What is Class B Fire?

Class B Fire

Class B fires are caused by flammable and/or combustible liquids such as chemical-based cleaning products, petrol, oils and alcohol.

Class B Fire
Class B Fire

It is common for a class B fire to occur within a work environment such as a mechanic’s workshop or petrol station, some common examples of ignition include discarded cigarette butts or sparks from machinery that may come into contact with flammable oils.

Class B Fire Extinguisher used for

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