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Many thanks for your question. The first important thing to do is isolate the gas by turning it off. you will then be able to extinguish the residual fire that the gas has caused.
Our extinguisher will put out a gas fire, however the advice is to always isolate the supply and deal with the small initial fire the gas… see more
Many thanks for your question. The first important thing to do is isolate the gas by turning it off. you will then be able to extinguish the residual fire that the gas has caused.
Our extinguisher will put out a gas fire, however the advice is to always isolate the supply and deal with the small initial fire the gas has caused. see less
Many thanks for your question. The first important thing to do is isolate the gas by turning it off. you will then be able to extinguish the residual fire that the gas has caused.
Our extinguisher will put out a gas fire, however the advice is to always isolate the supply and deal with the small initial fire the gas has caused.

LifeSafe Technologies
Seller · 01 September 2021
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I think this might be more helpful:
"Contains BS EN3 tested and approved fluid"
"The firefighting fluid classed as a wet chemical(...)" … see more
I think this might be more helpful:
"Contains BS EN3 tested and approved fluid"
"The firefighting fluid classed as a wet chemical(...)"

Answers from: Life Safe Technologies website. see less
I think this might be more helpful:
"Contains BS EN3 tested and approved fluid"
"The firefighting fluid classed as a wet chemical(...)"

Answers from: Life Safe Technologies website.

Melody
· 01 December 2022
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It is too new for there to be any certifications - We have fully tested the fluid in standard cylinders and meet the BS/EN standards. the same fluid is then used in the StaySafe bottle which carries BS5597 as a safe and tested pack - BSI have independently tested the product and have verified the efficacy on the 5 fire… see more It is too new for there to be any certifications - We have fully tested the fluid in standard cylinders and meet the BS/EN standards. the same fluid is then used in the StaySafe bottle which carries BS5597 as a safe and tested pack - BSI have independently tested the product and have verified the efficacy on the 5 fires on the pack. see less It is too new for there to be any certifications - We have fully tested the fluid in standard cylinders and meet the BS/EN standards. the same fluid is then used in the StaySafe bottle which carries BS5597 as a safe and tested pack - BSI have independently tested the product and have verified the efficacy on the 5 fires on the pack.
LifeSafe Technologies
Seller · 09 September 2021
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Electrical, Cooking oil (grease fires), textiles, petrol/diesel and paper/card. So the majority of fire types that you would buy various extinguishers for.
It doesn't mention anything about being able to help with flammable gases (such as butane/methane) or metals (potassium/uranium), but it seems to offer pretty good… see more
Electrical, Cooking oil (grease fires), textiles, petrol/diesel and paper/card. So the majority of fire types that you would buy various extinguishers for.
It doesn't mention anything about being able to help with flammable gases (such as butane/methane) or metals (potassium/uranium), but it seems to offer pretty good protection for the typical fires that people are likely to experience at home or in their car. see less
Electrical, Cooking oil (grease fires), textiles, petrol/diesel and paper/card. So the majority of fire types that you would buy various extinguishers for.
It doesn't mention anything about being able to help with flammable gases (such as butane/methane) or metals (potassium/uranium), but it seems to offer pretty good protection for the typical fires that people are likely to experience at home or in their car.

SS
· 20 June 2021
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Yes. Recently ordered one and use by date is March 2024.
Lee
· 24 June 2021
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As long as its not in direct sun it will be safe
David Wiggin
· 27 March 2022
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Many thanks for your question - No it isn't and Carbon Dioxide extinguisher it is a special liquid.
LifeSafe Technologies
Seller · 10 May 2022
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Hello - The product contains our fluid which has been tested to and passed the BSI/EN3 standards. Due to its size and innovative nature, the pack can not carry this marking. BSI have independently tested the pack and have verified the performance and efficacy of the product. The pack has been tested to BS5597 to prove … see more Hello - The product contains our fluid which has been tested to and passed the BSI/EN3 standards. Due to its size and innovative nature, the pack can not carry this marking. BSI have independently tested the pack and have verified the performance and efficacy of the product. The pack has been tested to BS5597 to prove it is a safe to use container. Many thanks see less Hello - The product contains our fluid which has been tested to and passed the BSI/EN3 standards. Due to its size and innovative nature, the pack can not carry this marking. BSI have independently tested the pack and have verified the performance and efficacy of the product. The pack has been tested to BS5597 to prove it is a safe to use container. Many thanks
LifeSafe Technologies
Seller · 07 September 2021
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Good Afternoon
Many thanks for your email and purchase - the app is currently being re-branded along with some technical upgrades and will be up and running shortly.
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Good Afternoon
Many thanks for your email and purchase - the app is currently being re-branded along with some technical upgrades and will be up and running shortly.

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Good Afternoon
Many thanks for your email and purchase - the app is currently being re-branded along with some technical upgrades and will be up and running shortly.

Thanks

LifeSafe Technologies
Seller · 27 July 2021
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It is a disposable extinguisher in a plastic bottle. Once the stated shelf life is exceeded it needs replacing (no servicing required or possible in the interim). Mine was bought in Feb 2022 and expires in Feb 2025 (so 3yr shelf life). The liquid is eco-friendly, so it can be disposed of down the drain. The empty bottl… see more It is a disposable extinguisher in a plastic bottle. Once the stated shelf life is exceeded it needs replacing (no servicing required or possible in the interim). Mine was bought in Feb 2022 and expires in Feb 2025 (so 3yr shelf life). The liquid is eco-friendly, so it can be disposed of down the drain. The empty bottle can be recycled. see less It is a disposable extinguisher in a plastic bottle. Once the stated shelf life is exceeded it needs replacing (no servicing required or possible in the interim). Mine was bought in Feb 2022 and expires in Feb 2025 (so 3yr shelf life). The liquid is eco-friendly, so it can be disposed of down the drain. The empty bottle can be recycled.
Oliver Tomlinson
· 23 May 2022