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Week of October 14, 2019

Hydration and Electrolyte Replacement in the Winter

Hydration is just as important in the winter as it is in the summer.  Realizing that you are dehydrated when it is cold outside is more of a challenge.  We perspire underneath the layers of clothing that keep us warm in the winter.  Perspiration is absorbed by our clothing and we think we sweat only when it is hot outside.  That is so far from the truth!  When in an industrial setting in the winter months we need to be more aware of hydration.  We tend to drink less and dehydration is less obvious.  We are more prone to accidents in the workplace while operating machinery or working at a job site when we are dehydrated.  Be aware of this possibility and remember that the temperature outside is not as important as the temperature inside of your body.  To combat dehydration, look at the All Natural Sword Electrolyte Replacement products here! 

Fire Extinguishers

It is important to choose the correct fire extinguisher to properly put out a fire.  You need to match the potential threat with the proper type and class.   

It is important to match the right fire extinguisher with the type of fire that you could potentially be dealing with in your workplace or home.  Each extinguishing agent works differently to put out a fire.  It’s easy to determine the type of extinguisher that you need simply by knowing what materials could potentially be burning.  They are listed by a letter designation, A, B. or C.

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Badger 5 lb. Halotron 1 Fire Extinguisher

Badger 5 lb. Halotron 1 Fire Extinguisher

Regular Price: $263.73
On Sale For: $259.00
Class A - For paper, wood, cloth, rubber, plastic and trash - use an ABC or Water (APW)

Class B - For flammable liquids, gasoline, oil, solvents, lacquers and other
                oil based products, use a CO2 or BC

Class C - For energized electrical equipment (wiring, motors, controls, 
                machinery and appliances), use a CO2 or BC

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 Fire Extinguishers - Classes, Types and Use
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