Fire Blanket in PVC Package 1.2mx1.2m.
Size: The fire blanket is square-shaped and measures 1.2 meters by 1.2 meters (approximately 4 feet by 4 feet). This size is suitable for covering small fires or providing protection for individuals.
Material: Fire blankets are typically made from fire-resistant materials such as fiberglass or other heat-resistant fabrics. These materials can withstand high temperatures and are designed to smother flames by cutting off the oxygen supply to the fire.
Packaging: The fire blanket is enclosed in a PVC (polyvinyl chloride) package or pouch. This packaging helps keep the fire blanket clean and protected from dust, debris, and environmental factors until it’s needed in an emergency.
- Fire Protection: Fire blankets are primarily used for extinguishing small fires, particularly those involving flammable liquids, stovetop fires, or clothing fires. When placed over the fire source, the blanket suffocates the flames by blocking the oxygen supply.
- Personal Protection: In addition to fire suppression, fire blankets can also be used to protect individuals from flames, especially when there’s no other means of escape. A person can wrap themselves in the blanket to shield against heat and flames.
- Quick Release: The PVC packaging often includes a quick-release mechanism or pull tabs to allow for rapid and easy access to the fire blanket in case of an emergency.
- Instructions: Many fire blankets come with instructions printed on the packaging or directly on the blanket itself, providing guidance on how to use it effectively for fire suppression or personal protection.
- Residential: Fire blankets are commonly found in kitchens and cooking areas to deal with stovetop fires. They can also be used in homes and apartments as an additional fire safety measure.
- Commercial: Fire blankets are often present in commercial kitchens, laboratories, and workplaces where flammable materials are used. They are a part of fire safety equipment kits.
- Industrial: In industrial settings, fire blankets are sometimes used as part of fire safety equipment for personnel working in environments with fire hazards.
- Fire blankets should be regularly inspected to ensure they are clean, free from damage, and easily accessible.
- If a fire blanket is used to suppress a fire, it should not be reused, as it may be damaged or contaminated. Replacing the blanket is recommended after use.