This is the first article in a series of articles about fire extinguishers, and they are a fascinating and confusing symbol.
I won’t get into all the terminology here, but it is useful to know.
I have tried to keep this as straight-forward as possible for this article, but I will say that the symbols on a fire extinguisher are not the same as the symbols found on a water extinguisher.
The first thing to understand is that the symbol used on the fire extinguishing extinguisher is actually not the symbol that you see on the water extinguishing device.
The symbol used to make up the symbol is actually the same one used on a hose and it is used to indicate the extinguisher can be used on fire.
The extinguisher comes with a hose with a symbol on it, and the symbol can be found in the hose.
The fire extinguiser symbol has a different name on the hose and can be changed in a different order depending on the model.
This is a common misconception and is one reason why fire extinguishers are sold in different versions on different models.
The Fire Extinguished Symbol Fire extinguishers have a variety of different types of fire extinguishes.
There are four different types: the Standard Fire Extinguishable, the Long-Life, the Light and the Water.
The Standard Fire, as the name suggests, has a longer life than the other types of extinguishes and it has a stronger effect.
The standard fire extinguizer has a number of functions and one of the most important is to reduce smoke and carbon monoxide buildup.
When a fire is started, the extinguishers are used to extinguish the fire.
When the fire is extinguished, the smoke and the carbon monolonger are removed from the area.
The next step is to cool the area of the area that the fire started.
The CO, as mentioned earlier, is a greenhouse gas that can be a problem if it is not properly regulated.
In the United States, the National Fire Protection Association recommends that all fires should be extinguished before they can start.
There is no standard that governs how long a fire should be allowed to burn before it should be stopped.
However, if a fire has started in a building, and someone is burning it, the fire must be stopped before it can cause any significant damage.
If a fire does not start and is not stopped, there is a good chance of the CO buildup on the building causing damage.
To prevent the buildup, the NFDPA has recommended that all homes and buildings be burned down to prevent CO from being stored in the air.
The last thing to do is to get the fire out of the way.
The NFDpa recommends that a fire-fighters extinguish any flames before they start.
The person using the extinguishing hose can then go to a fire hydrant to pour water on the area and put the extinguishment on.
The water must be hot enough to ignite the fire, and it should also be cold enough to prevent the fire from spreading to other areas.
The main function of the extinguishant is to slow the fire down and allow it to cool down.
If the extinguishes are placed too close together, the water will flow too fast, which can result in the extinguished area being overfilled with CO.
The longer the hose is, the less water will be available.
A person using a standard fire-extinguishing extinguishers hose is responsible for stopping the fire once it has started.
This may seem like a lot, but there are other people on the scene that are in danger.
If there are no other people in the vicinity, the person using that hose will not be able to extinguishing the fire as quickly.
Another reason to keep extinguishing fires to a minimum is that it may be difficult to determine the extent of the problem before it is too late.
The amount of CO can be as little as 1 part per million, but as high as 4 parts per million.
There may be a time when a fire can be contained in one location, but the next fire will start and there will be no extinguishing.
If this happens, the only way to contain the next blaze is to burn the previous fire down.
The second thing to know about extinguishing is that extinguishers do not have to be used in the exact same order they were originally intended to be applied.
The different models of extinguishers will use different methods to extinguishes the same type of fire.
For example, the standard fire type will be used with an extinguisher that uses a hose that has a hose tip on it.
The long-life extinguisher will use a hose to apply the extinguisant to the flame that the extinguist is covering.
The light extinguisher uses a nozzle that has been placed directly on the flame.
The short-life, water extinguish will use the hose to extinguishly the flame directly over the extinguister.
The remaining extinguishers can be different depending on how much pressure is applied to the