Autobarn - Amerex Fire Extinguisher 1KG 1A10B:E $19.79 [ save $13 ], Nulon 20W-50 High Kilometre Engine Oil $12.99 [ save $17 ] Until 16th October

Autobarn - Amerex Fire Extinguisher 1KG 1A10B:E $19.79 [ save $13 ], Nulon 20W-50 High Kilometre Engine Oil $12.99 [ save $17 ] Until 16th October

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The best possible price for Fire Extinguisher 1KG and Nulon.

***Nulon 20W-50 High Kilometre Engine Oil $12.99 [ save $17 ]*** [ $14.99 save $15 at Tasmanian Autobarn stores ]

Change you own engine oil and save$$$$:)

Nulon Premium Mineral 20W-50 High Kilometre Engine Oil is formulated with virgin mineral base oils and high performance additives which provides ultimate protection for older or worn engines. Nulon Premium Mineral 20W-50 High Kilometre Engine Oil helps to reduce oil consumption, reduces further wear and protects the engine between recommended oil drain intervals.

Benefits

Designed to protect higher kilometre engines from wear
Increased viscosity slows oil loss or burning
Extra oil film strength quitens worn engines
Prevents sludge build-up from possible fuel contaminants
Maintains viscosity at high temperatures
Safe for catalytic converters

***Amerex Fire Extinguisher 1KG 1A10B:E$19.79 [ save $13 ]***

Ideal for the home, office & worksite and in the event of a fire they quickly distribute a safe, non-toxic ammonium phosphate powder which smothers & suppresses the most common classes of fire such as A (solid woods, paper etc) B (burning liquids such as petrol) and E (electrical fires).

Have a great successful week

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    ***How to operate a fire extinguisher?*** 1. Pull the Pin- Pull pin at the top of the extinguisher, breaking the seal. When in place, the pin keeps the handle from being pressed and accidentally operating the extinguisher. Immediately test the extinguisher. (Aiming away from the operator) This is to ensure the extinguisher works and also shows the operator how far the stream travels. 2. Aim- Approach the fire standing at a safe distance. Aim the nozzle or outlet towards the base of the fire. 3. Squeeze- Squeeze the handles together to discharge the extinguishing agent inside. To stop discharge, release the handles. 4. Sweep- Sweep the nozzle from side to side as you approach the fire, directing the extinguishing agent at the base of the flames. After an A Class fire is extinguished, probe for smouldering hot spots that could reignite the fuel. Note: Always test the extinguisher before proceeding to the fire. Remember that you only have seconds to extinguish the fire, not minutes, but only do so if it is safe and you are trained to. The rule of thumb is if you can not put a fire out with one extinguisher then the fire is too big to fight.
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