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Fire Extinguisher Sales
All sizes and types of extinguishers in stock for immediate collection or delivery to your premises.
 
Fire Extinguisher Servicing & Refilling
All makes and models of extinguishers serviced and maintained to BS5306 / IS291

Do I need Fire Extinguishers?

If you have premises used for business or social purposes, vehicles such as

transport, heavy construction machinery, marine or service vehicles, or if you work

on a large construction site it is likely that you will need some sort of fire

extinguishing equipment installed.

How many do I need and what type?

The quantity of extinguishers you need will be dependent on a number of different

factors including the nature of your business, the size of your premises and the

number of risks that are present in that area. 
The type of extinguisher will depend mainly on the risks prevalent in your premises

however and should be determined in conjunction with a current fire risk assessment

however out technicians can advise you if there is any doubt.

 

Why let us service your Fire Extinguishers?

Our technicians have completed all completed specific Fire Extinguisher
Maintenance Training Modules as a minimum and mandatory refresher

training is given every 3 years. Further to that, to ensure our competency,

we are 3rd Party Accredited to BAFE SP101

The BAFE SP101 scheme is to ensure that organisations and the technicians

they employ are competent to provide fire extinguisher services including:

 

  • Sourcing (the correct selection of fire extinguishers for your building)

  • Commissioning (on-site checks to ensure fire extinguisher is fit for
    purpose prior to installation)

  • Siting (correct positioning and installation of fire extinguishers in your building)

  • Maintenance/Servicing (regular checks to ensure fire extinguishers are in
    efficient working order and ready to use in the event of fire)
     

The objective of this scheme is to increase the quality of fire extinguisher service organisations and their technicians working in the field, providing the consumer with confidence they have selected a competent and safe service provider.

Fire Extinguisher Codes of Practice

Our engineers are trained to maintain fire extinguishers to the following Codes of Practice

BS 5306-3 : 2017 - Fire extinguishing installations and equipment on premises.
Commissioning and maintenance of portable fire extinguishers. 

BS 5306-8:2012 - Fire extinguishing installations and equipment on premises

BS 5306-9:2015 - Recharging of portable fire extinguishers

IS 291:2015 Selection, commissioning, installation, inspection and maintenance of

portable fire extinguishers

Why do I need to service my extinguishers each year,

they haven't been used?

As a vital item of life safety equipment, maintenance of fire extinguishers is not only a legal

requirement, it is essential to ensure your fire extinguisher will work effectively if required. 

Water Extinguishers - (Class A fires)

Ideal for fires involving wood, paper, fabrics and other similar types of free-burning

materials. This high quality extinguisher is British Standard approved and gives

an impressive fire-fighting performance.

CO2 Extinguishers - (Class B fires) 

Suitable for use on flammable liquids and electrical fires, both models contain

a non-toxic, clean gas. When used they leave little residue and so are ideal for

offices and workshops because damage to equipment is kept to a minimum.

Foam Extinguishers (Class A and B fires)

Ideal for multi-risk situations. Free-burning materials such as wood and paper as

well as flammable liquids can be tackled very effectively.

Powder Extinguishers (Class A, B and C fires) 

Powder extinguishers are extremely versatile; suitable for use on free-burning materials,
flammable liquids and flammable gases. Because of the non-conductivity of dry powder
they are also ideal for electrical fires. They are not generally suitable for use indoors

unless a specific risk assessment has been carried out to mitigate their use.

Wet Chemical Extinguishers - (Class F fires)

An extremely effective extinguisher designed specifically for fires involving cooking oils
and fats. The chemical knocks out the flames, cools the burning oil and seals the surface
preventing re-ignition. The extinguisher is easy to use, producing a gentle but highly

effective spray which helps prevent hot oil splashing on the user.
 

Chrome / Stainless Steel 

In situations where interior design and/or hygiene are important considerations this range is an

ideal solution. The highly polished surface keeps any interior looking modern without

compromising safety and can be regularly cleaned as the metal does not corrode.

MAINTENANCE GUIDE
BS 5306 advises that persons responsible for Fire Extinguishing Equipment must
 
carry out and record a monthly documented visual inspection and
 
ensure that all extinguishers receive
an annual service and inspection by
   a suitably qualified service company
                                   
BAFE Fire Extinguisher Service Provider
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Associated Fire Protection (NI) Ltd. 

Unit 5, Warrenpoint Enterprise Centre, Newry Road, Warrenpoint. Co.Down. BT34 3LA

Associated Fire Protection (NI) Ltd.is registered as a Limited Company Number in Northern Ireland : NI619325

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