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new type of fire extinguisher?

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check it out! 

 

 

https://elementfire.com/pages/models


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that looks very interesting. 


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Extremely interesting. 

 

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I bought two...super small.  Easy to have in the car or McLaren for extra safety 


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Has anyone actually used one successfully to put out a fire yet?

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Has anyone actually used one successfully to put out a fire yet?

 

we were going to try it out on a set fire...but there are already videos online


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Looks cool and easier to store vs a 5lb. 

 

My question on first glance is shelf life, I'm assuming it doesn't fluctuate like real tanks as I didn't see any gauges based on it being a chemical reaction?

 

FAQ answered my question

 

"Element's solid construction, no moving parts, and lack of compressed gas (unlike a traditional fire extinguisher) means it will never need any service or upkeep. In addition the solid chemical that makes up the Element extinguisher has no effective expiration."


Edited by Aequitas & Veritas, 30 November 2018 - 10:22 AM.

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