The First Alert PRO5 Rechargeable Heavy Duty Plus Fire Extinguisher is effective against the most common household fires: wood, paper, fabric, flammable liquid fires and live electrical equipment fires. The PRO5 uses a heavy duty metal head that's designed to exceed demanding needs. This heavy duty plus fire extinguisher can also be recharged by a certified professional when in use. The First Alert PRO5 Rechargeable Heavy Duty Plus Fire Extinguisher includes a heavy duty mounting bracket and strap to keep the unit secure. 12-year limited warranty. Meets UL standards.
Portable and Ideal for All Types of Fires
- The PRO5 extinguisher is portable and can be recharged by a certified professional when used. It is designed to fight wood, paper, fabric, flammable liquid, and electrical fires.
- The Rechargeable Heavy Duty Plus Fire Extinguisher is made of a durable metal head that is designed to meet demanding needs. The PRO5 also features a metal pull pin with a safety seal that deters accidental discharge and discourages tampering. The Heavy Duty Plus Fire Extinguisher includes a secure mounting bracket and strap for placement of the extinguisher. The color coded gauge is easy-to-read, corrosion-resistant, and provides accurate measurement.
Easy to Use
- This fire extinguisher includes easy to follow, 4-step instructions right on extinguisher. The label is chemical resistant and water proof, so you do not have to worry about it deteriorating.
Class A, B & C Fire Extinguisher
- First Alert Class A, B & C Fire Extinguishers are designed to put out three types of fires (combustible fires, flammable fires and electrical fires). These fire extinguishers can put out fires caused by ordinary combustible materials such as firewood, plastic, cloth and paper. They're also capable of putting out fires caused by flammable liquids and combustible gas. These fires are capable of spreading extremely fast and can be attributed to gasoline, grease, oil and paints. The First Alert Rechargeable Heavy Duty Plus Extinguisher can also put out electrical fires. Electrical fires are commonly caused by electrical equipment, paneling, wiring and circuit breakers.