THAT CAN SAVE MONEY Ensuring that you are providing all the necessary fi re safety equipment on an ever-tighter budget can be a challenge; couple that with having to reduce your carbon footprint and things can appear quite daunting. P50 service-free extinguishers offer you a solution to both issues while guaranteeing that you adhere to all fi re safety laws while offering optimum protection.

Heads of FM in sectors as diverse as schools, universities, hospitals and offi ces have turned to the P50 extinguisher to fulfi l their requirements and have saved up to £300 per extinguisher over a 10-year period. Switching to the P50 has also helped them to meet their carbon footprint initiatives. Unlike traditional extinguishers the P50 range of fi re extinguishers do not require an annual service by a qualifi ed engineer, do not require a refi ll after fi ve years and have an extended lifespan of 20 years, in comparison to the usual 10-year lifespan of traditional extinguishers.

The unique construction of this extinguisher means that the annual visual inspection can be done in- house by one of your own staff. On installation we will train your staff to carry out this easy process. The P50 is made from non-corrosive materials so there is no risk that the extinguishing agent will corrode the internal cylinder, an issue that is common in traditional extinguishers. Magnetic twin gauges overcome traditional issues such as stuck pressure gauges.

This robust non-corrosive construction means that the P50 extinguisher is also ideal for challenging locations including building sites, swimming pools and farms. The body of the P50 is made from a UV-proof elastic shell and an inner composite cylinder cocooned in spun aramid fi bre. Scratching, chipping, rusting and denting are all a thing of the past.

All materials used in the construction of a P50 extinguisher


can be either reused or repurposed, making it fully recyclable and a great addition to meet green initiatives. Furthermore, because you don’t need a qualifi ed engineer to travel to your site every year your carbon footprint is reduced.

To help you make the switch to this environmentally friendly fi re extinguisher Safelincs will work with you to either phase-in your new extinguishers allowing your existing extinguishers still to reach the end of their serviceable life, or Safelincs can fi t the extinguishers in one installation. The company will work closely with you and will organise the installation to fi t around the needs of your business.

When you choose the P50 service- free fi re extinguisher from Safelincs you will receive a complete package, including a free site survey, professional installation, commissioning of your fi re extinguishers and importantly training for your staff to be able to carry out the annual visual inspection.

Your site survey will be carried out by one of the team of certifi ed

engineers, who will ensure that you have the right number and type of extinguishers for your specifi c fi re risks. On completion Safelincs will issue you with an extinguisher cover certifi cate as well as a formal training certifi cate.

The company offers a full range of P50 fi re extinguishers which are all Kitemarked by BSI to EN3, CE marked and subjected to the most rigorous performance tests. These extinguishers are already the preferred choice for many of the UK’s universities and colleges, businesses, airports, court buildings, supermarkets, refi neries, cathedrals and churches. They can also be found in the most prestigious luxury hotel in Knightsbridge, the best- known British College and tourist attractions across London.

Switch to a new greener way of fi re safety, switch to P50 service-free extinguishers and start saving money.

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