Buckeye 10914 ABC Multipurpose Dry Chemical Hand Held Fire Extinguisher
Buckeye 10914 ABC Multipurpose Dry Chemical Hand Held Fire Extinguisher with Aluminum Valve and Wall Hook, 5 lbs Agent Capacity, 3-3/8″ Diameter x 7-1/4″ Width x 16-3/8″ Height
Buckeye American Made Since 1968
For over four decades Buckeye Fire Equipment has been an international leader in the development and manufacture of reliable fire protection products.
A privately owned and operated company with its headquarters near Charlotte, NC, Buckeye Fire Equipment has earned an excellent reputation for quality, reliability and value within the commercial and industrial fire protection industry.
We offer a complete line of handheld and wheeled fire extinguishers, extinguishing agents, fire suppressing foam concentrates & hardware and pre-engineered kitchen suppression systems.
To ensure our distributors and customers get the highest quality fire protection equipment, all of our products undergo rigorous testing, both in-house and by third party testing organizations such as Underwriters Laboratories, U.L. Canada, Factory Mutual, ASME and the U.S. Government.
We are committed to helpful and responsive customer service and knowledgeable and dependable technical support. This commitment has earned Buckeye Fire Equipment the coveted ISO 9001-2008 Quality Certification.
Contact us for more information about the wide selection of Buckeye Fire Equipment Company products and services. We have trained personnel who are ready to assist you with your fire protection needs.
Selection Guide To provide the best protection of life and property from fire, it is critical that the proper extinguisher selection be made. The classification and rating of an extinguisher are vital pieces of information for making this selection. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has established the requirements for the number, size, placement, performance and maintenance of portable fire extinguishers. These requirements are contained in NFPA 10, “Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers”. Within this standard it is stated that the selection of fire extinguishers for a given situation is determined by the following:
• the character and size of the fires anticipated to be encountered.
• the construction and occupancy of the property to be protected.
• the ambient temperature of the area where the extinguisher will be located.
• other factors that may dictate the selection of a particular type of extinguisher.