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558 E. Industrial Place

Palm Springs, CA 92264

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Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00

Sat & Sun CLOSED

Call Day or Night

(760) 322-0995

Frequently Asked Questions

Only Fight a Fire If…

...If the fire is small and contained. The time to use a fire extinguisher is in the early, or incipient, stage of a fire. Once the fire starts to grow or spread, it is best to evacuate the building, closing doors or windows behind you. ...If you are safe from toxic...

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In Case of Fire, Just Remember the Three A’s

ACTIVATE - the building alarm system or notify the fire department by calling 911. Or, have someone else do this for you. ASSIST - any persons in immediate danger, or those incapable on their own, to exit the building, without risk to yourself. Only after these two...

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How Do Photoelectric Smoke Detectors Work?

All smoke detectors consist of two basic parts: a sensor to sense the smoke and a very loud electronic horn to wake people up. Smoke detectors can run off of a 9-volt battery or 120-volt house current. Occasionally you will walk into a store and a bell will go off as...

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How Do Multi-Class Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers Work?

If you ask any firefighter what it takes to create a fire, you will learn that you have to have three things: A Fuel - some sort of combustible solid, liquid or gas Oxygen - to react with the fuel Heat - there must be enough heat to get the fuel above its flash point....

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How Do Ionization Smoke Detectors Work?

All smoke detectors consist of two basic parts: a sensor to sense the smoke and a very loud electronic horn to wake people up. Smoke detectors can run off of a 9-volt battery or 120-volt house current. Ionization smoke detectors use an ionization chamber and a source...

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Fighting Small Fires on the Job

Fire extinguishers in the workplace should be placed conspicuously and within easy reach so they can be accessed quickly while a fire is still small. Federal regulations require that employers who provide portable fire extinguishers in the workplace also provide...

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