is a cooking fire involving combustion from liquids used in food preparation. Grease, cooking oils, vegetable fat, and animal…
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Halon Fire Extinguishers

Halon Fire Extinguishers are intended to meet your fire suppression needs for specific locations and certain types of combustible materials. The most common…
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High Flow Fire Extinguisher

High-Flow, Stored-Pressure fire extinguishers are engineered to provide a quick discharge rate that enables the dry chemical agent to reach fires faster, thus…
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Hood Cleaning

If you own a restaurant or other facility where food is cooked in quantity, then you know the importance of having a regular…
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Boat Fire Systems

All Florida Fire Equipment Company believes firmly in bringing a thorough brand of safety and quality to its customers. Part of being thorough…
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Co2 Fire Extinguishers

Co2 Fire Extinguisher

The carbon dioxide fire extinguisher is a staple in our portable extinguisher line up at All Florida Fire Equipment. Carbon dioxide, also known…
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Purple K Fire Extinguisher

Fires come in all types, and All Florida Fire Equipment has a solution for every type of fire. No matter what hazards you…
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