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STAND UP FOR FIRE SAFETY

10-05-2019
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Industroquip has developed a novel design of fire extinguisher stand that is already proving popular in mining and major infrastructure projects where fire extinguishers need to be visible and easily accessible but there are no permanent walls on which to hang them.

The stand is designed to accommodate both 4.5 and 9kg fire extinguishers, and it comes complete with a fire extinguisher sign attached to an integrated 1.5m-high glass-fibre pole that makes it visible from a distance.

According to Industroquip Director Brendan Clayton, “This great new product is provides great visibility even in dark work environments like tunnels as it features reflective decals and is incredibly sturdy - even on rough terrain like typical civil projects.”

Industroquip
1300 554 192
www.industroquip.com.au

 

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