Introducing the Fire Safety Stick
The totally new FIRE EXTINGUISHER that every home, car, boat, caravan, motorhome and even toolkit should have!
• Works on ALL major Fire Classes
• Lasts far LONGER to fight the Fire
• Leaves NO damaging mess or residue
• Small & Light
• Safe & Easy to use
• No servicing or maintenance
• 15 year shelf life
From just 215g, it’s the world’s lightest!
No damaging mess or residue
Traditional extinguishers often create more damage than the fire
Longer discharge times
Min discharge time is 50 seconds in comparison to a 1kg traditional powder extinguisher that is just 7 seconds
3 X the shelf-life and No maintenance required
Traditional extinguishers last 5 years max and must be serviced
All major classes of Fire
Even kitchen fires. No dangerous gambling if you have the right type
CE UKCA & RINA Certified
Plus fully tested and certified for all major classes of fire. And many international certifications.
Leave it to fight the fire while you escape
Or use it directly to aid your escape
Drop it, pierce it, it will still work! And no accidentally setting it off!
Totally harmless to humans & animals
Safe to breathe, even in confined areas
No harmful by-products
Easy to recycle
Can be domestically recycled. Traditional extinguishers must be professionally removed.
Watch this Information Video to understand more and answer the queries you might have about the Fire Safety Stick.
Its already saved many including fires in the home (kitchen and chimney fires), plus also in many cars, vans, motorhomes, caravans and boats. It’s many successes mean it’s now been carried in the vehicles of the emergency services! And even used in Formula One!
Click on the image below to find out more information about why the Fire Safety Stick is ideal for…
Shown around the world – Now available in the UK for the first time!
All Round Fire Protection
The Fire Safety Stick – fire extinguishing device, is a simple and easy way to ensure that you are prepared in the event of a fire in your home, vehicle, caravan or boat.
It weighs far less than a conventional fire extinguisher and yet can operate for much longer. And best of all, there is NO damaging, harmful, residue left behind after use.
Environmentally friendly and can safely be stored for easy access in an emergency. The Fire Safety Stick will help you contain a fire, preventing it from threatening life or property. In fact, for enclosed fires (eg. within a caravan) you can activate the Fire Safety Stick, and leave it inside to repress the fire, as you get out to safety and your family get out to safety, closing the door behind you.
Unlike any other conventional extinguishers, it needs no servicing or refilling, plus lasts much longer typically with at least triple the life span! No danger from pressurised containers which can explode or malfunction. Store the Fire Safety Stick in an easily accessible place. Strike the activator and point the nozzle at the base of the flames to smother the fire at its core. It’s so easy, a child could do it!
Please do remember this, ALL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS are intended to deal with fires at the very early stages and to aid escape. Once a fire gets too big, then its a case of escaping and do not try to fight the fire (But do remember to leave the activated Fire Safety Stick to repress the fire and close the door behind you)
Suitable for more fire types than other conventional extinguishers:
Solid Materials: Plastic, Wood, Paper, Textiles
Flammable Liquids: Petrol, Diesel, Oil, Paraffin
Flammable Gases: Methane, Propane, Butane
Electrical Fires: TVs, Computers, “White-Goods”
Cooking Oils & Fats: eg. In the kitchen – frying
Here are just some examples of the types of fires that may happen to you, that the Fire Safety Stick can extinguish.
Agriculture machinery fires
Aircraft cockpit fires
Boat engine fires
Burning clothing and fabrics
Car engine fires
Christmas light decorations fires
Commercial vehicle fires
Deep pan frier fires
Domestic appliance fires
Electric radiator fires
Electrical charger fires
Extension cable fires
Fibre glass fires
Frying pan fires
Gas barbeque fires
Gas bottle fires
Gas powered fridge fires
Grill pan fires
Horse box or trailer fires
Kitchen oil fires
Log burner stove fires
Motorsport vehicle fires
Plant machinery fires
Tumble drier fires
Vehicle ancillary electrical fires
Washing machine fires
Waste bin fires
Workshop machinery fires