In industries where the potential for fire is great, Ansul Red Line Extinguisher’s
provide the ability to fight fires in the incipient stages. RED LINE extinguishers can stand up to
tough environments, day after day, year after year.
First Line of Defense Against Fire
Red Line extinguishers are the premium fire extinguishers for high-risk industries
such as chemical, petro-chemical, oil and gas, mining, aviation and power generation.
Designed for superior performance, cartridge operation means increased reliability,
ease of service and on-the-spot recharge.
Tough, carbon steel shells are designed to resist impact and vibration; quality components
stand up to years of service; and specially formulated powder paints provide
superior protection against corrosion, scratching and chipping.
High Flow Capabilities that Meet NFPA 10
The High Flow (HF) extinguisher model is designed to fight flammable liquid and gas
fires by delivering agent at flow rates exceeding 1 lb (0.45 kg) per second. This capability
is in accordance with NFPA 10 Standard, Section 5.5: Selection for Special Hazards
and its subsections which cover extinguishers for pressurized flammable liquids and
pressurized gas fires, three-dimensional fires and obstacle fires.
Key Options to Fit Your Fire Protection Needs
Red Line extinguishers offer a wide array of model options to help you meet your
specific needs including Corrosion-Resistant (CR), Ring Pin (RP), Low Temperature (LT),
High Flow (HF) and Metal Guard.
Depending on the hazard, various sizes are available to provide
the best choice for your needs. Options include the 5 lb (2.3 kg) model with slim design
for use on vehicles and machinery where space is limited; the 10 lb (4.5 kg) model for
high fire-frequency areas where light or ordinary fire hazards exist; the 20 lb (9.1 kg)
model for larger fires in high-risk areas; and the 30 lb (13.6 kg) model for larger,
intense fires that may occur in areas such as mining equipment or heavy construction
sites. (Nominal sizes are listed; actual capacities depend on the agent selected.)