Emergency Alarm Horn Hand Held Airhorn
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- £9.79 (ex VAT)
- £11.75 (inc VAT)
Portable Emergency Air Horn - New Design
Use this hand-held airhorn as a temporary fire alarm or for hazard warning in emergencies and building evacuations. The emergency horn is an inexpensive method of alerting people in the vicinity of danger. The horn delivers a high pitch sound that is audible at distances of up to 1500m away.
New patented technology on the market as an alternative to traditional aerosol propellants such as HFC's uses carbon dioxide. This propellant is Carbon Dioxide: Non-flammable, Non-toxic, Environmentally benign, Eliminates the risk of Volatile Substance Abuse, No reduction of indoor air quality (IAQ) and conforms to the 2015 EU regulations. Safety Data Sheet (pdf) MSDS
- suitable for use during fire drills and evacuations
- no need for batteries or mains electricity
- can produce up to 30 2-second blasts
- hand held air horn is a compact and portable device
- ideal for building sites, schools, conference centres, offices etc
- produces 110Db (audible at distances of up to 1500m)
- non-flammable propellant: activated carbon/carbon dioxide
- environmentally friendly; contains no CFC or HFC GWP (Global Warming potential) of 1
- ideal for use on building sites and as a temporary measure during alarm installation
- to operate, simply press down on the plastic trumpet - to stop, release trumpet
- multiple uses: fire safety, boat safety, fog warning, evacuations, temporary alarm, golf courses or other emergencies
- air horn refills and air horn storage box available
Warning: Pressurised container. Protect from sunlight, heat, sparks and flames. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50° C
Please note: this item cannot be shipped by air for safety reasons (UN1950), please allow for slower delivery to some parts of the UK.
From January 1st 2015, EU companies can no longer manufacture or sell aerosol gas horns that use hydro fluorocarbon gas. Fluorinated gases have a high global warming potential (GWP). A European Union Regulation (EU 517-2014) aims to reduce this major contributor to climate change.