How to safely store multiple Fire Extinguishers
Fire Extinguisher Storage Rack
Over the last 30 years, I have visited hundreds of customer shops and job sites. The progress we have made in making our industrial work environments safer has been significant. Blue Steel is proud of our part in helping our customers make their workspaces safe and more organized and efficient.
We developed our fire extinguisher rack to reduce the trip hazard with emptied or outdated bottles lying around the property. The extinguishers could also be mistaken for a charged unit if a fire erupted.
We spoke to plant managers, safety supervisors, maintenance managers, and others, we developed our plan for the perfect fire extinguisher rack.
- The Fire Extinguisher Rack must hold multiple bottles; this makes the accumulation of expired, discharged, and empty fire extinguishers organized and effective.
- Forklift access makes transporting empty extinguishers to a refill location, and full extinguishers for distribution in large yards or facilities a snap.
- Heavy Duty fabrication and durability, we fabricated our first units almost 20 years ago and are still in use. Our Industry Standard steel fabrication and zinc-rich primed and powder-coated finish provides a product suitable for any commercial or industrial facility.
Achievements for this project
Eliminate trip hazards
Correctly identify discharged and charged fire extinguishers
Speed up your recharging service
Checking and keeping fully charged fire extinguishers is a key factor in fire safety. Our handy Fire Extinguisher Storage Rack is part of your solution.
Forklift pockets make it easy to move and 24 Spots 8-1/2″ Square Will hold most standard size bottles. The overall size is 52″ long x 35″ deep and 16″ high.
Pallet Jack movable Bulk Fire Extinguisher storage options are also available.
All steel construction and powder-coated safety yellow.
Upgrade your facility today. Call 800-377-2109
Organized Blue Steel Fire Extinguisher RackKeep your workplace safe and organized and clean. When there is a designated process for the storage of tools and supplies you will move closer to your 5S goal. Sort, Set in order, Shine/Sweep, Standardize, and Sustain.