Do you own a Kidde fire extinguisher manufactured between 1973 and 2017? If so, it may be faulty. This article shows you what models and what to do.
When choosing the best extinguisher for fire safety protection, there are multiple considerations. Will it work? Is it effective? Will it be able to put out a fire? However, not many people think about what’s inside their fire extinguisher. Most dry chemical fire extinguishers contain ammonium phosphate, an agent that highly irritates the eyes
Press Release – For Immediate Release Faulty Components Force Kidde to Recall 31 Models of Fire Extinguishers Rochester, MN (AKE Safety Equipment), February 13, 2015 – Reports of dozens of their fire extinguishers failing to operate has forced Kidde (http://www.kidde.com/) to recall nearly 5 million disposable fire extinguishers because they may not discharge properly,