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Fire extinguishers are designed to fight fires, which are hot. What good would it do for an extinguisher to blow up when the temperature reaches nonlethal levels? You can bet that it gets a lot hotter inside a burning house than it does inside your car or truck on a sunny day.

Look for one that displays the Underwri… see more
Fire extinguishers are designed to fight fires, which are hot. What good would it do for an extinguisher to blow up when the temperature reaches nonlethal levels? You can bet that it gets a lot hotter inside a burning house than it does inside your car or truck on a sunny day.

Look for one that displays the Underwriters Laboratory label (UL rated). The laboratory requires that extinguishers can be safely stored at minus-40 to plus-120 degrees, a standard that is sometimes posted on the extinguisher.

But the laboratory also requires that extinguishers survive 175 degrees for seven days, which is not normally disclosed in product information. A quality, UL-listed extinguisher has a steel cylinder that is designed to withstand six times its normal pressure without bursting. see less
Fire extinguishers are designed to fight fires, which are hot. What good would it do for an extinguisher to blow up when the temperature reaches nonlethal levels? You can bet that it gets a lot hotter inside a burning house than it does inside your car or truck on a sunny day.

Look for one that displays the Underwriters Laboratory label (UL rated). The laboratory requires that extinguishers can be safely stored at minus-40 to plus-120 degrees, a standard that is sometimes posted on the extinguisher.

But the laboratory also requires that extinguishers survive 175 degrees for seven days, which is not normally disclosed in product information. A quality, UL-listed extinguisher has a steel cylinder that is designed to withstand six times its normal pressure without bursting.

Trouser Slacksman
· October 20, 2018
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To mount securely you would have to drill holes. This one is actually fairly small so you might be able to secure with those double sided tape pieces with the tabs on that can be removed damage free.
DnD Wagner
· September 9, 2014
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No.
Adam R.
· November 11, 2015
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According to my husband, it does have a pressure gauge.
acjg
· November 11, 2017
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Unknown. Contact First Alert
Daniel A.
· December 30, 2019
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i leave it my motor cycle bag year round.
K-FLEX
· September 6, 2016
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indefinite as long as the pin is not pulled.
james d rogers
· January 12, 2019
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It is a class BC for flammable liquids, and electrical fire. Most suitable for a keeping in a vehicle. I bought it to keep on my motorcycle.
K-FLEX
· November 4, 2015
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10.3 x 3.1 x 3.1 inches
Hgronski
· August 15, 2019
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Just the mounting bracket. I Keep mine in a rear-door cup holder.
Karl Moore
· May 26, 2019