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www.boatingbasicsonline.com/content/general/4_2_c.htm

Next in line after PFDs, fire extinguishers are a very important safety item. ... There are numerous types and sizes of extinguishers but each one has to be U. S. ... by letters and numbers according to the class and size fire they can put out. ... 40 feet must carry two B-I or one B-II U.S. Coast Guard approved fire extinguishers.

www.fisheriessupply.com/fire-extinguishers-onboard

... letters and numbers according to the class (type) and the size fire they can put out. ... You may be surprised to learn that most B-I extinguishers will typically only ... Note that a fixed fire extinguisher system is equivalent to a Type B-I extinguisher. ... Remember that even when a fire seems to be out, it may still flare up again.

www.answers.com/Q/What_kind_of_fire_will_a_b-I_fire_extinguisher_put_out

A B-I fire extinguisher put out will put out Flammable Liquidfires.

www.boatus.org/fire-extinguishers

If the boat has a USCG approved fire extinguisher system installed for protection of the ... A tri-class dry chemical extinguisher will meet most boaters' needs.

brainly.com/question/3905469

May 26, 2017 ... Fire extinguishers are categorized based on the type of fires they put out and the type of chemicals they use to do so. A B-I fire extinguisher is ...

www.westmarine.com/WestAdvisor/Selecting-Fire-Extinguishers

Fire extinguishers protect you, but most boaters tend to ignore them. ... Cutting the power will change the status of a Class C fire to a Class A and/or B fire. ... (UL ) uses letters to denote the type of fires the extinguisher is capable of fighting, and ... extinguisher abilities differently from UL, and they use the terms B-I and B-II.

www.defender.com/product.jsp?path=-1%7C135%7C2290089%7C2290090&id=107358

Features: The Mariner 10 Fire Extinguisher is a Size B-1 Extinguisher, suitable for use on Class ... Type: Portable, UL Rated 10-B:C (Flammable Liquids / Electrical Fires) ... indicates the amount of water it holds and the amount of fire it can extinguish. ... (2) B-I or (1) B-II. (1) B1. 40' to less than 65'. (3) B-I or (1) B-II and (1) B-I.

www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-chemicals-are-used-i

Fire extinguishers contain different chemicals, depending on the application. ... Water sprinklers are by far the most common type of fixed system because they ... to extinguish a fire, and so cannot be used where people will be present. ... Such a system, when activated, would extinguish a fire just as one blows out a candle.

www.brkelectronics.com/faqs/oem/what-do-the-abc-ratings-mean-on-fire-extinguishers

Fire extinguishers with a Class A rating are effective against fires involving ... These can be fires where cooking liquids, oil, gasoline, kerosene, or paint ... and sodium bicarbonate are commonly used to fight this type of fire because ... To achieve a class “B” rating, the extinguisher must repeatedly put out a flaming liquid fire.

www.markelinsurance.com/boat/boat-resources/boat-fire-extinguisher

Markel offers tips for choosing the right portable fire extinguisher for your powerboat. ... These types of electrical fires can be extremely hard to extinguish because a ... of fires with the most common marine fire extinguishers being labeled as B:C ... boats under 26' to have one B-I fire extinguisher onboard and boats between ...