H3R Aviation Model A344T Red 1.3 lb UL Rating 2B:C Halon 1211 Cockpit/Cabin Fire Extinguisher

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Manufacture Part #: A344T
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Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

Product Attributes

Country of Origin
United States
Shipping Weight
3.01 pounds
ECCN
9A991.d
Color Family
Red
Manufacturer P/N
A344T
Schedule B Code
8424.10.0000
Pack Quantity
1
Ship Dimensions
4 x 4 x 11 inches
NSN
4210-01-650-5943
Color
Red

Other Part Numbers

Alternate PN#s
2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.

  • Description

    Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    3.01 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Color Family
    Red
    Manufacturer P/N
    A344T
    Schedule B Code
    8424.10.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 4 x 11 inches
    NSN
    4210-01-650-5943
    Color
    Red

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.

  • Product Details

    Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    3.01 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Color Family
    Red
    Manufacturer P/N
    A344T
    Schedule B Code
    8424.10.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 4 x 11 inches
    NSN
    4210-01-650-5943
    Color
    Red

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.

  • Downloads

    Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    3.01 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Color Family
    Red
    Manufacturer P/N
    A344T
    Schedule B Code
    8424.10.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 4 x 11 inches
    NSN
    4210-01-650-5943
    Color
    Red

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.

  • Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    3.01 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Color Family
    Red
    Manufacturer P/N
    A344T
    Schedule B Code
    8424.10.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 4 x 11 inches
    NSN
    4210-01-650-5943
    Color
    Red

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.

  • Description

    Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    3.01 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Color Family
    Red
    Manufacturer P/N
    A344T
    Schedule B Code
    8424.10.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 4 x 11 inches
    NSN
    4210-01-650-5943
    Color
    Red

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.

  • Product Details

    Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    3.01 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Color Family
    Red
    Manufacturer P/N
    A344T
    Schedule B Code
    8424.10.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 4 x 11 inches
    NSN
    4210-01-650-5943
    Color
    Red

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.

  • Downloads

    Lightweight and portable, the H3R Model A344T Halon 1211 Fire Extinguisher is the ideal choice to keep in the cockpit or the cabin. The fire extinguisher is recommended for a one to four person aircraft, including the pilot. The H3R fire extinguisher comes in either a classic red finish or a chrome finish (model A344TC). The model A344T is the smallest rechargeable Halon 1211 fire extinguisher with a gauge and is slightly heavier than a disposable extinguisher, though still very lightweight compared to other aircraft fire extinguishers on the market. Quantity discounts are available for bulk orders of fire extinguishers.

    Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Shipping Weight
    3.01 pounds
    ECCN
    9A991.d
    Color Family
    Red
    Manufacturer P/N
    A344T
    Schedule B Code
    8424.10.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    4 x 4 x 11 inches
    NSN
    4210-01-650-5943
    Color
    Red

    Other Part Numbers

    Alternate PN#s
    2207A
  • Agent weight: 1.3 lb. / 0.567 kg
  • Gross weight: 2.3 lb. / 1.021 kg
  • Discharge range: 9-12 ft. / 2.7-3.7 m
  • Discharge time: 10 sec.
  • Height: 10.0 in. / 25.4 cm
  • Width: 3.6 in. / 9.1 cm
  • Cylinder diameter: 2.6 in. / 6.6 cm
  • UL rating: 2B:C
  • Bracket: Single Strap (Standard)

    Inspection and Maintenance Requirements

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR HALON 1211 AND HALOTRON 1 GAUGED MODELS

    Gauged Halon 1211 and Halotron 1 fire extinguishers distributed by H3R Aviation, Inc. should be installed, inspected and maintained in accordance with the owner’s manual supplied with the extinguisher and NFPA No. 10, “Portable Fire Extinguishers.” The following summarizes portions of those two documents.

    Monthly Inspection
    Inspect monthly or more frequently if circumstances dictate. Check to see that the extinguisher is undamaged; that the nozzle is unobstructed; that the gauge pressure is in the operable (green) range; that the lockpin and tamper seal is in place, and that the operating instructions are clearly visible. If the inspection reveals a deficiency in any of these conditions, corrective action must be taken.

    Annual Maintenance
    Extinguishers shall be subjected to maintenance not more than one year apart or when specifically indicated by an inspection. Maintenance is a thorough examination of the extinguisher, covering mechanical parts, extinguishing agent and expelling means. It is intended to give maximum assurance that an extinguisher will operate effectively and safely, and should be done professionally. Most authorities require special tags be attached to the extinguisher to verify this service.

    6-Year Maintenance
    Every six years, stored pressure fire extinguishers that require a 12-year hydrostatic test shall be emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures. This should be done professionally, and involves a thorough inspection and the replacement of certain parts. When these maintenance procedures are performed during periodic recharging or hydrostatic testing, the six year requirement shall begin from that date.

    12-Year Hydrostatic Test
    All gauged H3R Aviation fire extinguishers require a 12 year hydrostatic test performed by certified technicians as per NFPA 10. Simply stated, the Hydrostatic test confirms the integrity of the cylinder, and at the 12 year mark, is performed in conjunction with the 6 year maintenance.