• FYRE OUT
    FYRE-OUT!

    See STOP-FYRE in action

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    MULTI-SHOT

    You can fight multiple fires with the same unit

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    NO MESS

    Saves you from a dry chemical clean up hassle

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  • Seeks Out Fire
    SEEKS OUT FIRE

    You can easily put out obstructed fires

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  • Maintenance Free
    MAINTENANCE FREE

    Ready to use when you need it most

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  • “Used on a round baler – the bearing got hot and we put it out. Shot 1/2 to 1/3 of a STOP-FYRE and it was out. It worked!”

    T. Boise, Morristown, MN
  • “We turned the grill on and grease on it caught fire. We kept the lid shut and it smoldered hot. STOP-FYRE helped!”

    Ag Horizon, Gothenburg, NE
  • “AKE

    We had our 600 quad-track pulling a manure applicator down the highway from one job to another in the middle of the night, when the cornstalks from the field and the friction and heat of the tracks started on fire. We were able to stop and put the fire out with one extinguisher, but when we started to try to clean the ash and stalks out of the rubber track, it started back up, and we used a half of another extinguisher. We were thankful they worked.

    Thanks for a great extinguisher!”

    M. Fehr, West Bend, IA
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