H3R Performance MX100B Max-Out 1.0 Lb. Fire Extinguisher, Black
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Having a fire extinguisher in your car is a great idea for street rods and a must for competition vehicles. These fire extinguishers will not only help protect your ride, but look great doing so. Includes black mounting bracket.
- Siliconized sodium bicarbonate based dry chemical
- Works on flammable liquids and electrical fires (class B & C)
- UL listed
- Steel cylinder w/ 100% metal valve construction
- Made in U.S.A.
- Smothers fires in flammable liquids and pressurized gases
- Will not conduct electricity back to the operator
- 5 - 8 discharge range
- UL Rated 2B:C
- 6 year limited manufacturer warranty
CANNOT SHIP BY AIR!
Owners Manual (PDF)
Item Details10.0" Tall x 2.6" Diameter, 2.2 LB Gross Weight
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