|Product Name:||Fire Extinguisher Cover||Material:||PVC Covers In Red With A Clear View Panel|
|Size:||2kg, 6kg, 9kg||Color:||Red|
|Package:||Carton Box||Application:||Ideal Protection In A Harsh Environment|
UV Resistance Fire Extinguisher Protection Cover,
Window Fire Extinguisher Cover 2kg,
Velcro Fire Extinguisher Pvc Covers
UV Resistance Large Red Fire Extinguisher Cover With Window
Jiangnan Fire Extinguisher Covers are made of reinforced vinyl with hook-and-loop closures and clearly labeled with large, black imprint and black trim. Fire extinguisher covers are made of sturdy, waterproof material, sometimes called protective bags, and play an important, if underappreciated, role in keeping fire extinguishers in combat condition. While they don't provide the same level of protection as fire extinguisher cabinets, covers help those responsible for a building's fire protection system comply with local regulations and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.
Available in 2 sizes:
Fits up to 4kg extinguisher (Width 44cm, Height 52cm)
Fits up to 9kg extinguisher (Width 44cm, Height 65cm)
Fire extinguisher covers often consist of fabric reinforced with durable, weather-resistant material. Vinyl—often in the form of polyvinyl chloride (PVC)—or other plastics can help fire extinguisher covers resist tearing, damage from sunlight, and other elements that reduce the extinguisher’s lifespan.
4. Normal Size Selection:
5. Fire Extinguisher Cover Materials;
|PVC Materials with UV Resistance|
|Heavy Duty Flame Retardant PVC Material|
6. Why do you need to choose High-Quality Fire Extinguisher?
Slowing Down Corrosion
Acid rain causes container corrosion. Over time, rust may weaken fire extinguishers exposed to moisture, humidity, or weather, making scenarios like these more likely. Plastic or vinyl covers can reduce can limit a fire extinguisher’s exposure to outdoor sources of moisture, preserving the metal canister.
UV radiation can degrade materials found on fire extinguishers. Some rubbers and other synthetic materials, including plastics, may lose strength or flexibility when exposed to too much sunlight.
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