Here is a fire extinguisher training video and complete video tutorial about what is fire and classes of fire and also fire extinguisher types like co2 fire extinguisher in hindi language and dcp fire extinguisher in hindi language.
Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion releasing heat light and various reaction products.Fuel Oxygen and heat are major components of fire.
There are six classes of fire :
Table of content :
00:55 What is fire
01:14 Classes of fire
02:45 Fire extinguisher types
03:29 Fire extinguishers overview
05:58 What is PASS
06:44 Practical demonstration about how to operate fire extngsher.
I show in the video two types of fire extngshers Carbon dioxide and dry chemical powder also called ABC Fire extinguisher.
Methodology of operating of fire ext is called PASS and these are four steps
P = Pull the pin
A = Aim the fire
S = squeeze the handle
S = swipe on fire
In this video you will learn how to use a fire extinguisher pass and
fire extinguisher types and uses in hindi language completely and I told about how many types of fire in hindi language so please watch complete for learning.
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