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Fire blanket in Nairobi Kenya (1.2m by 1.2m)

Fire blanket in Nairobi Kenya (1.2m by 1.2m)

Dandy Solutions LTD is the leading wholesale supplier of 1.2 m by 1.2 m fire blankets in Nairobi Kenya. A fire blanket is a highly flame-resistant blanket that can be used to extinguish a small fire or to wrap around a person in case of a fire. Fire blankets are made from 2 layers of woven glass fibre fabric and an inner layer of fire retardant film. They work by cutting off the oxygen supply to the fire. Fire Blankets are designed for smothering and extinguishing fires in homes, kitchens, schools, hospitals, laboratories, offices and factories.

Description

Fire blanket in Nairobi Kenya

Dandy Solutions LTD is the leading wholesale supplier of 1.2 m by 1.2 m fire blankets in Nairobi Kenya. A fire blanket is a highly flame-resistant blanket that can be used to extinguish a small fire or to wrap around a person in case of a fire. Fire blankets are made from 2 layers of woven glass fibre fabric and an inner layer of fire retardant film. They work by cutting off the oxygen supply to the fire. Fire Blankets are designed for smothering and extinguishing fires in homes, kitchens, schools, hospitals, laboratories, offices and factories.

Fire blankets are made from 2 layers of woven glass fibre fabric and an inner layer of fire retardant film. Fire Blankets are a simple but effective instant response tool designed for smothering and extinguishing fires in homes, kitchens, schools, hospitals, laboratories, offices and factories. Fire blankets’ versatility and ease of use make them one of the most cost-effective fire safety devices available

Fire blankets in Nairobi Kenya come in the following sizes:

1.2m by 1.2m fire blanket in Nairobi Kenya

1.8m by 1.8m fire blanket in Nairobi Kenya

 

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Features

What are the features of fire blankets?

  1. Highly flame-resistant
  2. Made from 2 layers of woven glass fibre fabric and an inner layer of fire retardant film
  3. Work by cutting off the oxygen supply to the fire

Applications

What are the application areas of fire blankets?

They are designed for smothering and extinguishing fires in

  1. Homes
  2. Kitchens
  3. Schools
  4. Hospitals
  5. Laboratories
  6. Offices
  7. Factories

How it works

How does a fire blanket work?

A fire blanket is a simple and essential fire extinguishing device manufactured in flame proof materials, typically glass wool. Fire blankets provide additional fire safety to your fire extinguishers mainly in a kitchen or catering environment. Commonly used to extinguish small contained fires such as chip pan fires in a kitchen, paper fires in the office, barbeques and engine compartment fires. The larger sizes can also be used as a body wrap, ideal for children and young adults.

Once a fire blanket is released from its container, it is opened to its full size and placed over the fire to smother the flames. Our fire blankets are designed for quick release and deployment and ideally should be sited in view for emergency access, close to the area of fire risk. In the home where wall hanging may be obtrusive the blanket can be hung on the inside of a kitchen cupboard door close to the cooking area.

Once deployed over the fire, leave for several minutes until all signs of fire have disappeared.  Normally fire blankets are not reusable if the outer sleeve is damaged by the fire allowing the ingress of oxygen.

How to use

How To Use A Fire Blanket

  1. Remove the fire blanket from its envelope by grasping the two protruding tags and pulling down.
  2. Grasp one tab in each hand near the blanket, and rotate your hands inwards so that they are protected by the blanket.
  3. Hold arms out toward the fire.
  4. Move slowly and carefully towards the fire. The blanket will protect you from the heat and flame. Do not look over the top of the blanket at the fire.
  5. Let the bottom of the fire blanket touch the side of the bench top or the container. Still moving your arms forward, slowly and carefully lower the blanket over the top of the container. Do not attempt to throw the blanket over the fire.
  6. Place a saucepan lid, a metal tray or other flat solid object on top of the fire blanket over the mouth of the container and leave it on the stove.
  7. Turn off the heat source.