FireDot.com is an authorized distributor of all Badger products.
Badger offers a complete line of fire extinguishers for every type of fire. These
products represent the best in fire fighting equipment and are the result of a long
company tradition of service, experience and quality. This selection guide has been
developed to make it easy for you to choose the correct type and size of fire
extinguisher. There can be no shortcuts when it comes to extinguishing fires and nothing
gets to a fire faster than a Badger.
Our research and development teams are dedicated to providing you with the best in fire
fighting equipment to meet your specific needs. As a result, this fire extinguisher
selection guide is designed to give you all the information you may need to make an
informed decision. For more detailed information or reference material on any specific
product, please call FireDot.com at (800) 452-1540.
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A warranty you can count on
Badger Fire Extinguishers are the best you can buy. They are
well made, long lasting and easily maintained. If your fire extinguisher has not been
previously discharged and has not been misused, damaged after purchase, or improperly
maintained, Badger Fire Protection Systems will replace your extinguisher if it is found
to be defective within six years after date of manufacture shown on the extinguisher
Approvals and Listings
All Badger fire extinguishers comply with local codes and are approved or
listed by: NFPA - National Fire Protection Association UL - Underwriters Laboratories,
Inc. DOT - Department of Transportation OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Admin. USCG
- United States Coast Guard ULC - Underwriters Laboratories of Canada, Inc.
Choosing the right fire extinguisher
It is natural to use the extinguisher located nearest to a fire, making it
essential that the correct type and size be placed close to a potential hazard. Make sure
you select the right fire extinguisher to do the job.
Types of fires
combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth, rubber, trash and most plastics. May occur in
homes, office buildings, or business.
liquids such as gasoline, kerosene, oil, grease, solvents and gases. Commonly strikes in
kitchens, garages, light manufacturing plants and warehouses.
electrical equipment. Often occurs in computers, motors, wiring, and appliances; requires
a non-conductive extinguishing agent.