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Tech Tips # 21

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Tech Tips # 22

Description HISTORY: Amerex Corporation has produced dry chemical agents since 1973, both for installation in new fire extinguishers and various sizes of packaged recharges. In those 24 years, there has not been a reported incident of chemical toxicity in chemical production, fire extinguisher manufacturing, testing or training. Because the various dry chemicals are composed of [...]

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Tech Tips # 23

Description Tech Tip No. 22 dealt with dry chemical toxicity. We receive a fair number of calls requesting information on dry chemical disposal so we are passing on the benefits of our experience. All Amerex fire extinguishing dry chemicals are mixtures of chemicals, not subject to the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA). Disposal should be [...]

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Tech Tips # 24

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Tech Tips # 25

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Tech Tips # 26

Description CGA ADVISORY CARBON DIOXIDE EXTINGUISHER CYLINDERS

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Tech Tips # 27

Description All Halon 1211 extinguishers, for toxicity reasons, had a minimum room volume size noted on the “Warning” portion of their nameplates (labels). Halotron 1 extinguishers have similar warnings on their nameplates. Halotron I extinguishers should not be used in a confined space of less than: (see Halotron Minimum Volume). For comparison, room volume for [...]

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Tech Tips # 28

This Tech Tip is coverd by NFPA 10, or manual or is no longer an issue.

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Tech Tips # 29

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Tech Tips # 30

Description 5 LB. CO2 HORN AND ELBOW EXAMINATION DURING ANNUAL MAINTENANCE  

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Amerex Corporation
7595 Gadsden Highway
Trussville, AL 35173
205.655.3271 p
800.654.5980 f