Use for Class D Fires. What type of fires can be extinguished with a MET-L-X powder extinguisher? Class D fires only involving combustible metals – magnesium, sodium (spills and in depth), potassium, sodium-potassium alloys uranium, and powdered aluminum.
Is a Class D fire extinguisher is used for extinguishing grease fires?
Class D extinguishers, geared to flammable metals, are found in labs and industrial settings. K extinguishers are for large grease and oil fires, usually in commercial or institutional kitchens. An extinguisher labeled for Class B or Class K is suitable for grease or oil fires.
What Colour is a Class D fire extinguisher?
From guidance published in December 2020 by FIA (Fire Industry Association) it states: “The major change is the colour‐code for class D Powder extinguishers (for metal fires) is changing from Blue to Signal Violet.
Which extinguisher is most appropriate for a Class C fire?
Powder extinguishers are a good multi-purpose fire extinguisher because they can be used on Class A, B and C fires.
Do you need class K fire extinguisher?
Class K fires are most likely to start in commercial kitchens, including restaurants but also office cafeterias, food trucks, bakeries, and other food businesses. These businesses should be equipped with Class K fire extinguishers as part of a complete fire protection plan.