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A very versatile fire fighting equipment that does not require maintenance. Fire blankets can be used to cover fires or to safely escape.
Tested to 550°C
Sizing: 1.8M x 1.2M (6' x 4') or 1,8m x 1.8m (6' x 6')
Compliant with British Standards EN 1869.
Note: Due to the fire resistant fiber glass materials used to make a fire blanket, some people experience slight itchiness when using a fire blanket. Should this occur, wash skin with water and soap thoroughly after use. In most cases, the itch will subside within a day. If itchiness persists, immediately consult a doctor.
Fiber glass material is exactly how it sounds like - Threads of glass. Glass is heated to an ultra high temperature until it melts and forced into holes to form threads of glass. Depending on the material property required, it is then mixed with a variety of other raw materials.
Incredibly tough, it does not decompose and will never expire. Because of its high resistance to heat, it is often used to make fire blankets. Tested to 550 degrees Celcius,
Combustible fires such as wood, newspaper, books, tyres, plastics, etc.
Class F (Up to 3L)
Kitchen Fires involving cooking oil
|1. As early as possible, the electric or gas heat source must be turned off.|
|2. Remove fire blanket from cover|
|3. Holding the edges of the fire blanket toward you, slowly cover the fire.|
|4. Remove the fire blanket only when it is cool to touch (20mins+)|
Do note that a fire blanket is a one use item even though it does not expire. Replace it immediately after use. Prematurely removing the fire blanket before it has cooled down sufficiently or not turning off the source of heat will cause the fire to reignite.
This product complies to the stringent BS EN 1869:1997 Fire Blanket Standards.
BS EN 1869:1997 Fire Blanket Standards test methods include: