|Item Weight||14.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 6.4 x 13.8 inches|
|Item model number||FA110-2|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 2-pack
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- MULTIPURPOSE PROTECTION: Fights Class A, B, and C fires and is is UL rated 1-A:10-B:C
- EASY TO READ: Gauge tells you when fire extinguisher is charged and ready for use
- EASY TO USE: Easy to pull safety pin and impact resistant nylon handle
- LIGHT WEIGHT: Durable corrosion resistant aluminum cylinder
- CLEAR INSTRUCTION LABEL: Shows the steps required to operate the extinguisher
- OPERATING PRESSURE : 100 psi
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Multipurpose disposable dry chemical 2.5Lb extinguisher fights class and c fires. This extinguisher is designed to fight basic fires common to the home.
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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... and never, if you like watching things burn!
j/k Be safe out there...
P.S. The extinguishing agent (powder) inside these can settle and harden over time... For an "off the record" money saving tip; turn your extinguisher upside down and shake it every couple years. As long as you do this, and it still has pressure, it should work till you're too old to use it!