Fire Extinguisher Services in Texas
Offering Top-Rated Fire Extinguisher Service in San Angelo and surrounding West and Central Texas areas including Brownwood, Sonora, Ozona, Big Lake, Midland, Ballinger
Ensure your business is protected by installing the right type and number of fire extinguishers! Then, keep them functioning properly with routine inspections and testing.
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Outback Fire & Safety Services
It can be extremely scary to have an unexpected fire and an inoperable fire extinguisher. Outback Fire & Safety can service your fire extinguishers to ensure they are ready.
Providing Prompt and Reliable Commercial Fire Extinguisher Inspection, Repair, Service and Sales. That's what we do.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do fire extinguishers need to be serviced annually?
To stay compliant with local and state regulations, portable fire extinguishers must be inspected by a licensed professional annually.
How can you tell if a fire extinguisher needs to be serviced?
There is actually two questions here: Serviced or Inspected. They must be serviced every six years. Different brands have info in different location on the extinguisher. It will include the date the extinguisher was manufactured and then if serviced in the past. There also may be a sticker that shows when it was last serviced.
What to do if fire extinguisher is expired?
Any disposal place will require extinguishers to be expelled before they will take them. If your extinguisher is expired, then contact your licensed fire extinguisher professional and have them replaced with a new extinguisher and properly dispose of the expired extinguisher.
Can you recharge a fire extinguisher yourself?
You must be a licensed professional to recharge a fire extinguisher. The process requires specific equipment and is regulated by local and state officials.
What does it mean to service a fire extinguisher?
It is a process that requires blowing the extinguisher down, disassemble the extinguisher, cleaning parts, inspecting the inside of the canister for damage and rust, then refill and recharge.
How do you inspect a fire extinguisher?
Inspection starts with a visual inspection of the extinguisher for damage or rust and to see if the extinguisher is due for a service. Once inspected by a licensed fire extinguisher professional, then an inspection tag is placed on the extinguisher.
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