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AVIATIONEU NEW ERA Portable/Trolley Fire Extinguisher (Hazardous Material) SKU: AVEUNE-FREXTG

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product line of fire extinguishers includes both portable (with a total mass of 5-20 kg) and mobile extinguishers of over 35 kg, moved by a trolley. They come in different sizes and types including:

- Powder multi-purpose fire extinguishers suitable for A, B and C fire classes,

- Carbon Dioxide fire extinguishers (CO2), one of the cleanest types of extinguishers,mainly intended for use on class B fires,

- Water mist extinguishers for use on classes A, B and C fires as well as K (cooking) fires,

- Wet Chemical extinguishers mostly used on  class K fires.

- Foam fire extinguishers suitable for class A and the flammable liquids of class B, though not effective for gaseous fires. 

- Clean Agent fire extinguishers which are gaseous fire suppression type. The gas in the extinguisher (often a BCF, such as Halon 1211/Freon 12B1) is stored in liquid form but  converts to gas form when released in the air. Halon 1211/1301 extinguishers  are widely used in Aviaton.

Product Features:

-competitively priced,

-simplicity in operation and maintenance,

-fast actuation and convenience in work,

-environmental friendly (depending on extinguisher type)

-long service life (up to 10 years depending on extinguisher type)

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AVIATIONEU NEW ERA product line of fire extinguishers includes both portable and mobile extinguishers. Portable extinguishers are typically those with a total mass of 5-20 kg when the mass of the charge of the cylinder is less than 10 liters of substance. Mobile extinguishers have a mass over  35 kg and they are equipped with a special device for moving (trolley). AVIATIONEU NEW ERA fire extinguishers come in different sizes and types including:

- Powder multi-purpose fire extinguishers suitable for different fire classes:

Class A: freely burning, combustible solid materials such as wood or paper

Class B: flammable liquid or gas

Class C: energized electrical fire (energized electrical source serves as the ignitor of a class A or B fire – if electrical source is removed, it is no longer a class C fire)

A powder extinguisher sprays a very fine chemical powder to blanket the fire and suffocate it.Powder extinguishers are effective for class A, B and C fires,

- Carbon Dioxide fire extinguisher (CO2), one of the cleanest types of extinguishers to use as it leaves no residue and requires no cleanup. Mainly intended for use on class B fires that involve flammable liquids and on electrical fires. Indicative applications include: industrial enterprises, urban, rail and sea transport, cultural sites (museums, archives, galleries), residential spaces and offices.

- Water mist extinguishers releasing microscopic water molecules. They are safe and effective  for use on classes A, B and C fires as well as K (cooking) fires.

- Wet Chemical extinguishers mostly used on  class K fires.

- Foam fire extinguishers suitable for class A and the flammable liquids of class B, though not effective for gaseous fires. 

- Clean Agent fire extinguishers which are gaseous fire suppression type. The gas in the extinguisher (often a BCF, such as Halon 1211/Freon 12B1) is stored in liquid form but  converts to gas form when released in the air. Halon 1211/1301 (*) extinguishers  are widely used in Aviaton.

Product Features:

-competitively priced,

-simplicity in operation and maintenance,

-fast actuation and convenience in work,

-environmental friendly (depending on extinguisher type)

-long service life (up to 10 years depending on extinguisher type)

AVIATIONEU NEW ERA OX FROST series of freon fire extinguishers have the additional ability to extinguish class A fires of solid combustible substances like electronics, plastic, metal, paper, cloth, leather and more.

Note (*): 

Halon is a material made of hydrogen and carbon. The number of halon, such as 1211 or 1301, was developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and indicates the chemical composition of the material. Alternative codes are also used to specify the extinguishing agent (such as Freon 12B1 for Halon 1211 or Freon 13B1 for Halon 1301). Halon 1211 and 1301 are the only two agents recognized by the NFPA as fire extinguishing halons. Halon/Freon fire extinguishers fall under the "clean agent" category. They are  colorless, odorless, non-toxic, not electrically conductive, do not cause corrosion, do not form any combustion products, do not impair visibility when triggered and they are safe for humans.Their main advantages in their use in fire extinguishers include their ability  to rapidly vaporize in fire and extinguish it with little residue to clean up without causing damage to the protected property.

Both are widely used in in the protection of electrical equipment, the electronic and aviation industries and computer and communication rooms. They are also used mainly in museums, laboratories, on ships, aircraft, tanks and other special and military equipment,  offices, living quarters, kitchens, garages, cars or other applications. Halon 1211 is used in fire extinguishers and is more toxic than Halon 1301, which is used to protect computer rooms. The low toxicity of Halon 1301 allows it to be discharged safely from total flooding systems where people are located. Halon 1301 does not remove oxygen from the air, as in the case of carbon dioxide. 

The main weakness of halon/freon is its destructive effect on the ozone layer. For this reason their use has been limited to "critical uses (applications)" such as aircraft fire-protection systems, till alternative agents with lower ODP become available. Their use is subject to:

a) cut-off dates, after which halons cannot be used for fire extinguishers or fire-protection systems for new equipment and new facilities for the application,

and

b) end dates, after which halons cannot be used for the application and by which fire extinguishers and fire-protection systems containing halons must be decommissioned.

Please also refer to the attached documentation on halon replacement.

AVEUNE-OP-2 /VP-2

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