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Fire Extinguishers in New Jersey: Types, Classes & Safety Tips

Not only is it smart to keep fire extinguishers in your home, it's also the law in New Jersey. It's important to make sure you have the right types of fire extinguishers on hand to put out common household fires. Read our fire extinguisher safety tips to learn how to stay safe and don't forget to make sure you have the right coverage if your home sustains fire damage.
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More Than 40 Million Fire Extinguishers Recalled After Car Fire Death

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission announced an important -- potentially life saving -- recall on over 40 million Kidde disposable fire extinguishers earlier this season. Fyr Fyter Sales and Service wants you to be aware of what the next steps are for you to take to avoid their malfunction during your next emergency.
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New Jersey Fire Prevention: Aggressive Fire Inspections

Time and time again, we bear witness to countless tragedies that could have been prevented (or at least minimized) if there had been “aggressive” and thorough enforcement of the fire code. Fyr Fyter Sales and Service of Mercer County encourages its customers to minimize disaster with aggressive fire inspections.
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Lessons Learned From Tragic Blaze Lead Many To Take Fire Safety Seriously

Fire safety is undoubtedly an important aspect of everyday life, but it is an issue that has taken a backseat in the lives of many. Many interviewed by MetroPerak admitted that they did not give a higher priority to fire safety as they should. But, after hearing the heartbreaking news of 21 students and two wardens of a tahfiz (religious school) who perished in a deadly fire, most agreed that it was time for them to act on it before it is too late.
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Attention Parents: Read These NJ Fire Prevention Tips For Babies And Toddlers

Are you a new mom looking to teach your youngster about fire safety? It's never too early. Read more to find out about top tips to keep kids safe from fires. Fyr-Fyter Sales & Service loves being by your side for all of your fire safety needs.
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Storing Emergency Numbers as Your Cell Phone Contacts Could Save Lives

Having emergency numbers available for all family members to access is important for every household.. Having these numbers handy will save time and battery power, plus give you peace of mind. Fyr Fyter encourages you to take the extra precaution by storing these numbers as contacts in your cell phone.
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Clearing the Smoke - Fire Alarm Integration

As the inclusion of a fire alarm and detection system as an important part of design methodology continues, it will be essential for specifiers, designers, and installers to have a more thorough understanding of the life safety features of each system.
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Advances in Fire Suppression Systems

Fire suppression systems have evolved in response to new requirements, environmental pressures and advances in technology. This Update provides an overview of four recently developed systems, reviews research on the performance of each, and provides guidance on system selection, design and use.
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Alarm System Testing

Fire alarm systems are expected to help protect people, property, and assets. But you can’t tell if they’re fully operational just by looking at them. As with any other system, electronics and other components can degrade over time and compromise the system’s operation.
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Computer Fire Protection

Automatic fire suppression systems provided in computer rooms should be selected with due consideration of the electronics being protected and the impact of the agent on energized information and communications technology (ICT) equipment or on unprotected emergency responders performing depowering functions.
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Wireless Fire Alarms

Fire alarm applications, wireless or hardwired, require careful study to determine the suitability and consider the associated costs. It is never always one or the other; each application has its associated costs versus savings. Experienced fire protection engineers at Fyr-Fighter explore the costs, benefits, technology, and code compliance aspects of low-power radio wireless fire alarm systems and wireless smoke alarms n designing your systems.
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Automatic Fire Suppression

Automatic fire suppression systems control and extinguish fires without human intervention. Examples of automatic systems include fire sprinkler system, gaseous fire suppression, and condensed aerosol fire suppression. When fires are extinguished in the early stages loss of life is minimal since 93% of all fire-related deaths occur once the fire has progressed beyond the early stages.
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Pre-Engineered Fire Suppression Systems

Dry chemical fire suppression systems use dry chemical compounds that suppress fire effectively and provide efficient coverage, are easy to install and maintain in any industrial setting. They require recharging after operation.
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Fire Alarm System Testing

Lives are at stake! Your fire alarm system will only operate properly if it is maintained and some impairments will not be obvious without testing! To meet the requirements of your local building department, fire inspectors, and even your insurance carrier.
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Workplace Fire Drills

Fire drills. You know you should have them, you’ve been meaning to plan them, maybe next week. Or, you’ve tried to have fire drills but your employees are, let’s say, less than enthusiastic. Is there a way to make fire drills easier—and more effective?
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Emergency Preparation

Did you know that if a fire starts in your home, you may have just two minutes to escape? The most effective way to protect yourself and your home from fire is to identify and remove fire hazards. 60 percent of house fire deaths occur in homes with no working smoke alarms.
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Business Fire Safety

No matter type of business you conduct at your workplace, fire safety should always be a main concern. Here are a few fire safety tips you can distribute to your staff. Keep your work area free of waste paper, trash and other items that can easily catch fire.
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Cooking Safety

Cooking is often a relaxing and fun task that brings family and friends together, and it provides a great way to showcase your creativity and love of good food.But cooking is also the number one cause of home fires and home injuries. Being mindful while you cook, however, can go a long way to helping prevent these fires.
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Candle Fire Safety

From 2009-2013, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 9,300 home structure fires that were started by candles. These fires caused 86 deaths, 827 injuries and $374 million in direct property damage. Candles caused 3% of reported home fires, 3% of home fire deaths, 6% of home fire injuries, and 5% of the direct property damage from home fires during this period.
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Fire Safety

Though fire safety might not be high on your priority list when you move into an apartment, it’s not something you want to regret at a later date. The findings of the National Fire protection Agency (NFPA) reveal some startling statistics; in 2009, U.S. fire departments had to tend to 362,500 home fires, which caused approximately $7.6 billion in damages.
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Holiday Fire Protection

When you’re decking the halls this year, make sure to keep fire safety in mind. That’s the main message behind "Project Holiday," NFPA's annual holiday fire safety campaign, which works to educate the public about the increased risk of home fires during the holiday season.
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Deadly Christmas Tree Fires

The devastating damage Christmas tree fires can inflict on people and property – and just how quickly it can happen - were vividly demonstrated during a live burn event on Monday at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) research lab in Rockville, MD.
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