Amerex 469 125 lb. Dry Chemical Nitrogen Cylinder Operated Extinguisher
Nitrogen Cylinder Operated – 125/150 lb. Regulated Pressure ABC, Regular, Purple K Dry Chemical
These 110 ft3 nitrogen cylinder operated models feature a pressure regulator and two wheel options. The older, traditional design allows for adequate pressure to assure a smooth, complete discharge of the dry chemical with pressure reserve for blowing down the discharge hose. Choose either the 16″ semi-pneumatic rubber tire or 36″ X 2½” steel wheels according to the area to be protected. Easy to transport and operate by one person.
· Stainless Steel Collars
· Chrome Plated Brass Fill Caps
· Brass Hose Fittings
· Live Swivels on Discharge Valve
· Heavy Duty Steel Cylinder, Carriage, Hose Rack
· Lifting Eyes
· Aluminum UL/ULC Bilingual (English/Spanish) Nameplates with Bar Code
· Pictogram Instructional Label
· DOT/TC Nitrogen Cylinder with Quick Opening Brass Valve
· Chrome Plated Brass Regulator
· 6 Year Warranty
Product Description: Amerex 469 125 lb. Dry Chemical Nitrogen Cylinder Operated Extinguisher
Design: Wheeled, 16″ Wheels (110)
Capacity (lbs.): 125
Valve Type: Brass
Temperature Range (°F): -65 – 120
Hose Length (ft.): 50
Hose Diameter (in.): 0.75
Range (Initial ft.): 30 – 40
Discharge Time (s): 52
UL/ULC Rating: 320B:C
Fire Ext. Cover Options: CFC150
U.S. Coast Guard Approved: Yes
Shipping Wt. (lbs.): 404
Outer Width (in.): 26
Outer Height (in.): 52
Outer Depth (in.): 38
Other: Please review and confirm product details with manufacturer’s specifications, MSDS information, insurance company and Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Prices and availability are subject to change.
Amerex Corporation® is a large American manufacturer of firefighting products. Based in Trussville, Alabama. Amerex makes hand portable and wheeled fire extinguishers for commercial and industrial environments, as well as fire and explosion suppression vehicle systems for defense applications. Amerex’s innovative technology has led to the production of automatic restaurant systems, vehicle fire suppression systems, gas detection, industrial systems and fire detection devices. McWane, Inc. acquired Amerex in 1999.
Amerex was founded in 1971 by Ned Paine and George Baureis. Paine was part of the Amerex team until his retirement in September 1999. He sold the company to McWane, Inc. In 2010, Amerex began emerging as a major military subcontractor after developing a U.S. military fire suppression system. These suppression systems are still being deployed on U.S. military vehicles often targeted by mines and homemade bombs in the Middle East. The company is a subcontractor of the Oshkosh Corporation. The Oshkosh Corporation is a maker of military vehicles. The vehicles use safety equipment, including fire suppression gear, made for Oshkosh vehicles. Optical sensors are used to detect fires and explosions instantly, which then directs a series of jets and hoses to put out the fire with a concealed substance.
In 2011, Amerex acquired The Solberg Company, another firefighting equipment company based in Bergen, Norway. According to Amerex President Bill Beyer, the fire extinguisher sales tend to follow the general economy and growth in new buildings. Amerex produces 2.5 million commercial and industrial fire extinguishers each year.