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Re: Looking for a source for Auto Fire Extinguishers
Most A:B:C rated extinguishers (ones that WILL put out a fire) are like
that. I am looking at it more from a safety perspective. Would rather save
a life and replace the car.
BTW, Halon is the best bet if you can still find it. I think the EPA
outlawed it or something. Might still be able to get overseas. But, in
this country it will be hard to find and DAMN expensive if you can. Halon
was great as it would put out a fire extremely well (engine oil, grease,
etc) and wouldn't ruin all electrical connections it touches.
I'm not aware of anything on the market now that compares.
From: David Head <email@example.com>
To: Daniel Hussey <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
Date: Friday, June 25, 1999 8:26 AM
Subject: Re: Looking for a source for Auto Fire Extinguishers
>Purple K will put out a fire and in the process, take out the electrics in
>car. It will never ever be the same again. Its a slow moving corrosive that
>over the period of a year or two will corrode every mettallic connection it
>touches. It may save a life, but the car is done thereafter.
>Daniel Hussey wrote:
>> Imparts has some nice Purple K fire extinguishers! Two sizes. I'd go
>> the big one as it looks like a better deal. It's like $45. They didn't
>> have any in stock when I called last but might now. I need to call them
>> again as well.