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9 kg Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher

UniqueFire offer the best firefighting equipment supplier in Malaysia. We have complete line of dry chemical portable fire extinguishers such as 1kg, 2kg, 4kg, 6kg and 9kg.

This is a powder-based agent that extinguishes by separating the four parts of the fire tetrahedron. It prevents the chemical reactions involving heat, fuel, and oxygen (combustion), thus extinguishing the fire. During combustion, the fuel breaks down into free radicals, which are highly reactive fragments of molecules that react with oxygen. The substances in dry chemical extinguishers can stop this process.

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Model No.

UF – 9

Part No.



9.0 kg

Type of Extinguishant

ABC Dry Powder


Stored Pressure

Pressurised Agent


Working Pressure

12 bar (174psi)

Test Pressure

25 bar (362.5psi)

Temperature Range

-20°C to 60°C

Discharge Time (approx.)


Overall Height

560 mm

Cylinder Diameter

181 mm

Approx. Full Weight

13 kg

Body Material

Cold Rolled Steel


Red (RAL 3000)

Class of Fire

A, B, C, E

Fire Rating

27A 144B

Manufactured & Approved

MS 1539 PART 1 : 2002

Throw Range Discharge

3-4 m (approx.)

**All specifications and information indicated in this catalogue are subjected to change without prior

Additional information


Fire extinguishers are active fire protection equipment, usually used in emergencies, for extinguishing small fires or for preventing them from spreading. They are generally hand-held cylinders that contain pressurised extinguishing agents which are released to fight a fire.
It is advisable to place fire extinguishers at locations within the property where they can be easily reached in the event of a fire.
In Malaysia, the various types of fires are categorised into six classes based on the materials being burnt or that are in danger of being burnt. The contents of the fire extinguishers must therefore be able to safely fight these fires without endangering human lives and property. Class A, B, C and F fire extinguishers also carry a numerical rating that indicates the amount of fire it can handle; the higher the number, the more fire-fighting power it has. Class D and E fire extinguishers are not given numerical ratings.
Choosing the right type of fire extinguisher is critical for effectiveness and safety in fighting a fire. For example, water should never be used to fight Class B and E fires as the risk of being electrocuted or of the fire spreading is ver high. Use this guide to select the correct fire extinguisher to use:
Class A
Ordinary combustible materials or organic solids such as paper, wood, cardboard and most plastics
Class B
Flammable or combustible liquids such as petrol, kerosene, grease and oil
Class C
Flammable gases such as butane and propc
Class D
Combustible metals such as magnesium, titanicno, potassium and sodium
Class E
Electrical equipment such as appliances, wiring, circuit breakers and electrical outlets
Class F
Cooking fat, trans-fat and cooking oil