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All are marked by manufacturer as it’s required by law.
rellimeagle
· August 11, 2019
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It comes ship in a box so I’m guessing you can alway wrap it yourself.
LaTisha Manley
· March 2, 2019
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2 pack of what???
servmart
· November 14, 2019
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Yes a plastic 3 screw wall mount
Mr. Westwood
· February 12, 2019
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That's why you need to check prices carefully on here. Some people don't and get waylaid with these prices. I usually just buy 2 separately.
Bonnie
· August 31, 2019
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It is not measured by the distance it shoots, it is measured by the distance it is effective. the distance it becomes effective depends on the intensity of fire. If the fire has been burning for over 1 minute or more - GET THE HELL OUT. If the fire is in the initial stage (just started and has not is not higher than a … see more It is not measured by the distance it shoots, it is measured by the distance it is effective. the distance it becomes effective depends on the intensity of fire. If the fire has been burning for over 1 minute or more - GET THE HELL OUT. If the fire is in the initial stage (just started and has not is not higher than a couple of feet and hasn't spread in more than 2 objects - the initial object and another one very next to it) you can start at 4 feet and get as close as you need to. Starting at 8 feet as some extinguishers suggest it will only waste very needed extinguishing agent. see less It is not measured by the distance it shoots, it is measured by the distance it is effective. the distance it becomes effective depends on the intensity of fire. If the fire has been burning for over 1 minute or more - GET THE HELL OUT. If the fire is in the initial stage (just started and has not is not higher than a couple of feet and hasn't spread in more than 2 objects - the initial object and another one very next to it) you can start at 4 feet and get as close as you need to. Starting at 8 feet as some extinguishers suggest it will only waste very needed extinguishing agent.
edvin shehu
· June 14, 2018
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I didn’t see anything like that with this extinguisher.
mike perdue
· July 14, 2018
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Yes, it is U.S. Coast Guard approved for marine environments.
Stephen G.
· May 30, 2018