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First Alert Marine Fire Extinguisher 5 BC

The First Alert Marine Fire Extinguisher 5 BC is suitable for use in your boat or RV. This class 5-B:C rated portable fire extinguisher has a durable head and fights flammable liquid and electrical fires. This unit can be recharged by a certified professional when discharged. Includes a mounting bracket to keep the extinguisher secure and neatly stored. Meets UL standards.

Features and Benefits

  • UL-rated class 5-B:C extinguisher fights flammable liquid and electrical fires
  • Metal extinguisher head and corrosion-resistant metal charge gauge offer durability
  • Secure mount for in-vehicle placement provides convenient storage
  • Rechargeable by a certified professional after discharge
  • Portable; suitable for use in your boat or RV
  • Metal pull pin with safety seal helps prevent accidental discharge

What's in the Box

  • First Alert Marine Fire Extinguisher 5 BC
  • Mounting bracket
First Alert The First Alert Marine Fire Extinguisher 5 BC fights flammable liquid and electrical fires and has a corrosion-resistant metal charge gauge. First Alert Marine Fire Extinguisher 5 BC

First Alert Marine Fire Extinguisher 5 BC

$17.99
First Alert Marine Fire Extinguisher 5 BC is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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