Advice Centre

Know Your Fire Extinguiser

Identify the type of materials in the area to protect.

Class A: SOLIDS such as paper, wood, plastic etc
Class B: FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS such as paraffin, petrol, oil etc
Class C: FLAMMABLE GASES such as propane, butane, methane etc
Class D: METALS such as aluminium, magnesium, titanium etc
Class E: Fires involving ELECTRICAL APPARATUS
Class F: Cooking OIL & FAT etc

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Survey & Advice

With Fire Safety being such an important issue in the work place, it is vital to get proper advice in order to achieve a full Fire Safety solution. For example there is little value in purchasing a selection of extinguishers if your staff don't know how to use them!

In our opinion it is therefore NOT the kind of field where it is advisable to "shop" for items of equipment unless you really know your subject.

When you call EFS Fire you can expect: -

• The right advice for your kind of business.
• No over selling.
• The correct types and sizes of extinguishers for your risks.
• The correct safety sign for each situation.
• Staff Training and Fire Risk Assessment where appropriate.

At the end of our visit you will receive a value for money proposal to achieve a safer work place. You won't be left guessing which equipment to buy!

Fire Extinguishers

EFS Fire recognises the importance of fire safety and that's why we have a fantastic range of fire extinguishers. Our UK fire extinguishers are suitable for your home, workplace or car and for use on Class A, B, and/or C fires.

Fire Awareness Training

Our Fire Awareness Training is designed to give your staff the knowledge and confidence to act safely in the event of a fire, and to aid fire prevention in your work place.

Fire Alarms

We stock a large range of Fire Alarm Systems. If a detector detects smoke or heat or someone operates a break glass unit, then alarm sounders operate to warn others in the building that there may be a fire and to evacuate.

Extinguisher Servicing

Fire Extinguishers require stringent maintenance to ensure they will work when needed. Fire Extinguishers are pressurised vessels that can explode when corroded or damaged, and have been know to cause serious injury and even death.