Amerex Fire Extinguishers for Industrial Buildings

Commercial portable and wheeled fire extinguishers.

Looking for commercial grade fire extinguishers? Koetter Fire Protection offers Water, Foam, Water Mist, Wet Chemical, Regular Dry Chemical, ABC Muli-Purpose, Purple K, Carbon Dioxide, Halotron Extinguishers, High Performance Dry Chemical and Class D Dry Powder extinguishers.

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Commercial fire extinguishers and accessories distributed by Koetter.

Commercial Handheld Extinguishers
Amerex Wheeled Extinguishers
Wheeled Fire Extinguishers
ANSUL Fire Agents
Fire Extinguisher Accessories
Amerex Class D Extinguishers

Fire extinguisher inspections and testing.

Koetter Fire Protection services and maintains all types of extinguishers, providing all of the required periodic extinguisher inspections, service and maintenance, including: recharge, repair, fire hose testing re-coupling, high and low pressure hydrostatic testing.

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Commercial fire extinguishers FAQs

What types of handheld extinguishers does Koetter sell?

Koetter Fire Protection distributes Amerex, ANSUL, Kidde and Badger fire extinguishers in the following types: Dry Chemical, Wet Chemical, C02, Water / Mist, Class D, Foam, Dry Powder and Clean Agent extinguisher models.

What types of wheeled extinguishers does Koetter sell?

Koetter Fire Protection distributes Amerex and Ansul wheeled extinguishers in the following types; Dry Chemical, C02 Extinguishers, Class D, Wet Chemical and Clean Agent wheeled extinguishers.

What class fire extinguisher do I need?

The type of fire extinguisher you will need is dependent on the type of fire you need to extinguish and the environment you are in. Certain fire fighting agents work better in certain situations than others.

What are firefighting agents?

Firefighting agents are the chemical inside extinguishers used to put out or suffocate a fire. The type of fire you plan to extinguish will determine which class extinguisher you need.

Why clean agent extinguishers over ABC dry chem?

Unlike ABC dry chemical extinguishers, clean agent extinguishers do not leave a residue that can corrode electrical lines and connections.

How do I know what agent I need?

Depending on the type of fire you plan to fight and the environment will determine the fire agents needed to successfully extinguish the fire at hand.

How many extinguishers does my building need?

This number is highly dependent on the square footage of your building and its layout. A general NFPA rule is extinguishers should be within 75 feet of travel distance, however, this number varies depending on the fire class.

How often do I need my extinguishers inspected?

Inspections should occur every month. This can be done yourself. Here are questions to ask yourself when inspecting your extinguishers:

  • Is the extinguisher where it’s supposed to be?
  • Is the extinguisher visible and easily accessible?
  • Is the pressure gauge operable?
  • Is the extinguisher full?
  • For wheeled extinguishers, what are the conditions of the tires, wheels, carriage, hose, and nozzle?
  • For nonrechargeable extinguishers, what do the push-to-test indicators read?
Can you outfit my commercial machinery with extinguishers?

Yes. Koetter Fire Protection has specialized extinguishers and suppression systems specifically for equipment and heavy machinery.

What are clean agent extinguishers used for?

Clean agent fire extinguishers discharge a rapidly evaporating liquid that is non-conductive. This liquid is also not corrosive and does not leave behind unwanted residue. This easy cleaning extinguisher is great for aircraft and data centers.

What are c02 extinguishers used for?

Because C02 is non-contaminating and odorless it makes it idea for safe use on food, documents, clothing, and equipment.

What type of fires need dry chemical extinguishers?

Class A, B and C fires can be extinguished with multi-purpose dry chem extinguishers. A great economical option for class B and C fires.

What are foam extinguishers used for?

Foam extinguishers are effective on Class A common combustibles and polar solvent types of Class B flammable liquids.

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