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Combustion Triangle

LAS Fire Classifications & Types of Extinguishers

QuestionAnswer
Which 3 elements form the Combustion Triangle Oxygen, Fuel & Heat
CLASS A CONVENTIONAL MATERIALS (Paper, Wood & Textiles)
CLASS B FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS (Oil, Petrol)
CLASS C GASES (Gas leaks)
CLASS D BURNING MATERIALS (Phosphates, Magnesium)
CLASS E ELECTRICAL (Frayed wiring)
What colour/type of extinguisher can be used on a Class B (Flammable Liquids) fire? BLACK label/CARBON DIOXIDE/CO2 (can also be used on Class E/Electrical fires)
What colour/type of extinguisher can be used on a Class A (Conventional Materials)fire? RED label/Water
What colour/type of extinguisher can be used on both Class A (Conventional Materials)& B (Flammable Liquids) fires? CREAM label/FOAM
What colour/type of extinguisher can be used on Class A (Conventional Materials), Class B (Flammable Liquids) & Class E (Electrical) fires? BLUE lable/DRY POWDER
When should a Fire Blanket be used? On Chip Pan Fires & People to smother the flames
What does the P in PASS stand for? P - Pull out Pin
What does the A in PASS stand for? A - Aim at base
What does the S in PASS stand for? S - Squeeze Handle
What does the S in PASS stand for? S - Sweep slowly back & forth
Created by: pburke1