Introducing the Fire Safety Stick

The totally new FIRE EXTINGUISHER that every motorhome, caravan, home, car and even toolkit should have!

How does the Fire Safety Stick it work? ( The Detailed)

The Fire Safety Stick (FSS) is a manual, portable fire extinguishing device. It uses a Potassium powder jet (a unique method among conventional fire extinguishers) that employs the vaporisation of the powder in the environment followed by the condensation of its extinguishing substance. It works by interrupting a fire’s chain of reaction (the “auto-catalyst” of the fire).

Fire Safety Stick is composed of stable, solid minerals; it does not contain gas and is not pressurised. The aerosol-like jet is only produced when the charger is struck with its base. The produced aerosol jet is free of thrust and is essentially an inert salt that emits gas already present in the atmosphere.


Here’s the chemistry behind it...

This process allows the stick to extinguish all types of fires through saturation, while its slow bio-degradation in the environment, further prevents the likelihood of subsequent fires.

The extinguishing process involves two different reactions: one is physical and the other, chemical. The physical reaction relates to potassium’s tendency to oxidise rapidly in air. When in contact with air, alkaline salts consume great quantities of oxygen, thus depriving fires of oxygen. Then the chemical reaction is created through the stable link between potassium particles and the fire’s combustion particles.

Through the two reactions, a quick oxidation process takes place, immediately transforming the jet from a solid state into a gaseous state freeing the potassium particles. These atoms are able to intercept and interrupt any other free particles produced by the fire’s natural chain reaction combustion process.

Potassium has strong inhibitor qualities due to its weak ionization energies. The extinguishing agent being used is composed of Potassium Nitrate, organic oxidizer, and plasticizer resin.

When Potassium Nitrate (KNO3) discharges from the extinguisher it vaporizes in the environment followed by the condensation of its extinguishing substance. When it reacts (inside the body of the extinguisher) it breaks down and the aerosol that is formed is made up primarily of free radicals of Potassium K+, of Nitrogen N (an inert gas), and water vapour.

The aerosol that comes out of the unit reacts with the fire. Potassium radicals (K+) capture the Oxygen of the combustion thereby extinguishing it.

At the end of the extinguishing process the following is discharged to the atmosphere:

As a solid: particles of Potassium (that have reacted with the Oxygen of the fire) having a size between 3-4 microns. These particles are invisible at sight and heavier than air. They disperse in the atmosphere and tend to deposit on the ground in no appreciable amounts.

As a gas: As Nitrogen; an inert gas already present in the air we breathe at more or less 78%.

As water vapour (and lastly) extremely minimal toxic by-products that are a result of the combustion process.

Ideal for small cars, the kitchen, the garage, tool boxes, small caravans & campers

Ideal throughout the home, for cars, boats, large caravans & motorhomes

Perfect for large homes, boats and motorhomes

Buy your Fire Safety Stick for your caravan or motorhome today!

Have you got a fire extinguisher in your motorhome or caravan? And if you do, when was it last serviced?

Sadly very few do carry the right type of extinguisher and even when they do, they don’t get them serviced every year. Servicing each year for traditional extinguishers is crucial because without when you really need it to work it may not. Oh and just checking the gauge is not enough as these often stick giving you a false sense of security.

Fortunately, the Fire Safety Stick is ideal as its small and compact and needs no servicing or maintenance ever at all! And yet still has a proven shelf life of at least 10 years.

If you did have a fire, would you immediately know which type of extinguisher to use and importantly NOT to use? With the Fire Safety Stick that is no longer an issue because it works on all major types of fire.

Another great feature of the Fire Safety Stick is depending on the size of the fire, capacity of the stick and size of the room, you can activate the stick and instead of fighting the fire yourself, simply leave it in the room, closing the door. The Fire Safety Stick will continue to emit its active molecules and suppress the fire accordingly.

Have you seen the mess an extinguisher causes? If you have a small fire in the kitchen for example, yes a traditional extinguisher may put the fire out but it will leave such mess and residue that your worktops, other nearby appliances and decoration will be ruin. With the Fire Safety Stick though there is no residue and no further damage.

The lightweight compact nature of the stick and that everyone comes with a FREE mounting bracket, means that you can fit it to a wall or even inside a cupboard door so there is no need for a big bulky extinguisher getting in the way.

Of course, the Fire safety Stick is not just for the motorhome, RV, camper van or caravan, it’s ideal to keep close at hand in the home, car,  boat even your toolbox if you are a workman or engineer.

Fire risks around the home include:

  • Laptop and phone chargers
  • Household appliances  – portable heaters, toasters, microwaves, “white-goods”
  • Cooking with oils and fats on the hob
  • Faulty wiring
  • Electrical tools in the garage/workshop
  • Burning fabrics as a result of discarded cigarettes, candles or overheated light fittings.

Fortunately, the Fire Safety Stick can extinguish all of these types of fires providing, of course, they are dealt with swiftly. As is the case with all extinguishers once a fire reaching a certain size then no extinguisher would be able to deal with the fire and its imperative that all occupants evacuate and let the fire brigade deal with it. And of course, unlike those traditional extinguishers, Fire Safety Stick needs no servicing or maintenance – so no need to remember to book (and pay for!) it’s annual service. Plus the Fire Safety Stick has a proven shelf life of at least 10 years (we believe it will last even longer!

Now compare the fire fighting time with the Fire Safety Stick with that conventional extinguisher. Either over 25, 50 or 100 seconds with the fire Safety Stick, whereas it’s just 10-12 seconds with the heavier, bulky, messer 3.5kg extinguisher. So ask yourself, which you would rather have?

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