There is nothing more important than keeping your fire fighting equipment in tip-top condition. Your life could depend on it!

Can you imagine, after having made the wise investment of equipping your home, office or factory with extinguishers, you find they fail you at the explosive moment they are needed? Disaster!!! Your equipment must be regularly checked and serviced!

Fire extinguishers are categorized alphabetically based on their agent or combination of agents. Class “A” is often filled with water, while others use various powdered chemicals. Each particular agent dictates the method of recharge, so know the types of fire extinguishers you have on hand by checking their labels.

All building and homeowners should know how to recharge fire extinguishers immediately after their use, and as part of a regular maintenance duty, in order to keep their dwelling safe with extinguishers that function properly.

Whether it’s your all type of extinguishers must be checked on a Monthly basis by a trained and authorised inspector. And emergency exit lights, hose reels, fire hydrant, fire protection, fire sprinkler, fire detection & alarm or all fire fighting equipment and fixtures must be checked on a Quarterly basis by a trained and authorised inspector.

Yet another statutory requirement is that both ABC Dry Powder, Co2, water and foam extinguishers must be discharged and recharged every 12 months. Again, we fulfil that task for you.

Yet another statutory requirement is that both ABC Dry Powder, Co2, water and foam extinguishers must be discharged and recharged every 12 months. Again, we fulfil that task for you.

If an extinguisher has been discharged, partially or otherwise through leakage or operational usage, it must be recharged. Electron Services (Pvt.) Ltd can professionally provide that seriously critical procedure. When your unit is taken away for its recharge, you’ll be left with a replacement unit.

Whether you do it yourself or hire someone who knows how to recharge fire extinguishers, check that the pressure gauge reads properly when recharging is complete. The extinguisher will be refilled with the agent to a certain level and the remaining air inside will be pressurized. Make sure that the gauge reads around 100 to 175 psi, or extends in the specifically indicated zone (often a green zone for readiness).

Don’t worry. When you become an Electron Services (Pvt.) Ltd customer, we’ll keep track of the dates, advise you when we need to visit, and then we’ll take care of it all for you.