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Is this a left and a right or two of the same?
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Is this a left and a right or two of the same?
ive never seen a left or right kind...so middle i guess...lol
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Is this a left and a right or two of the same?
Right handed only
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I've found that for home use, recharging doesn't make sense. I tried to get a couple recharged, but the cost to recharge is more than just buying a new one. Maybe it makes sense if you were a business and have a large quantity to recharge.
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Assuming these are 2.5lb units evidenced by shipping weight. Haven't similar extinguishers been as low as $20-24 for a 2 pack during fire prevention month?
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Assuming these are 2.5lb units evidenced by shipping weight. Haven't similar extinguishers been as low as $20-24 for a 2 pack during fire prevention month?
Aren't they about this cheap at Costco when they have a sale. I think $15 each + tax?
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I've found that for home use, recharging doesn't make sense. I tried to get a couple recharged, but the cost to recharge is more than just buying a new one. Maybe it makes sense if you were a business and have a large quantity to recharge.
How do they recharge them? From a large highly pressurized tank?
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Arent these the same size for less? Have been posted here for $9.88/each before...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kidde...kxHIzO4RQ0
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This is the same part number listed here: https://www.firstalert.com/produc...bc-pewter/

Says they're 5.4 lbs each.
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How do they recharge them? From a large highly pressurized tank?
Every 6 years, the required maintenance is:
Depressurize tank
Empty the dry powder
Inspect inside of tank
Inspect/repair valve & seals
Refill new dry powder
Repressurize with gas (yes from another tank. This pressurized gas is what propels the powder into the fire when in use, and the pressure gauge on the side tells you it's still good to go).

Every 12 years there is an additional test where you pump up the empty tank with water at high pressure and make sure it's still structurally sound.

When I was getting quotes to recharge my two fire extinguishers, they wanted something like $60 each. I didn't even pay that much for it, so not worth it. Fyi, this was for the dry chemical powder type fire extinguisher, which is the most common type. There are other types using gas or foam but is way more expensive.
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Arent these the same size for less? Have been posted here for $9.88/each before...

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Nope. That's a 5bc
This is 1A:10BC
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