Moore monthly giveaway
This months giveaway is brought to you by:
“PROTECT YOUR PASSION WITH OURS”
Clean Agent Fire Extinguisher 2.5 lb
HG250B Retail price - $288.95
Few things rival an auto enthusiast’s passion. The investment of energy, time, and care that goes into their vehicle is epic - equal only to the thrill they feel from behind the wheel! At H3R Performance, such emotion has been our inspiration since 2005.
We are known for rugged fire extinguishers and mounting accessories that work flawlessly when needed. Our customers rest easy as they enjoy the enhanced aesthetic our products bring to any vehicle.
No thermal shock to electronics
No mess or damage to vehicle or surfaces
Liquefied gas extinguishes hard-to-reach fires
Does not impair operator's vision
Listed and rated 1B:C by Underwriters Laboratories
Comes equipped with steel mounting bracket
6' - 8' discharge range
High quality steel cylinders
All-metal valve construction
Compact, lightweight, easy to use
Six-year limited warranty
THE BEST FIRE EXTINGUISHER FOR THE OFF-ROAD ENTHUSIAST
Our top pick for the professional goes to this well-rated extinguisher from H3R. The H3R Performance HG250B Fire Extinguisher comes with twice the size and fire-stopping power of smaller units, so you’re less likely to be outgunned by a challenging or rapidly spreading fire. The chemical formulation leaves no mess or damage if discharge occurs within a vehicle. It also prevents thermal shock to vehicle electronics, and an all-metal valve is featured for minimal maintenance and a long service life.
The H3R Performance HG250B Fire Extinguisher is EPA approved, and ships with a mounting bracket that includes a keyed bracket that helps eliminate the possibility of rotation and accidental discharge. Owner reviews clock in at 5 stars, helping add further appeal. Just note that the black color may limit visibility and ease of retrieval of this high-end fire extinguisher in certain situations.
AUTOMOTIVE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:
WHATS THE BIG DEAL?
According the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), U.S. public fire departments responded to an estimated 266,500 highway-type vehicle fires in 2004. These fires claimed 520 lives and caused $969 million in direct property damage. NFPA estimates that one of every six reported fires (17 percent) involves a highway-type vehicle and 13 percent of all civilian fire deaths. On average, more than 30 highway vehicle fires were reported per hour in 2004, and more than two-thirds of highway vehicle fires resulted from mechanical or electrical failures or malfunctions. -