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McGill Motorsport offer to market as part of the Fire Extinguishers range the Perfect Fire Extinguisher for Motorsport Racing: the Fire Safety Stick hand held fire extinguishers are so small, lightweight and compact they can fit almost anywhere, making them ideal for the cockpit of your race / rally car or even your tool box for when your in working on your vehicle in the garage of pits.
These handheld fire extinguishers are suitable for use on all types of fires and unlike traditional foam fire extinguishers they will not leave any residual powder which often causes more damage than the fire itself.
∙ Super lightweight & easy to use
∙ No mess, damage or residue like traditional fire extinguishers, non-toxic & Environmentally Friendly
∙ Lasts 50 or 100 seconds compared to 7 seconds for a 1kg traditional extinguisher
∙ Double the shelf life of traditional extinguishers and no maintenance required ever
∙ Suitable for all major classes of fire, including Kitchen fires
∙ In the event of an enclosed fire, you can activate the fire stick and leave it inside to put the fire out while you get yourself to safety
∙ Non-pressurised, safe to drop & will never explode, CE & RINA Certified
How the Fire Safety Stick Works
Once activated the Fire Safety Stick emits Potassium Nitrate which simply put captures oxygen molecules which are required for fire, therefore with no oxygen available the fire is essentially suffocated, putting the fire safely out with no mess or fuss.
How to Use
The Fire Safety Stick can be activated quickly and easily, and it’s impossible to activate accidentally, perfect for all situations.
Step 1: Hold the Handle and remove the discard top protection cap.
Step 2: Remove the bottom end cap from the bottom of the handle.
Step 3: Use the bottom end cap to strike the black tip on the top to ignite.
Step 4: Discharge starts, point the jet towards the base of the flames and extinguish the fire.
What fires can the Fire Safety Stick be used on:
Class A: Solid Materials: Plastic, Wood, Paper, Textiles
Class B: Flammable Liquids: Petrol, Diesel, Oil, Paraffin
Class C: Flammable Gases: Methane, Propane, Butane
Class E: Electrical Fires: TVs, Computers, “White-Goods”
Class F: Cooking Oils & Fats: eg. In the kitchen – frying
Dimensions: FSS_100s: 300mm x 35mm, FSS_50: 260mm x 30mm, 25 seconds: 260mm x 30mm
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