Buckeye Model C-100-SE 100 lb. Carbon Dioxide Wheeled Fire Extinguisher Model Number 35100

Buckeye Model C-100-SE 100 lb. Carbon Dioxide Wheeled Fire Extinguisher Model Number 35100

Buckeye Model C-100-SE 100 lb. Carbon Dioxide Wheeled Fire Extinguisher Model Number 35100The Buckeye Model C-100-SE is one of two Carbon Dioxide wheeled fire extinguishers made by Buckeye. Both of which are sold by Online Safety Depot. Its lighter model frame, 40-foot hose, and well-balanced design allows for a single person to transport the unit through doorways, around corners and into hard to reach places to extinguish any Class B and/or Class C fires.

The Buckeye Model C-100-SE Is built with carbon steel cylinders and coated with a polyester epoxy topcoat that ensures its ability to withstand harsh environments and conditions that are needed for these types of fire extinguishers.

Wheeled fire extinguishers, such as the Buckeye Model C-100-SE, can be found in warehouses, commercial buildings, chemical plants, construction sites, storage units, refineries, shipboard use, research buildings, military bases, loading docks, and any other building, businesses or area where a more significant Class B and C fires may occur.

Buckeye Model C-100-SE Features:

Agent Capacity
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE has an agent capacity of 100lb. The extinguisher uses a carbon dioxide pressured gas as an agent which is ideal for Class B, and Class C fires.

UL Rating:
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE has a UL Rating of 20B:C. The breakdown of the UL rating for the Buckeye Model C-100-SE would look like this:

A = The Buckeye Model C-100-SE is not suitable for Class A Fires

B = The number 20 that precedes the letters B:C is the number of square feet that the extinguisher can cover or is able to extinguish. Therefore, a 20B equates to being able to extinguish 20 square feet of a Class B fire.

C = The C in the equation means the agent is non-conductive and could also be used on a Class C fire.

Note: The Buckeye Model C-100-SE can be used on Class C fires, and is often used for fires that involve sensitive equipment.

If you want to understand the UL Rating better, consider reading our other article titled, “Fire Extinguisher UL Rating: What it Means?

Type
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE is an Carbon Dioxide fire extinguisher.

Discharge Time and Range
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE has a discharge time of 80 seconds of continual spray and a range of 15 feet. However, environmental conditions such as the wind, temperature, or humidity may affect the effective discharge range.

Unit Weight
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE weighs a total of 416 lbs (189 kg).

Dimensions
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE is 65 inches (165.1 cm) in height, 30 inches (76.2 cm) in width and 21 inches (53.3 cm) in depth.

Hose
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE comes fitted with a 40-foot hose and is .50 inches in diameter.

Wheel Type and Size
The Buckeye Model C-100-SE comes with “No-Flat” solid rubber wheels that are 16 inches (40.6 cm) by 4 inches (10.2 cm).

Additional Features:
– Made in the USA
– Stored pressure unit
– DOT/TC compliant
– Steel frame
– UL/ULC approved
– Plated Brass valve and discharge nozzles
– Epoxy powder coating
– Meets the ANSI/UL 299 and ANSI/UL 711 standards

Related Questions

Is there a smaller Carbon Dioxide Wheeled Fire Extinguisher available?
Yes. Buckeye fire equipment makes a 50 lbs wheeled Carbon Dioxide fire extinguisher that is smaller than the Buckeye Model C-100-SE.
C-50-SE Carbon Dioxide (Buckeye)

Can the Buckeye Model C-100-SE be used on oil rigs or boat docks?
While the Buckeye Model C-100-SE built to withstand harsh environmental conditions, fire extinguishers that are used offshore on oil rigs or along the coastline where the extreme weather environment may cause rust or damage to the fire extinguisher, it is recommended that an offshore fire extinguisher is used.

Offshore fire extinguishers are coated with extra layers of galvanized compound to prevent rust and corrosion that may occur.

To better understand the difference between the standard wheeled fire extinguishers and the offshore wheeled fire extinguishers, consider reading our other article titled, “Offshore Fires: Fire Extinguisher Placement & Protection from the Environment”.

Can the Buckeye Model C-100-SE be used on sensitive electrical equipment?
YES!. Only fire extinguishers that use residue-free extinguishing agents, (clean agents) are suitable for sensitive electrical equipment. The two clean agent fire extinguisher types are Carbon Dioxide and Halotron I.

Read our other article titled, “What Type of Fire Extinguisher is Best for Sensitive Electrical Equipment?” or “Carbon dioxide Fire Extinguishers (C02) | Use, Classification and Model Designs.