Keller Fire & Safety provides total system expertise to help maintain your fire extinguishers. Our experts bring together all the elements you need for servicing and maintaining your fire extinguishers and keeping your area safe and up to the current NFPA codes. While you hope you never need to use them, it’s still vital to put in the proper fire extinguishers in your building.

Different fires need totally different termination strategies depending on the fuel source. Different fire hazards found in your building, workplace, or restaurant dictates the type of fire extinguishers that are required. Our factory-trained technicians can assess the hazards and guide your decision-making process for accurate protection. 

Keller Fire and Safety has the experience to assess all five categories of fire, which include:

  • Class A: Common fires that include the combustion of wood, cloth, paper, plastic and other ordinary combustibles.
    • Fuels that leave an ASH
  • Class B: Fires caused when flammable liquids ignite.
    • Fuels that come in a BARREL
  • Class C: Electrical fires that occur when wiring or appliances overheat and cause a spark.
    • Fuel from CURRENT
  • Class D: Uncommon fires caused when shards of flammable metals (including sodium, magnesium and titanium) ignite.
    • Don’t use water; it explodes.
  • Class K: Kitchen fires that involve overheated grease and cooking oil.
    • Create a foam blanket over the grease

If you’re unsure of your fire hazards, Keller Fire and Safety can help you choose the right number and type of fire extinguishers to ensure your business is compliant.

Fire Extinguisher Inspections

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires annual professional extinguisher inspections together with monthly inspections that you can do on your own. Keller Fire and Safety provides annual fire extinguisher inspection services to many buildings throughout Eastern Kansas and Western Missouri—to find out how we can keep your fire extinguishers up to datecall us today!

Extinguisher Maintenance Software

fire extingisher bar codeKeller Fire and Safety utilizes a handheld computer barcoding software program that inventories each extinguisher on site. This program tracks and inventories every extinguisher on your site managing the accuracy of your inspection, the service dates for budget analysis, and provides a time-stamped local inventory.

Fire Extinguisher Maintenance

Fire extinguishers are pretty durable. However, you may find that your fire extinguisher has damage, leaks, or rust that can impair its ability to keep you safe at all times. We can provide fire extinguisher maintenance that’s as basic or as advanced as you need to make sure your fire extinguisher will perform when it needs to.

Fire Extinguisher Recharge

Have you had to discharge your extinguisher recently? It’s imperative that you have your extinguisher recharged. One of the simplest ways to help protect your business from incipient fires (the initial stage at which fires can still be extinguished by portable equipment) is to ensure your fire extinguishers are properly charged, recharged, and maintained.

Fire Extinguisher Hydrostatic Testing

If your fire extinguisher is more than 12 years old, the NFPA and local authorities require you to have it hydro-tested or replaced. A fire extinguisher hydro-test will make sure the shell of your fire extinguisher has no cracks or leaks that can cause it to malfunction when you need it most.

Employee Fire Extinguisher Training

Since 97% of all industrial fires are extinguished with portable fire extinguishers, it is critical that employees understand when and how to use extinguishers correctly.  Learn More About our Our Comprehensive Employee Fire Extinguisher Training Program

Contact us online or call (913) 371-8494
to schedule commercial kitchen fire extinguisher services anywhere in Eastern Kansas or Western Missouri