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Guest Steve B

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When looking at information for Co2 extinguishers and their safe use on electrics, most information states "Safe for Low and High Voltage" but exactly how high ? is it unlimited because it`s a gas or is there a ceiling, Ta 

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Powder and gaseous extinguishing agents are generally accepted as non conductive on all voltages - liquid based agents have also been tested to high voltage (35,000V) but in practice are marked for up to 1000V to give safety margin.

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