Is it a good one for kitchen

asked on December 2, 2016

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The answer that Heather gave is incorrect.
Class A – General flammable materials such as fabric, paper, and lumber.
Class B – Combustible liquids such as motor oil, automotive fuel, and paint.
For kitchen fires you need a class K fire extinguisher
Class K – Kitchen flammables, such as grease or fat used in a frying pan or deep fryer.

Mamazon Pro
· June 28, 2017
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I would say yes as it is rated at class B and C .
Fire extinguishers with a Class B rating are effective against flammable liquid fires. These can be fires where cooking liquids, oil, gasoline, kerosene, or paint have become ignited. Two commonly used chemicals are effective in fighting these types of fires.
Fire extinguishers with a Class C rating are suitable for fires in "live" electrical equipment.

Heather
· December 2, 2016
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We have one there now.
mo
· December 2, 2016
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This extinguisher will NOT put out a fire in your waste paper basket, cabinets, walls, etc. I would never have one in my kitchen. Get an ABC type instead. They are the same price.
Taos Guy
· November 15, 2017
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Class B is suitable for a home kitchen fire, including grease fires.
grant
· October 25, 2019
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