|The FAA recommends and/or requires Halon fire extinguishers on aircraft. H3Rs Halon fire extinguishers are the extinguishers of choice in the aviation industry. They cause no mess or damage, and do not require taking a plane out of service for clean-up; a costly process for both the aircraft owner and insurance carrier. The heat-seeking quality of the Halon gas makes it a superior fire fighting agent.|
The inspection and maintenance requirements for gauged fire extinguishers such as model C354TS, C352TS and A344T per NFPA 10 call for a 6-year maintenance and a 12-year hydrostatic test calculated from the month and year of manufacture. As long as the extinguisher undergoes the maintenance and passes the test it can remain in service.
H3R Aviation calculates the remaining shelf life of its gauged fire extinguishers by comparing the timing of the 6-year maintenance to the month and year of manufacture per the following formula.
(72 months - Months elapsed from manufacture date) / 72 months = Shelf life remaining
For example, if an extinguisher was manufactured in February of 2009 and the current month is June 2009, it has a remaining shelf life of 94%.
(72 months - 4 months) / 72 months = 94%
|DISPOSABLE, LOW-MAINTENANCE |
HALON 1211-1301 BLEND
These effective fire extinguishers contain a proprietary blend of the "liquid streaming agent," Halon 1211, and the gaseous "total flooding agent," Halon 1301. The blend's power lies in the Halon 1301, which is both a firefighting agent and a propellant. These compact, lightweight extinguishers are low maintenance and non-rechargeable. Fire extinguishers include a mounting bracket.
|RECHARGEABLE, STURDY |
INDUSTRY-STANDARD HALON 1211
|Hand-held Halon 1211 fire extinguishers are required on commercial transport aircraft, and for good reason. Although classified a "liquid streaming agent," Halon 1211 also performs remarkably well as a "total flooding agent," seeking out and extinguishing fires in inaccessible places. A 6-year maintenance and 12-year hydrostatic test are required. Fire extinguishers include a mounting bracket or a wall hook.|
|RECHARGEABLE, DURABLE |
EPA-APPROVED HALOTRON 1™
|While it is less powerful pound for pound than Halon 1211, Halotron 1 offers all of Halon 1211's clean agent benefits, and Halotron 1 is less damaging to the ozone layer. H3R Aviation offers two Halotron 1 fire extinguishers: one FAA-approved unit for aircraft use and one wheeled unit for the flight line/ramp. These rechargeable extinguishers have pressure gauges and require a 6-year maintenance and a 12-year hydrostatic test.|
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for the C352TS, C352TSC, C354TS Fire Extinguisher
Well packaged shipment arrived in good condition. Nice quality with very robust mounting bracket.
Prompt delivery as usual from Aircraft Spruce.
seems structurally solid.
Sadly I had to use this for a ground fire on start. Worked like a charm. Did not leave a horrible mess. So glad I had the H3R extinguisher in the plane.
Fit right in my Cardinal! Quick and easy replacement for the old dry chemical extinguisher, that is factory original!
This is your typical every day fire extinguisher. Its used for putting out fires. At the moment, it is a very expensive paper weight. I hope I never have to use it. But if I do, this will be the best investment Ive ever purchased.
Yes, it does come with a mounting bracket.
An 8130 / FORM1 is not required for new fire extinguishers. If you were to get your extinguisher serviced, then it does require an 8130.
Yes, this is a rechargeable unit.
2 lbs. 4 oz. Gross Weight