Fire Blankets

A fire blanket is a safety device designed to extinguish small fires in households, kitchens, laboratories, workshops, or wrap around a person who is on fire to extinguish the flames.

They are manufactured from glass fiber fabric of high density which makes them effective fire safety tool.

Fire blankets can be used to smother small fires before they become uncontrollable.

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To USE a fire blanket, you should:

  1. Pull the fire blanket out of its bag or plastic box and hold it by the corners or handles.
  2. Cover the fire with the blanket, making sure that it completely covers the fire and any surrounding objects.
  3. Leave the blanket in place until the fire is completely extinguished and the area has cooled down.

Fire blankets are particularly useful for extinguishing fires involving cooking oils, as they can help to cut off the oxygen supply to the fire and prevent it from spreading. They can also be used to smother fires involving clothing, paper, and other flammable materials.

It is important to note that fire blankets are only effective for small fires and should not be used to extinguish large or spreading fires. In such cases, you should evacuate the area and call the fire department.

Fire blankets are a type of safety equipment that can be used to smother small fires or wrap around a person who is on fire to extinguish the flames.


Here are some of the BENEFITS of fire blankets:

Easy to use: Fire blankets are simple to use, and no special training is required. They are designed to be used by anyone in an emergency situation.

Versatile: Fire blankets can be used to extinguish a wide range of small fires, including those caused by cooking oils, electrical equipment, and flammable liquids.

Safe: When used correctly, fire blankets can be a safe way to extinguish small fires. They do not require any water or chemicals, which can make them a safer alternative to traditional fire extinguishers.

Portable: Fire blankets are lightweight and easy to store, making them a convenient safety option for homes, businesses, and vehicles.

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