P50 AFFF Composite Fire Extinguisher

Cherry Products Ltd

The new P50 AFFF Composite Fire Extinguisher complete with a full management software program is a product of innovation, the new P50 AFFF Composite Fire Extinguisher is British made using state-of-the-art clean manufacturing processes and can save a client on average 48% cost saving over the 10-year warranted period. P50 extinguishers employ technology pioneered by the motor racing, defence, aircraft and aerospace industries.

All P50 extinguishers meet the highest legal and safety standards and are fully compliant with British standard, EN3, BSI. They are also CE marked and endorsed by Apragaz, certifying them to be used on electrical fires up to 1000 volts at one metre, liquids and combustible materials. In most situations current inventory can be reduced when replaced with P50 extinguishers, eliminating the need for two types of extinguishers especially inside buildings.

Providing a strong environmentally friendly presence in comparison to standard steel extinguishers, the foam (AFFF) is watercourse safe and biodegradable which with the 20-year life cycle and 100% recyclability, means it is a green option compared to traditional equipment. After 10 years the extinguishers are required for a return to base service before being reallocated back out into industry for another 10 years (with another 10-year guarantee).

A substantial saving is made by only requiring a simple in-house inspection, no contractors or external service engineers are required. That’s why many major companies in the UK are changing over to the P50 units.

Training tutorials for inspecting and using the management program are provided free of charge, the EMS program also completes the package providing the correct record keeping and proof of maintenance required for insurance and health and safety legislation.

Just some of the major companies that have or are in the process of rolling out the extinguishers include:- Seven NHS trusts including St Guy’s and St Thomas London, Alpa Plus Group, Crown Estate (Windsor Great park), Heathrow Airport, Thames Valley Police, Pepsi Co, Walkers, British Library, Farol, Marston’s Pub chain, Atomic Weapons Establishment (MOD), Cambridge University, GKN Aerospace, Ormiston Academies Trust (Sudbury), BMW, B&Q, Wren Kitchens, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, CBRE, Vinci, Engie, Essentia Engineering, Triumph Motor Cycles.

All of the business mention are saving money, meeting better environmental standards and avoiding inflation with greater protection and less confusion should a fire occur.

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