Extinguisher


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A superhero-like—à la Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, et al—character created by American Medical Association as a vehicle to stop children from smoking, or to prevent them from starting
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Table 13: US Exports of Fire Extinguishers by Region (2012 &
Any store found to be selling fire extinguishers at exuberant prices will -- with the permission of the Justice Ministry and relevant governor -- be shut down, Hakim said.
He said: "A fire extinguisher is essentially a pressurised cylinder with dry powder inside it, which would normally be dangerous to store in a car under hot temperatures.
Compared to a conventional fire extinguisher, it is easier to use as there is no need to unplug pins, carry the heavy fire extinguisher around or handle the sprouting nozzle.
The cutting-edge flame extinguisher is very likely to enable the company to compete in Taiwan's extinguisher market, especially when scale of the market reaches about NT$10 billion every year.
A similar accident in town took place three years ago when a school's storeroom caught fire and there were no fire extinguishers at hand.
Mount the extinguisher to its bracket and fasten the straps.
SQUEEZE the top handle or lever - this depresses a button that releases the pressurised extinguisher agent
The court heard how Potts, 27, of Regent Farm Road, Gosforth, Newcastle, got off the train at Wansbeck Road station and discharged the extinguisher through the door, back into the carriage.
There should be a recess for an extinguisher in every dash board and battery isolators and automatic extinguishers under every car bonnet.
Fire science students at Macomb Community College now have a new set of tools to learn about the latest in special hazards fire extinguisher systems.
Protection policy manager Pete Whittaker said: "We do not want to encourage people to leave their flat to fetch a fire extinguisher from a hallway and then return to a blaze.