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Element Fire E50 Fire Extinguisher

Element Fire E50 Fire Extinguisher


Highlights:
  • 50 Second Discharge
  • Compact and Easy to use
  • Use on A, B, C, and K fire classes
  • Leaves no mess or residue, making it eco-friendly
  • Non-toxic and non-corrosive
  • Zero pressure discharge will not spread the fire
  • Maintenance Free no moving parts or compressed gas to service
  • Completely weatherproof will withstand extreme temperatures
  • Will not expire
Portable Fire Extinguisher
E50 Professional Element Fire extinguisher is the most popular model, offering 50 seconds of firefighting protection this lightweight extinguisher has more than 4X a standard 5lb fire extinguisher. E50 makes no mess and leaves no residue, it's non-toxic, non-corrosive, and environmentally friendly means this fire extinguisher will not remove breathing oxygen in confined spaces. Internationally tested and certified, the small construction is weatherproof and unaffected by extreme temperatures (-140F to +320F), humidity, movement and it?s also safe to store in wet environments and will not expire.

Compact and Easy to Use
The solid construction means there are no moving parts or compressed gas to be serviced. The zero-pressure discharge creates no trust and will not spread oil and liquid fires. It?s easy 4-step activation will fight all major fire classes A, B, C, and K. Simply remove the top protection cap. Hold from the black plastic handle and remove bottom striker. Strike the tip of the yellow striker along the tip of the red Element unit. This will start a chemical reaction and gas will immediately begin to flow from the tip of the Element extinguisher. Hold from the black plastic handle and point the flowing gas to the base of the fire until extinguished.


Packaging Includes:
  • E50 extinguisher with high visibility striker and cap
  • One mounting clip
 

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I have never considered such a method of fire protection. I'm intrigued. No experation is really cool.
You'll see me ordering some of these Frank.
Thanks for the heads up.
 

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I like these alot - but it appears that a possible criticism would be that it has no way to manage the dispensing of the extinguishing agent, whereas a conventional extinguisher can be managed. It might be just a difference in application perhaps. Might not be a bad idea to have one of each on hand to cover a multitude of situations/scenarios.
 

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Yea, I just ordered one and would love to see it in action. But a bit expensive to test it. Lol

This will be in the shop/barn and be positioned to be taken in any vehicle for now. If it holds up to scrutiny, I'll fetch one for each car.
 

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I ordered one just now. Would like to see it in action like @snakebitten mentioned. Maybe I’ll have to order another one. ;)
 

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Ordered - will have to get a couple more for sure.
 
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I have one of those 50,000 BTU propane torches to start fires with.




What kind of fire is this thing supposed to put out?
  • Use on A, B, C, and K fire classes
A = normal stuff (paper, wood, etc)
B = Gas, oil, etc.. flammable liquid
C = Electrical (Wires and fuses, not a Hybrid battery)
K = Kitchen
 

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Thanks bentruby.
I like to learn at least ONE thing every day before turning in. So that 365 a year. It adds up. :)

You made it possible for this old man to go to bed early.
 
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Mine arrived lightning fast (lightning as in the sky not the truck).
Nice size device; shorter than a roll of shop towels. I’ll post pictures when I decide where / how to mount it.

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Thanks to this thread it reminded me of what I wanted to store behind the rear folding back seats.
I now carry this bad boy with me.....I'm suprised in all the years of towing heavy in the middle of the blistering AZ summers I never came across anyone in need/ vehicles on fire?!.. ( including my severe overheating issue last year )
Always be prepared for the worst


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I figured best spot to store my E50 fire extinguisher is right under rear seat next to the other equipment. I’ve considered mounting it in the bed under the tonneau cover but decided not to do that.

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