Customer Reviews for Kidde Pro Line Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher 10lbs KID 466204

Kidde Pro Line Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher 10lbs KID 466204

Ideal for office areas   Effective against all three common classes of fires (A, B and C)   Seamless steel cylinder has chip-resistant epoxy finish   Strong forged aluminum valve   Body designed for standard commercial application   4A-60B:C   10 lbs charge weight   Each Model: KID 466204
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2 of 3(67%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Kidde Pro Line Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher 10lbs KID 466204
Review 1 for Kidde Pro Line Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher 10lbs KID 466204
Rating
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Location:Denver, CO
Date:October 21, 2012

A good choice

Pros: works on all fire sources
Cons: a bit heavy and very messy
Model Number: 466204
"A 10 lb extinguisher is large enough for most commercial as well as residential applications.
ABC ratings make it appropriate to use on all fires but will make a huge mess that must be cleaned up immediately.
Contradicting an earlier review, CO2 is only recommended in something like a computer room as it won't damage electronic components. It's not great for an engine fire as the CO2 clears almost immediately and flammable liquids will reignite instantly.
And yes, dry chemical will mix with flammable liquids and keep them from re-ignition... CO2 will not. While CO2 will work on class A (paper, wood, cardboard) fires it does tend to blow things around quite a bit and can actually spread a fire around if not used carefully."
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Kidde Pro Line Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher 10lbs KID 466204
Rating
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
Location:seattle, wa
Date:March 24, 2011

Failed on car fire

Pros: better than nothing.
Cons: co2 better: will cool down whatever is burning, dc won't cool down hot zones, dc makes a horrible mess whereas co2 won't.
"CO2 type is better on most fires.
Dry Chem. (DC) will not keep fire extinguished, such as gasoline fire under the hood of your car.
DC does NOT cool down heated metals from fire.
Static amount of leaked gasoline kept reigniting from engine heat, even after 2 of these DC extinguishers were exhausted."
9 of 10 people found this review helpful.
Review 3 for Kidde Pro Line Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher 10lbs KID 466204
Rating
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Location:Provo, UT
Date:February 8, 2011

Good Quality

Pros: 10 psi pressure, class abc
Cons: heavy
Model Number: Kidde Pro Line Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher
"The fire extinguisher is the exact one used in the lab where I work. They are a bit on the heavy side. I store one in the basement and one in our kitchen.
Good for Class A, B, & C fires."
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.