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Safe, effective, convenient extinguisher training for businesses of all shapes and sizes. All programs fulfill OSHA requirements. We can educate and train in the proper handling of extinguishers, the activation of manual suppression systems and the management techniques for mass notification systems. Contact us for more details about our fire safety training.

NEW!

We now offer training on-site in the new Kistler O'Brien training room at our Corporate office in Bethlehem, PA. Training sessions have included Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems Training and Kidde WHDR and IND Technician Training. Read more about it here!.

KOB Training Room


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  • Extinguishers

    Extinguishers are an important component of your businesses fire and life safety. Remember to have them properly placed where they are accessible and in proximity of a potential fire hazard, have the correct class of extinguisher for the hazard and inspected on a regular basis to insure they're ready when you need them.

    One of our largest manufacturers for fire extinguishers is Amerex. To view more details about the types of fire extinguishers we offer, please view this Amerex Product Catalogue.

    Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers

    Dry chemical extinguishers put out a fire by coating the fuel with a thin layer of dust, separating the fuel from the oxygen in the air. The powder also works to interrupt the chemical reaction of the fire, so these extinguishers are extremely effective at putting out fire.

    Here are some pictures from our Kistler O'Brien warehouse of the process our technicians go through to make sure a dry chemical extinguisher is at the proper levels before it is tagged and sent out.

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  • Class A

    Extinguishers labeled as Class A are for use on wood, paper, cloth, trash and other ordinary material fires. Class A is often combined with Class B, Class C and/or Class K to provide fire suppression for specific or multiple applications. Extinguishers with this class are often available as wet or dry types depending on application and hazard.

  • Class B

    Extinguishers labeled as Class B are for use on gas, oil, paint and other flammable liquid fires. Class B is often combined with Class A, Class C and/or Class K to provide fire suppression for specific or multiple applications. Extinguishers with this class are often available as wet or dry types depending on application and hazard.

  • Class C

    Extinguishers labeled as Class C are for use on live electrical equipment fires without danger to the extinguisher operator. Class C is often combined with Class A and Class B to provide fire suppression for specific or multiple applications. Extinguishers with this class are often available as dry type and can be application specific.

  • Class D

    Extinguishers labeled as Class D are for use on combustible metals and metal alloy fires. This is a special application extinguisher purpose built for industry where combustible metals is a hazard. Extinguishers with this class are often dry type with added suppression agents that are application and hazard dependent.

  • Class K

    Extinguishers labeled as Class K are for use on cooking media such as vegetable and animal oils and fats. Class K is often combined with Class A and Class B for optimal restaurant kitchen fire suppression. Extinguishers with this class are often available as wet or dry types depending on application and hazard.