Buckeye Model W-150 150 lb. Halotron I Model Number 71501

Buckeye Model W-150 150 lb. Halotron I Model Number 71501

Buckeye Model W-150 150 lb. Halotron I Model Number 71501The Buckeye Model W-150 Halotron I wheeled fire extinguisher is one of the most popular wheeled units for fires that involve sensitive equipment that Online Safety Depot carries. Its light model frame, 50-foot hose, and well-balanced design allow for a single person to transport the unit through doorways, around corners and into hard to reach places to extinguish any Class A, Class B and/or Class C fires.

The Buckeye W-150 can be fitted with a tow loop on the top of the unit making it easy to transport by any vehicle that has a hitch installed. The steel frame of the Buckeye W-150 is designed to deliver exceptional performance and withstand harsh environments that are often found along the coastline and on oil rigs.

Wheeled fire extinguishers, such as the Buckeye W-150, can be found in warehouses, commercial buildings, electronic data storages, military electronics, airports, aircraft/vehicle and or boat service centers, chemical plants, construction sites, storage units, loading docks, and any other building, businesses or area where a more significant fire involving sensitive electrical equipment may occur.

Buckeye Model W-150 Halotron I Features:

Agent Capacity
The Buckeye W-150 has an agent capacity of 150lb. The extinguisher uses Halotron I as the agent which is ideal for Class A, Class B, and Class C fires.

UL Rating:
The Buckeye W-150 has a UL Rating of 10-A:120B:C. The breakdown of the UL rating for the Buckeye Model W-150 would look like this:

A = Class A fire and the amount of chemicals/agent in the wheeled fire extinguisher equivalent to the amount of water the extinguisher holds equal to 1.25 gallons of water. The number 10 that precedes the class fire letter A is the number of equivalents. Therefore, the 10A equates to 12.5 gallons of water extinguishing capability (10 x 1.25 = 12.5).

B = The number 120 that precedes the letters B:C is the number of square feet that the extinguisher can cover or is able to extinguish. Therefore, a 120B equates to being able to extinguish 120 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 W-150 can be used on Class C fires and is designed to be used on fires that involve sensitive electrical equipment. The agent (Halotron I) is a clean agent and residue free.

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 W-150 is an Halotron I fire extinguisher.

Discharge Time and Range
The Buckeye W-150 has a discharge time of 30 seconds of continuous spray and a range of 23-36 feet, depending on environmental conditions such as the wind, temperature, or humidity.

Unit Weight
The Buckeye W-150 weighs a total of 396 lb (180 kg).

Dimensions
The Buckeye W-150 is 62 inches (157.5 cm) in height, 24 inches (61 cm) in width and 41.5 inches (105 cm) in depth.

Hose
The Buckeye W-150 comes fitted with a 50-foot hose and is .75 inches in diameter.

Wheel Type and Size
The Buckeye W-150 comes with Semi-pneumatic rubber wheels that are 16 inches (40.6 cm) by 4 inches (10.2 cm).

Additional Features:
– Made in the USA
– Stored pressure unit
– USCG approved for marine use
– DOT/TC compliant
– Steel frame
– 6 year manufacture warranty
– Tow loop option available
– Galvanized compound undercoating
– Meets the ANSI/UL 299 and ANSI/UL 711 standards

Related Questions

Is there a smaller Wheeled Halotron I Fire Extinguisher available?
Yes. The following wheeled Halotron fire extinguishers are smaller than the Buckeye W-150.
W-65 Halotron (Buckeye)

Can the Buckeye W-150 be used on oil rigs or boat docks?
YES! the Buckeye W-150 is USCG approved, fire extinguishers and is designed and used for offshore oil rigs or along the coastline where the harsh weather environment may cause rust or damage to the fire extinguisher.

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 W-150 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 “Halotron Fore Extinguishers | Use, Classification and Model Designs.”