...place of business needs to have certified extinguishers and inspected monthly. The funny thing...check the gauge to see if the needle is in the green part of the gauge, then turn it upside-down and hit it twice...
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 03/01/2011
There is no frequency to refilling fire extinguishers that I know of. They have a pressure gauge on them and as long as it is in the green it should be good to go. If you have used it most home extinguishers ...
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 18/10/2011
Because red catches are attention most
4 Answers · Education & Reference · 30/10/2012
... Red Fire Extinguishers are Water type..., Arctic Fire , or FireAde) Red... liquid (not halon) type Green (no longer in use) ...
4 Answers · Health · 30/06/2010
Pre-flight of a fire extinguisher is to ensure it is in it's assigned location, and that the pressure gauge is in the " green zone" (in other words, fully charged and ready for use.
1 Answers · Travel · 23/06/2008
I didn't even know they had a red zone. Over pressure is a non-problem. The only reason the gauge would show less than normal pressure is that there is a leak and the tank has no pressure at all. Get that puppy off the job and go find a replacement.
3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/10/2012
... use. Home fire extinguishers are rated for...,B or C fires , and usually contain ... Use A Green Triangle ...
3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22/08/2009