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Elderly disabled fire extinguishers

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Good afternoon,I have given for my grandma a 2l abf foam extinguisher for the kitchen,and 1 need other 2 units(small of course),even a 2 litre size is heavy for her,I was thinking the one at the corridor a 1 litre water mist and the second one at the living room the thing that worries me if this unit extinguishes only too small fires ,it hasn't got an a rating only a "5f"thanks very much.

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To be fair they would be better calling the fire brigade and getting out, however for the small fires that a householder would be expect the small extinguisher would suffice - it may not have an A rating, but that doesn't mean it's ineffective, just good enough for very small fires like a waste paper basket.

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14 hours ago, AnthonyB said:

To be fair they would be better calling the fire brigade and getting out, however for the small fires that a householder would be expect the small extinguisher would suffice - it may not have an A rating, but that doesn't mean it's ineffective, just good enough for very small fires like a waste paper basket.

Thank you!

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