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Element Fire Extinguishers - Now available at XDP!

The Element 40050 E50 Portable Fire Extinguisher is a game changer in fighting all major classes of small to medium size fires (Class A, B, C and K). This fire extinguisher was developed for the space program and battles fire by interrupting the chain of combustion on the molecular level without removing oxygen or making a mess. Lasting 5x longer than a traditional fire extinguisher and about 80% smaller means it takes up less room while being more efficient than typical extinguishers.

Easy to Store and Transport:
The compact size of the E50 Element makes it ideal for use in Trucks, Cars, Boats, RV's/Campers, Garages, Trailers, and Classic Cars. Easily store one in the glove box, center console, or a map pocket in your vehicle in case of an emergency. A wide variety of add-on mounting options for custom applications are also available - Magnetic Mount (60500), Seat Rail Mount (60300), Roll Bar Mount (60200), or Carbon Fiber Mount (60400).

Non-Toxic Extinguisher:
While the discharged should not be aimed at anyone’s face, the discharge from this extinguisher safe to breathe and both non-corrosive, and non-toxic for animals and children.

Less Discharge Residue:
There can trace amount of soot from the casing, but it will not leave any residue and even in the most extreme cases would be so much less than a tradition extinguisher that it would be comparatively nonexistent.

Long Service Life:
There are no moving parts or gas under pressure with this extinguisher and the Element’s solid construction means there is no service or maintenance needed to keep it in working order as it is unaffected by extreme heat or humidity provided the yellow cap is never to keep the tip dry. The solid chemical that the extinguisher is comprised of has no effective expiration and has been tested to work in temperatures ranging from -140F to +320F.

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