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Fire Blanket 1m x 1m

Fire Blanket 1m x 1m

Jactone

Compact & practical fire blanket, One piece holder, 2 ply construction. Approved by fire brigades to BS EN 1869.

Code: 674606000

Jactone

£10.65 Each (ex. VAT)

£12.78 inc. VAT
Size 1m x 1m, Colour Red
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Fire Blanket 1m x 1m

1.0 x 1.0m Basic Fire Blanket. The essential performance requirement of a fire blanket is to extinguish a cooking oil fire (as detailed in BS EN 1869:1997). Therefore the blanket must: Be flexible, with good draping qualities, to eliminate oxygen from the burning oil. Allow the oil to cool gradually to below it's self-ignition temperature and not re-ignite when the blanket is removed after 17 minutes. Control the cooling process New 2-ply material with two layers of woven glass-fibre fabric. Kitemark certified to BS EN 1869:1997. Suitable for use in variety of environments including: Kitchens, factories, offices, caravans, schools, hotels, restaurants, boats, shops and nursing homes.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer JACTONE
Manufacturer Code JCS07R1010

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