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 a Goals
 ] Classifying fires

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Fires that involve flammable solids such as wood, cloth, rubber, paper, and
Class A Class A Class A
some types of plastics{

Fires that involve flammable liquids or liquefiable solids such Class B Class B Class B
as petrol/gasoline, oil, paint, somewaxes & plastics, but   cooking fats
or oils

Fires that involve flammable gases, such as natural


Class C Class C
gas, hydrogen, propane, butane

Fires that involve combustible metals, such as sodium, magnesium,


Class D Class D Class D
and potassium

Fires that involve any of the materials found in Class A and B fires, but (Class E) now no
with the introduction of an electrical appliances, wiring, or other a longer in the
Class E Class C
electrically energized objects in the vicinity of the fire, with a resultant European
electrical shock risk if a conductive agent is used to control the fire{ standards

Fires involving cooking fats and oils{ The high temperature of the oils
when on fire far exceeds that of other flammable liquids making normal Class F Class F Class K
extinguishing agents ineffective{


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