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A multipurpose fire extinguisher for your home or business, the Kidde Pro 210 (model No. 21005779) is fitted with a pressure gauge that provides an at-a-glance status, and it features a lightweight aluminum cylinder and sturdy chrome-plated brass valve assembly.
The Kidde Pro 210 is suitable for use on Class A (trash, wood, and paper), Class B (liquids and gases), and Class C (energized electrical equipment) fires. It's ideal for protecting your home as well as low-hazard occupancies such as offices, churches, assembly halls, classrooms, and hotel guest areas. This rechargeable unit contains four pounds of a multipurpose monoammonium phosphate dry chemical extinguishing agent. It has a discharge time of 13 to 15 seconds, a discharge range of 10 to 15 feet, and an operating pressure of 100 PSI.
The seamless aluminum cylinder is powder coated for corrosion protection, and it measures 4.5 inches in diameter and 15.7 inches tall. Assembled in Mexico from globally sourced components, it's backed by a six-year limited warranty. It comes with a plastic hanger, and it is Coast Guard (U.S.C.G.) approved when fitted with an optional mounting bracket.
One Kidde Pro 210 fire extinguisher, one plastic hanger, and operating instructions.
Like the size; hope to never have to use it. Replacement for one that was much smaller.Published 1 day ago by Lorrie K. Brazier
Hard to rate until after the fire, but it looks great and was delivered on time.Published 3 days ago by L. Pike
How do you rate a fire extinguisher that you haven't used? Well, I have used a Kidde Extinguisher before and it saved my bacon. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Chas
Arrived in perfect condition. Highly recommend. Good size for under kitchen sink.Published 5 days ago by Julie Anne Cantu Comes
So far lucky enough not to have needed to use it. If I never update this review, you'll know it failed...Published 5 days ago by Brett R. Corson
I don't always have a chimney fire, but when I do, I make sure that I have several of those fire extinguishers nearby. No kidden.Published 11 days ago by German in Ohio