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<ul><li><p>Hand HeldExtinguishers</p><p>Foam Concentrates &amp; Hardware</p><p>Restaurant Fire Suppression Systems</p><p>Wheeled &amp; SpecialtyFire Extinguishers</p><p>Product Catalog</p><p>Your Source for World Class Fire Protection Equipment</p></li><li><p>Hand Held Fire Extinguishers | Page 4-12</p><p>ABC Dry Chemical | Page 5</p><p>Standard Dry Chemical | Page 6</p><p>Purple K Dry Chemical | Page 7</p><p>Halotron | Page 8</p><p>Carbon Dioxide | Page 9</p><p>Water &amp; Water Mist | Page 10</p><p>Wet Chemical - Class K | Page 11</p><p>Dry Powder - Class D | Page 12</p><p>Automatic Spot Protection Fire Extinguishers | Page 13-14</p><p>Vertical Mini-Guards | Page 13</p><p>Horizontal Mini-Guards | Page 14</p><p>Wheeled Fire Extinguishers | Page 15-19</p><p>Wheeled Halotron | Page 15</p><p>Wheeled Dry Chemical | Page 16-18</p><p>Wheeled Carbon Dioxide | Page 19</p><p>Restaurant Fire Suppression Systems | Page 20-21</p><p>Foam Concentrates &amp; Hardware | Page 22-23</p><p>Recharge Agents | Page 24</p><p>Mounting Hardware | Page 25-26</p><p>Wall Hooks | Page 25</p><p>Marine/Vehicle Brackets | Page 26</p><p>1</p><p>Hand Held, Wheeled &amp; Specialty Fire Extinguishers</p><p>Foam Concentrates &amp; Hardware </p><p>Restaurant Fire Suppression Systems</p></li><li><p>2American Made Since 1968</p><p>For over four decades Buckeye Fire</p><p>Equipment has been an international</p><p>leader in the development and</p><p>manufacture of reliable fire protection</p><p>products.</p><p>A privately owned and operated company</p><p>with its headquarters near Charlotte, NC,</p><p>Buckeye Fire Equipment has earned an</p><p>excellent reputation for quality, reliability</p><p>and value within the commercial and</p><p>industrial fire protection industry.</p><p>We offer a complete line of handheld and</p><p>wheeled fire extinguishers, extinguishing</p><p>agents, fire suppressing foam concentrates</p><p>&amp; hardware and pre-engineered kitchen</p><p>suppression systems.</p><p>To ensure our distributors and customers</p><p>get the highest quality fire protection</p><p>equipment, all of our products undergo</p><p>rigorous testing, both in-house and by</p><p>third party testing organizations such as</p><p>Underwriters Laboratories, U.L. Canada,</p><p>Factory Mutual, ASME and the U.S.</p><p>Government.</p><p>We are committed to helpful and responsive</p><p>customer service and knowledgeable</p><p>and dependable technical support. This</p><p>commitment has earned Buckeye Fire</p><p>Equipment the coveted ISO 9001-2008</p><p>Quality Certification.</p><p>Contact us for more information about the</p><p>wide selection of Buckeye Fire Equipment</p><p>Company products and services. We have</p><p>trained personnel who are ready to assist</p><p>you with your fire protection needs.</p><p>Selection Guide</p><p>To provide the best protection of life and property from fire, it is critical that the proper</p><p>extinguisher selection be made. The classification and rating of an extinguisher are</p><p>vital pieces of information for making this selection.</p><p>The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has established the requirements for</p><p>the number, size, placement, performance and maintenance of</p><p>portable fire extinguishers. These requirements are contained in NFPA 10, Standard </p><p>for Portable Fire Extinguishers.</p><p>Within this standard it is stated that the selection of fire extinguishers for a given</p><p>situation is determined by the following:</p><p> the character and size of the fires anticipated to be encountered. </p><p> the construction and occupancy of the property to be protected. </p><p> the ambient temperature of the area where the extinguisher will be located.</p><p> other factors that may dictate the selection of a particular type of extinguisher.</p><p>Fire Classifications</p><p>Generally fire extinguishers are selected based on the hazard(s) they are intended to</p><p>protect. Classifications have been established to categorize these hazards as follows:</p><p>Class A: Fires involving ordinary combustible materials such as wood,cloth, paper, rubber and many plastics.</p><p>Class B: Fires involving flammable liquids, combustible liquids, petroleumgrease, tars, oils, oil based paints, solvents, lacquers, alcohols, and flammablegases.</p><p>Class C: Fires that involve energized electrical equipment.</p><p>Class D: Fires involving combustible metals such as magnesium,sodium, potassium and titanium.</p><p>Class K: Fires involving combustible cooking media such as vegetableoils, animal oils and fats.</p></li><li><p>Occupancy Hazards</p><p>The NFPA classifies occupancies as eitherLow, Moderate or High Hazard.</p><p>Low hazard occupancies arelocations where the total amount ofClass A combustible materials and ClassB flammables, including furnishings,decorations, and contents, is of minorquantity. This can include some buildingsor rooms occupied as offices, classrooms,churches, assembly halls, guest roomareas of hotels/motels.</p><p>Moderate hazard occupancies are locationswhere the total amount of Class Acombustibles and Class B flammablesare present in greater amounts thanexpected under low hazard occupancies.</p><p>These occupancies could consist ofdining areas, mercantile shops and alliedstorage, light manufacturing, researchoperations, auto showrooms, parkinggarages and workshops.</p><p>High hazard occupancies arelocations where the total amount of ClassA combustibles and Class B flammablespresent, in storage, production, use,finished product, or combination thereof,is over and above those expected inoccupancies classed as moderate hazard.</p><p>These occupancies could consist ofwoodworking; vehicle repair; aircraft and</p><p>boat servicing; cooking areas; individualproduct display showrooms; productconvention center displays; and storageand manufacturing processes such aspainting, dipping, and coating, includingflammable liquid handling.</p><p>Note: If the lower B rating is installed then themaximum travel distance to the extinguisher isreduced from 50 to 30 feet.</p><p>To determine the overall A rating necessaryfor protection of an occupancy, divide thetotal sq. ft. by the Unit of A in the abovetable. For example if a low occupancybuilding has a total sq. ft. of 30,000.Divide 30,000 x 3000 (Unit of A) = 10.</p><p>Therefore in this example the buildingwould require a minimum of five 2-Arated extinguishers.</p><p>Placement/Accessibility Of Extinguisher</p><p>Occupancies Min. Rating Unit of A</p><p>Low 2-A:5/10-B 3000</p><p>Moderate 2-A:10/20-B 1500</p><p>High 4-A:40/80-B 1000</p><p>Fire Classification</p><p>Maximum TravelDistance To Fire</p><p>Extinguisher</p><p>Class A</p><p>75 FeetMaximum</p><p>area that oneextinguishercan protect</p><p>and meet the75 ft. rule =</p><p>11,250 sq. ft..</p><p>Class B</p><p>50 FeetMaximum</p><p>area that oneextinguishercan protect</p><p>and meet the50 ft. rule =5,000 sq. ft..</p><p>Class C</p><p>In accordancewith the ClassA or B hazard</p><p>it is protecting</p><p>Class D</p><p>75 Feet</p><p>Class K</p><p>30 FeetMaximum</p><p>area that oneextinguishercan protect</p><p>and meet the30 ft. rule =1,800 sq. ft.</p><p>3</p><p>Fire Ratings</p><p>Along with the classification, the numericalrating of an extinguisher is an importantfactor in the proper selection of anextinguisher. The rating is a measure ofthe extinguishing potential of the fireextinguisher and is developed on thebasis of comparative fire tests.</p><p>Only Class A and Class B classificationscarry numerical ratings. Basically thehigher the number associated with theclassification letter, the larger the fire the extinguisher has the potential toextinguish.</p><p>Class A fire tests involve two types offire, a wood crib fire test and a woodpanel fire test. For example to achieve a 3-A rating an extinguisher mustsuccessfully extinguish a burning woodcrib measuring 29 x 29 x 27 and awood panel measuring 12 x 12.</p><p>Class B fire tests involve square panscontaining flammable liquid.</p><p>For example to achieve a 40-B rating anextinguisher must successfully extinguisha burning pan measuring 100 sq. ft.</p><p>There are no numerical ratings associatedwith Class C, D or K.</p><p>For Class C, the electrical nonconductingcharacteristics of the agent are verified,not its extinguishing potential.</p><p>For Class D, only the amount of agentand application method needed tocontrol a metal fire of a certain size andtype is tested.</p><p>For Class K, the extinguisher mustextinguish 80 lbs. of burning cooking oil in a commercial deep fat fryer andcause no splashing of flaming oil outsidethe fryer.</p><p>This ABC extinguisher is rated3-A:40-B:C. The 3 and the 40indicate the extinguishingpotential for Class A and ClassB fires respectively. The Cindicates that the agent willnot conduct electricity. Thisunit exceeds the minimumrating for Low and Moderateoccupancy requirements.</p></li><li><p>4Company Goal</p><p>Our goal is to provide our customers with quality fire extinguishers at a great value.</p><p>In pursuit of this, we are proud to say that we manufacture all our products in the</p><p>U.S.A. We mill and blend our own dry chemical agents, machine the component parts,</p><p>assemble and then test our units to the highest quality standards.</p><p>Key Features Of Buckeye Fire Extinguishers</p><p> Manufactured to meet UL/ULCs rigorous standards for commercial hazardprotection and backed by our manufacturers warranty.</p><p> Dry Chemical and Halotron extinguisher cylinders are constructed out of deep drawn andironed carbon steel. Carbon Dioxide cylinders are constructed out of 6061 TG aluminum.</p><p> Rechargeable.</p><p> Anodized aluminum or plated brass valve assemblies for superior strength andcorrosion resistance.</p><p> The extinguisher nameplate incorporates trilingual operating and maintenanceinstructions, English, Spanish and French.</p><p> Color-coded gauges show operating status at-a-glance.</p><p> Extinguishers have model and serial number bar coding for easy and accuratemaintenance history.</p><p> Metal pull pins, vehicle brackets and wall hooks for extended unit service life.</p><p>Third Party Approvals For Peace Of Mind</p><p>DOTCompliant</p><p>USCGApproved</p></li><li><p>Canadian Part Numbers are shown in parentheses. V/B = Vehicle Bracket Included.</p><p>5</p><p>ABC Dry Chemical</p><p>ABC Dry Chemical is a multipurpose</p><p>extinguishing agent that is suitable for</p><p>use on Class A, Class B and Class C fires.</p><p>Typical Uses: For public areas such as</p><p>offices, classrooms, churches, parking</p><p>garages, and hotel/motel assembly halls</p><p>and guest areas. For businesses such as</p><p>retail stores, light manufacturing facilities,</p><p>research facilities, auto dealerships, vehicle/</p><p>aircraft/marine service centers, and</p><p>manufacturing processes such as painting,</p><p>dipping, and coating.</p><p>Not recommended for use on sensitive</p><p>electronic equipment or aircraft structure.</p><p>Model 2.5 ABC V/B 5 ABC 5 ABC V/B 10 TALL ABC 10S ABC 20S ABC 30S ABC</p><p>Pt. # Alum. Valve 13315 (13390) 10914 (10990) 25614 (25690) 11340 (11390) 11310 (11320) 12120 (12195) N/A</p><p>Pt. # Brass Valve N/A 10915 (10995) 25615 (25695) 11341 (11349) N/A 12121 (12196) 12905 (12915)</p><p>Agent Capacity 2.5 lb. (1.13 kg) 5 lb. (2.27 kg) 5 lb. (2.27 kg) 10 lb. (4.54 kg) 10 lb. (4.54 kg) 20 lb. (9.07 kg) 30 lb. (13.6 kg)</p><p>UL/ULC Rating 1-A:10-B:C 3-A:40-B:C 3-A:40-B:C 4-A:80-B:C 4-A:60-B:C 10-A:120-B:C 10-A:160-B:C</p><p>Temperature Range -65 to 120F (-54 to 49C)</p><p>Discharge Time 9 sec 14 sec 14 sec 22 sec 18 sec 27 sec 32 sec</p><p>Discharge Range ft (m) 9-15 (2.7-4.6) 12-18 (3.7-5.5) 12-18 (3.7-5.5) 15-21 (4.6-6.4) 15-21 (4.6-6.4) 15-21 (4.6-6.4) 25-30 (7.6-9.1)</p><p>Operating Pressure 100 psi (689 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa)</p><p>Mounting Type Vehicle Wall Vehicle Wall Wall Wall Wall</p><p>USCG Approval Type B:C Size I Type A Size II Type A Size II Type A Size II Type A Size II Type A Size II Type A Size IIType B:C Size I Type B:C Size I Type B:C Size II Type B:C Size II Type B:C Size III Type B:C Size IV</p><p>Ship Weight 5.5 lb. (2.5 kg) 10 lb. (4.5 kg) 10.25 lb. (4.7 kg) 18.25 lb. (8.3 kg) 18.75 lb. (8.6 kg) 33.5 lb. (15.2 kg) 52.25 lb. (23.7 kg)</p><p>Unit Height 14.75 in (37.5 cm) 16.375 in (41.6 cm) 16.375 in (41.6 cm) 21 in (53.3 cm) 16.75 in (42.5 cm) 21.25 in (53.8 cm) 27.375 in (69.4 cm)</p><p>Unit Width 4.875 in (12.4 cm) 7.25 in (18.4 cm) 7.25 in (18.4 cm) 7.75 in (19.7 cm) 8.25 in (21 cm) 8.75 in (22.2 cm) 8.75 in (22.2 cm)</p><p>Unit Diameter 3.375 in (8.6 cm) 4.25 in (10.8 cm) 4.25 in (10.8 cm) 5.125 in (13 cm) 6 in (15.2 cm) 7.5 in (19.1 cm) 7.5 in (19.1 cm)</p><p>Third Party Approvals For Peace Of Mind</p><p>DOTCompliant</p><p>USCGApproved</p></li><li><p>6Standard Dry Chemical</p><p>Standard (BC) Dry Chemical is a sodiumbicarbonate based extinguishing agentthat is suitable for use on Class B andClass C fires.</p><p>Typical Uses: For flammable liquidhazards in public areas such as offices,classrooms, churches, parking garages,and hotel/motel assembly halls andguest areas. For flammable liquidhazards in businesses such as retailstores, light manufacturing facilities,research facilities, auto dealerships,vehicle/aircraft/marine service centers,and manufacturing processes such aspainting, dipping, and coating.</p><p>Not recommended for use on sensitiveelectronic equipment.</p><p>Canadian Part Numbers are shown in parentheses. V/B = Vehicle Bracket Included.</p><p>Model 2.5 STD V/B 5.5 STD 5.5 STD V/B 10 STD 20S STD</p><p>Pt. # Alum. Valve 13415 (13490) 11014 (11090) 13514 (13581) 11840 (11890) 12220 (12290)</p><p>Agent Capacity 2.5 lb. (1.13 kg) 5.5 lb. (2.5 kg) 5.5 lb. (2.5 kg) 10 lb. (4.54 kg) 20 lb. (9.07 kg)</p><p>UL/ULC Rating 10-B:C 40-B:C 40-B:C 40-B:C 120-B:C</p><p>Temperature Range -65 to 120F (-54 to 49C)</p><p>Discharge Time 9 sec 14 sec 14 sec 14 sec 28 sec</p><p>Discharge Range ft (m) 9-15 (2.7-4.6) 12-18 (3.7-5.5) 12-18 (3.7-5.5) 15-21 (4.6-6.4) 15-21 (4.6-6.4)</p><p>Operating Pressure 100 psi (689 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa)</p><p>Mounting Type Vehicle Wall Vehicle Wall Wall</p><p>USCG Approval Type B:C Size I Type B:C Size I Type B:C Size I Type B:C Size II Type B:C Size III</p><p>Ship Weight 5.5 lb. (2.5 kg) 10.5 lb. (4.8 kg) 10.75 lb. (4.9 kg) 18.25 lb. (8.3 kg) 33.5 lb. (15.2 kg)</p><p>Unit Height 14.75 in (37.5 cm) 16.375 in (41.6 cm) 16.375 in (41.6 cm) 21 in (53.3 cm) 21.25 in (53.8 cm)</p><p>Unit Width 4.875 in (12.4 cm) 7.25 in (18.4 cm) 7.25 in (18.4 cm) 7.75 in (19.7 cm) 8.75 in (22.2 cm)</p><p>Unit Diameter 3.375 in (8.6 cm) 4.25 in (10.8 cm) 4.25 in (10.8 cm) 5.125 in (13 cm) 7.5 in (19.1 cm)</p><p>Third Party Approvals For Peace Of Mind</p><p>DOTCompliant</p><p>USCGApproved</p></li><li><p>Purple K Dry Chemical</p><p>Purple K Dry Chemical is a high performanceextinguishing agent most effective fordealing with flammable liquid fires.Purple K is suitable for use on Class Band Class C fires.</p><p>Typical Uses: For flammable liquid hazardsin public areas such as offices, classrooms,churches, parking garages, and hotel/motel assembly halls and guest areas. Forflammable liquid hazards in businessessuch as retail stores, light manufacturingfacilities, research facilities, auto dealerships,vehicle/aircraft/marine service centers,and manufacturing processes such aspainting, dipping, and coating.</p><p>Not recommended for use on sensitiveelectronic equipment.</p><p>Canadian Part Numbers are shown in parentheses. V/B = Vehicle Bracket Included.</p><p>7</p><p>Model 2.5 PK V/B 5 PK 5 PK V/B 10 PK 20S PK 30S PK</p><p>Pt. # Alum. Valve 13515 (13590) 11214 (11290) 25914 (25915) 11740 (11790) 12620 (12690) N/A</p><p>Pt. # Brass Valve N/A N/A N/A N/A 12621 (12691) 12805 (12815)</p><p>Agent Capacity 2.5 lb. (1.13 kg) 5 lb. (2.27 kg) 5 lb. (2.27 kg) 10 lb. (4.54 kg) 20 lb. (9.07 kg) 30 lb. (13.6 kg)</p><p>UL/ULC Rating 10-B:C 20-B:C 20-B:C 80-B:C 120-B:C 160-B:C</p><p>Temperature Range -65 to 120F (-54 to 49C)</p><p>Discharge Time 9 sec 9 sec 9 sec 22 sec 27 sec 32 sec</p><p>Discharge Range ft (m) 9-15 (2.7-4.6) 12-18 (3.7-5.5) 12-18 (3.7-5.5) 15-21 (4.6-6.4) 15-21 (4.6-6.4) 25-30 (7.6-9.1)</p><p>Operating Pressure 100 psi (689 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kPa) 195 psi (1344 kP...</p></li></ul>