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    Kidde Extincteur 3-A, 40-B:C

    Modèle nº 466297|Nº UGS 1000414442

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    Aperçu

    Modèle # 466297 Internet # 1000414442

    Extincteur de la série Pro 3-A, 40-B:C, rechargeable.

    1. Cote ULC 3-A, 40-B:C
    1. Indicateur de haute qualité pour une inspection facile de la pression
    1. Tuyau flexible pour viser le feu aisément
    1. Support de fixation murale inclus
    1. Combat les feux de papier, tissu, bois, de liquides inflammables et d'équipement électrique
    1. Rouge

    Spécifications

    Dimensions

    Hauteur assemblé
    17
    Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    17
    Largeur assemblée
    5.6
    Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    5.6
    Poids assemblé
    8.2
    Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
    8.2
    Profondeur assemblé
    4.9
    Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    4.9

    Détails

    Certifié
    Oui
    Pays d'origine
    MX-Mexico
    Rechargeable
    Oui
    Utilisation
    Résidentiel
    Vie utile (en années)
    6

    Garanties et certifications

    6 ans - Composez le 1-800-880-6788
    Extincteur 3-A, 40-B:CPhoto of productExtincteur de la série Pro 3-A, 40-B:C, rechargeable.
    Kidde
    1000414442
    CAD69.81
    The Home Depot Canada
    Extincteur 3-A, 40-B:C est évalué 5.0 de 5 de 1.
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    Rated 5 de 5 de par Excellent service I bought a fire extinguisher online and went into the store to pick up the item. The service was very efficient with the package being ready on the date specified. I have not needed to use the product (thank goodness) but the online process was very easy.
    Date de publication: 2018-08-27
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    I'm looking for 3A10BC. What's the difference with the 3A40BC?

    Posée par: Anonyme
    Extinguishers have ratings that represent their capability. Here is an explanation of the ULC ratings: - Class A refers to solids like wood and paper. The number refers to the equivalent to 1.25 US gal. of water. So a 4A rating means equivalent to 5 gals. of water. - Class B refers to liquid like fuels and grease. The number refers to the largest pan, in square feet, that the extinguishers was able to meet the extinguishing requirement. So a 40B rating refers to 40 square feet. - Class C refers to electrically charged fires. All class C extinguishers will also have a class A and/or B rating. There is no number as it refers to the internal agent not being conductive to electricity. Please note the ratings are based on a professional use of the extinguisher and cannot be counted on being the same for every user. Environmental conditions can also affect the effectiveness of an extinguisher (wind). In your case, a 3A:40B:C is 4 times more capable than what you are looking for on class B fires.
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2019-02-07

    What do the letters A B C mean on a fire extinguisher?

    Posée par: Anonyme
    Extinguishers have ratings that represent their capability. The letters represent the type of fires they can work on properly and the numbers associated with the letters refer to the capacity or size of that type of fire. Here is a general explanation of the ULC ratings: - Class A refers to solids like wood and paper. The number refers to the equivalent to 1.25 US gal. of water. So a 4A rating means equivalent to 5 gals. of water. - Class B refers to liquid like fuels and grease. The number refers to the largest pan, in square feet, that the extinguisher was able to meet the extinguishing requirement. So a 40B rating refers to 40 square feet. - Class C refers to electrically charged fires. All class C extinguishers will also have a class A and/or B rating. There is no number as it refers to the internal agent not being conductive to electricity. Please note the ratings are based on a professional use of the extinguisher and cannot be counted on as being the same for every user. Environmental conditions can also affect the effectiveness of an extinguisher (wind/humidity). If you get a single extinguisher for your house, it would be better if it is an A:B:C class. For the kitchen only, we recommend a B:C only as the A class powder will melt onto whatever is hot, making it necessary to replace the stove whereas a B:C only powder will only need a cleanup (soap and water) and not damage anything. Although there is a lot of mention of weight on extinguishers (2 lbs, 5 lbs, 10 lbs, etc…), it is not necessarily the best way to identify an extinguisher’s capability as the monoammonium phosphate found in ABC extinguishers may have different concentrations. Some brands’ 5 lbs extinguishers have the same rating as others’ 10 lbs. This means that as you choose your extinguishers, have a look at the rating as your primary decision factor. Determine how much coverage you wish to have (5 square feet, 40 square feet?).
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2019-02-07

    Where can I have my fire extinguisher recharged?

    Posée par: Anonyme
    Look in your local yellow pages under Fire Extinguisher Servicing. There are numerous companies across Canada taht service them.
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2017-10-10

    I'm trying to find a Co2 fire extinguisher but all I see are powder units. Do you know where can I find one?

    Is there a store or depot that sells Co2 fire extinguishers? I don''t see them available to the public but we had them in one of the building we owned several yrs ago. (until someone stole it to cool down their beer) Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Ben
    Posée par: Anonyme
    Hi Ben, These are specialty extinguishers (not a retail item) so if Home Depot cannot special order it for you, try looking in your yellow pages for a Fire Extinguisher Dealer near you and contact them to order one.
    Répondue par: Kidde
    Date de publication: 2015-05-28

    What is the eco fee that Home Depot is charging on this item?

    The website doesn't show eco fees but these fees are being charged on hundreds of items by Home Depot stores in Ontario. How can a customer decide what the best price is if eco fees are not shown/? Some retailers are not passing on the eco fees to customers.
    Posée par: Anonyme
    Eco Fees are not being charged any more, so you have nothing to worry about anymore. Hope this helps.
    Répondue par: Zeee
    Date de publication: 2017-02-24

    When should I recharge it?

    Posée par: Anonyme
    You will only need to recharge this fire extinguisher if: 1. You have used it or 2. If the gauge goes into the red meaning that the unit has lost its pressure. I hope this helps.
    Répondue par: OnlineAssociate
    Date de publication: 2019-02-07
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