Mr. Fire X fire extinguisher has undergone rigorous testing and certification under stringent conditions in Europe. Below are the certifications and awards for Mr. Fire X
- AFITI-LICOF with 5F efficiency according to UNE-EN 3-7:2004+A1:2008 standard norm.
- Labaqua Labs as non-irritant.
- Bureau Veritas according to: EN-1568-1:2009 and EN-1568-4 norms.
- Mr. Fire X has also been certified by L.C.O.E to be used against electrical fires of up to 35000 volts.
- The prestigious German laboratory GWA confirms the biological degradation of the product within 28 days.
AwardsBoldFoam F-40, awarded product at the International Security Exhibition (SICUR) in 2010.
Mr. Fire X has been thoroughly tested and complies with all EU regulations for Aerosol containers. 4 levels of quality checks are undertaken for each batch of products to ensure that the end product you receive is of the highest quality. The quality checks are made by; the aluminium can manufacturer, the Boldfoam F-40 manufacturer, the bottling company that produces the finished product and by Minibombero S.L. the owner of the Minibombero brand and finished product. The product is also quality checked upon delivery to our warehouse in Singapore by Kavelin Distribution Pte Ltd staff.
The inverted epsilon guarantees that the manufacturer makes its products in compliance with European standards.
VSFOCUM - a Spanish manufacturer of fire fighting products with extensive experience manufacturing foams. You will find different Firefighting Groups from all over the world, oil companies, industries from the mining sector, AENA (Spanish Airports and Air Navigation) and the Spanish army among its clients.
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