When to inspect and replace ABC and K-Class Fire Extinguishers

5 Keys to Fire Safety in Your Commercial Kitchen

Is your commercial kitchen equipped to handle the heat? Discover the essential keys to fire safety that every restaurant owner needs to know to protect their business, their staff, and their customers. Whether you’re running a restaurant, a cafeteria, or any other kind of food business, keeping your kitchen safe […]

Make Fire Safety a Priority with a Proactive Approach

New Year, New Resolutions: As we step into 2024, we extend our warmest wishes for a year filled with prosperity and safety. At Boss Fire Protection, we are excited about the opportunities this new year presents, and we remain committed to being your dedicated partner in ensuring fire safety for […]

Safeguard your Business with Fire Safety Experts

In the heart of bustling kitchens and sizzling flavors, the unseen threat of fire danger looms – a reality “Gourmet Haven” discovered the hard way. In the heart of the city, “Gourmet Haven” was renowned for its culinary delights. One bustling Friday afternoon, a small cooktop fire erupted, and panic […]

Tired of Having to Track Down your Service Provider?

Elevate Your Fire Safety with Boss Fire Protection Ensuring the utmost fire safety for your establishment is our mission at Boss Fire Protection. As specialists in maintaining and optimizing kitchen fire suppression systems and fire extinguishers, we stand out in the industry for three key reasons: Unparalleled Expertise in Suppression Systems: With […]

Inspecting and Using a K Class Fire Extinguisher

A Class K fire extinguisher is used on fires involving cooking media (fats, grease, and oils) in commercial cooking sites such as restaurants. Saponification takes place when alkaline mixtures, such as potassium acetate, potassium citrate, or potassium carbonate, are applied to burning cooking oil or fat. Watch another video in […]

Tips on Using and Inspecting your ABC Fire Extinguisher

Take a look at this short video tutorial concerning your ABC Fire Extinguishers. ABC extinguishers use monoammonium phosphate, a pale-yellow powder, that is able to put out all three classes of fire – Class A for trash, wood and paper, Class B for liquids and gases, and Class C for […]