For the majority of modern offices the biggest fire risks are solid combustibles in the form of furniture and waste paper bins and electrical in the form of computers, monitors, stereos and kettles.
Most offices will have general fire risks from things such as desks, chairs and waste paper bins but will also contain electrical equipment.
The special additive makes the extinguisher safe to use around live electrical equipment.
Water with additive fire extinguishers only have an A rating and are not suitable for any other type of fire.
In Modern offices the biggest fire risk is created by electrical equipment such as computers, printers, stereos and kettles.
CO2 does not conduct electricity and is a clean extinguisher agent which leaves behind no harmful residue.
CO2 is an asphyxiant if used in confined spaces and cannot be used on solid fuel fires such as wood, paper or textile.
Most offices will have general fire risks from things such as furniture, waste paper bins, shelving and office consumables and perhaps some flammable liquids.
Foam fire extinguishers have excellent penetration properties and quickly create a cooling blanket over burning fuels.
Foam has very high ratings and is probably the best and most accepted fire fighter in an office environment.
Foam extinguishers can leave behind a soapy residue after use.
Foam is a natural condutor of electricty, if the extinguisher has not passed the electrical conductivity test they shouldnt be used on electrical fires.