|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 3.2 x 13.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||408-466142|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||6YR WARRANTY AS LONG AS THE UNIT IS NOT DISCHARGED. ALSO IF THE UNIT IS PURCHASED W/OUT THE INCLUDED CONTENTS|
|Assembled Diameter||3.25 inches|
Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 1 Pack
|Price:||$19.98 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Multi-purpose Disposable Dry Chemical 2.5 lb Extinguisher
- Easy to read gauge shows the extinguisher's charge level
- Clear Instruction Label - Easy-to-pull safety pin
- Coast Guard (U.S.C.G) DOT approved,
- UL Rated 1-A, 10-B:C.Hazardous Material for transportation - Item cannot be returned.
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The Kidde FA110 is a multipurpose fire extinguisher for basic protection.
Take a 3D tour to learn the types of fire extinguishers you need to protect your home.
This fire extinguisher contains a multipurpose agent that fights Class A, Class B, and Class C fires. Class A fires involve common combustibles, such as wood, paper, cloth, rubber, trash, and plastics. Class B fires involve flammable liquids, solvents, oil, gasoline, paints, lacquers, and other oil-based products. Class C fires involve energized electrical equipment, such as wiring, controls, motors, machinery, and appliances.
Recommended by Fire Experts for Proven Protection
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends at least one primary protection fire extinguisher for each level of the home. A primary protection fire extinguisher should have a fairly large capacity and must be UL Rated 2-A:10-B:C or higher. In addition to your primary protection, you should also have UL rated supplementary protection fire extinguishers for additional protection or specific hazards. You should not have to travel more than 40 feet to reach an extinguisher.
After ensuring you have enough primary protection fire extinguishers, place 1-A:10-B:C rated multipurpose fire extinguishers as needed for supplementary protection in bedrooms and living areas.
This supplementary protection fire extinguisher meets the recommendations and needs of:
- The National Fire Protection Association: the NFPA 10 Standard for Fire Extinguishers
- Underwriters Laboratories (UL): the independent testing lab for fire safety products
- Professionals: for more than 90 years, industry leaders, the military, airlines, and firefighters have relied on Kidde fire extinguishers
In an emergency situation, you need a proven technology: a UL-rated fire extinguisher with a handle, a visible pressure gauge, and enough size and capacity to put out a common fire. These features are what makes a fire extinguisher the tool of choice for true fire suppression. Many aerosol can fire products may not be as reliable for fire protection, because they have a short shelf life (only three years in many cases), they do not provide a gauge to verify readiness, and they aren't UL rated. If you are able to react to a small fire when it starts, chances are good that you can stop the fire with the right type of fire extinguisher. Always make sure your extinguisher is pressurized and close at hand for emergency use.
Built to Last and Easy to Use
This Kidde Fire Extinguisher is durable and easy to use. The fire extinguisher is warranted for six years, and its metal pressure gauge helps ensure that the fire extinguisher is charged and ready for use. This extinguisher is durable and corrosion resistant, featuring a rust- and impact-resistant nylon handle and a light-but -durable aluminum cylinder. The sure-grip handle and operating lever make the extinguisher less likely to slip from wet or oily hands and easier to operate for people with arthritis or weakness of the fingers. A large bilingual nameplate on the extinguisher provides easy-to-read instructions for use during a fire.
About Kidde: A UTC Fire & Security Brand
Renowned for global leadership in fire detection and suppression, Kidde provides solutions ranging from portable fire extinguishers to advanced industrial controls, such as flame detection and explosion suppression systems. Kidde is a UTC Fire & Security brand, with a history that's rich with innovations, from the patent of the Chubb Detector Lock in 1818 to the development of the world's first wireless networked smoke detectors in 2004.
What's in the Box
Kidde FA110 Multipurpose fire extinguisher with UL approved wall hanger, six-year limited warranty, and bilingual user's manual.
Top Customer Reviews
Bottom Line - this is one powerful punch in a small package. It proved that it can function effectively way outside its intended parameters. I highly recommend this device as it most definitely saved my neighbors house from certain destruction.
Current fireman, former fire extinguisher service/salesman here. I have over a decade in the industry, 1 year of which was spent refilling/repairing/selling hundreds upon hundreds of extinguishers a week for a local business in Sacramento, CA...
First things first; as a general rule, never compromise on quality when dealing with safety equipment. There is such thing as "overboard", i.e. buying a 10-lb extinguisher for your car, or a commercial grade Class-K extinguisher for your home kitchen, but a 2.5-lb (small) extinguisher like this one is not in that wheelhouse. If anything, you should get a 5-lb; they're really the smallest extinguisher you'll ever want to use on a decent size fire...
But, I digress...
Plastic parts/handles are an ABSOLUTE NO-NO on fire extinguishers. Never, under any circumstance should you trust your life/health or property to an inferior extinguisher like this one. Never, ever! They break so easily, it's almost as if they were designed to fail. I have literally seen hundreds of these particular extinguishers (Kidde brand, with plastic handle) fall apart and fail to work. Absolute garbage/inferior product that I would never recommend to anyone.
If by chance you're still reading, and appreciate a good recommendation, here it is; anything with ALL METAL parts. Amerex makes a great product (some say the best), Badger, and First Alert are also fairly decent choices that you can find at your local hardware store, or here on Amazon for a reasonable price. Recharging fire extinguishers IS an option, but usually only practical for a collection of 3 or more (depending on your local company's pricing structure). If you just have the one extinguisher, replace it every 5-6 years or so to be safe... every decade to be a rebel...Read more ›
Last night, we had a very scary incident of our oven engulfed in fire which started when the muffin tray got too close to the heating unit. As we saw the smoke coming out and big fire inside the oven, I quickly reached this very extinguisher which I purchased from Amazon (I bought a 1 pack one which is no longer available thus I'm leaving a review here as it's the same exact model - just 2 pack instead of 1) about 7 months ago.
My husband pulled out the pin, opened the oven door (and the fire got even bigger shooting out from the oven), aimed at it and squeezed the lever. Nothing happened. Then I tried it multiple times, nothing. Then it finally shot out a tiny puff of yellow powder on the floor, and that was it. Unbelieable.
At that point, the whole kitchen was smoked up and the fire was sneaking out of the oven unit, fire alarms beeping all over, baby crying, and how I cursed myself trusting this stupid extinguisher. As I was about to call the fire department however, my husband rushed to the bathroom and soaked a bathtowel, covered the fire with the dripping wet towel (which melted into pieces of hard prastic in the end, to my surprise) and finally was able to put out the fire. I had to run outside with my baby as the whole house was smoking up. It surely was one scary moment.
Annoying that our fire extinguisher still shows the green "full" pressure level even though it already discharged that little puff and released the pressure. The thing is, you can never test it out as once you do the pressure goes ofcourse and it's useless.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Havent had to use it yet... but appears to be of good quality. comes with mounting bracketPublished 1 hour ago by John S
I haven't had a small kitchen fire yet, but I'm going to assume it will work if the tenants in my house ever accidentally catch the kitchen on fire.Published 19 hours ago by 18xvanity
I carry these in my vehicles. I've used them a few times to assist in putting out car fires, they work very well.Published 1 day ago by T. Sessoms