The wet chemicals mainly work by cooling and emulsifying when it’s applied to burning oils and fats.
Wet Chemical — Wet chemical fire extinguishers are ideal for Class F fires, involving cooking oils and fats, such as lard, olive oil, sunflower oil, maize oil and butter. These extinguishers work by instigating a chemical reaction with fats and oils. They have a yellow label identifying them.
Wet Chemical fire extinguishers have a yellow label and are designed specifically for use on fires involving combustible cooking media such as burning oil and fat. They have a class F rating and a special lance applicator nozzle.
The wet chemicals mainly work by cooling and emulsifying when it’s applied to burning oils and fats. When this happens, the surface is sealed, and the fire is prevented from reigniting. Extinguishers using wet chemicals are also rated in the A and F classes of fire rating.
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