Fire Bottle BRC-500-1 Fire Suppression System, 5 Lbs.
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Extinguishes rapidly with no residue using DuPont FE-36, which works as well as Halon. Approved by NASCAR, NHRA and has gone through SFI testing certification. Pull cable to extinguish fire. Class A, B & C fires. Unit is NOT rechargeable.
- Discharges completely - you don't fight the fire
- Acts without delay - stops it at the start
- Does not obscure vision, nor impede actions of driver or safety crews
- No chemical residue, nor costly clean up
- D.O.T. approved and SFI certified
- Aluminum bottle, 16-3/4" tall x 4-1/4" diameter (9 lbs.)
- Anodized valve pressure gauge
- Two nozzles
- Control knob with 4 ft. cable
- 1/4" O.D. aluminum tubing
CANNOT SHIP BY AIR!
623-RC500 Instructions (PDF)
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