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Topic Title: New Type of Fire Extinguisher. P-50.
Topic Summary: Its making and use.
Created On: 17 June 2017 11:38 AM
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 17 June 2017 11:38 AM
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 17 June 2017 11:33 PM
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Just been reading up on the P50. 10 years between discharge tests . Can be serviced by someone who who has been shown what to do e.g. you or I. UK-FA appear not to like it.
 19 June 2017 09:31 AM
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Originally posted by: dp11

Just been reading up on the P50. 10 years between discharge tests . Can be serviced by someone who who has been shown what to do e.g. you or I. UK-FA appear not to like it.


Well yes, its non metallic container is presumably rust free. The only thing to check is the pressure gauge and the hose to see if it in good condition and free from blockage. Even I can do that. The non metal body can enables outdoor locations are possible.

A promotional video suggests that only one type of extinguisher need be kept as opposed to several different types.

I did think that the manufacturing process was fascinating.

I was always fire risk aware, but now even more so after recent tragic events. I stumbled upon the P-50 extinguisher whilst doing searches for automatic fire extinguishers on line.

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