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Extinguish

Retire or pay off debt.

Extinguish

To cause a security to cease to exist. This especially applies to debt securities; for example, when a bond matures, it is said to be extinguished. See also: Repay.
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Since there is a large number of process industries, textile industrial units and others are not well equipped with latest Fire Suppression system thus most of them are dependent on a small number of different fire extinguishers.
For those who can't carry the whole fire extinguisher from its cradle to where the fire is, they can drag it and follow the same principles above.
The following chart gives a quick guide line for using portable fire extinguishers against each class of fire.
The dry chemical fire extinguishers dominated the fire extinguisher market during 2014 with a market share of around 34%.
With thousands of fire extinguishers to inspect, D'Angelo needed a better way to manage inventory and speed up maintenance repairs.
He added that many school buildings lack basic facilities like ventilation, fire extinguishers and proper exit points to be used during an emergency.
HOW TO USE IT: Almost all fire extinguishers have a safety pin in the handle.
The installers wired a connection between the monitor module, which is connected to the fire-alarm system, and the EN-Gauge system on each fire extinguisher.
with facilities in Massachusetts and Mexico, commands a major share of the fire extinguisher pressure gauge market in the United States and is considered a visionary for growth in the fire protection industry.
ISLAMABAD -- The public transport, plying on different routes of the Capital, apparently has no care about the safety of passengers as there have been no safety measures including installation of fire extinguishers.
The type that you'll find in your car is a dry chemical powder (DCP) fire extinguisher that weighs between one to two kilograms," Mohammad Abdul Salam, the operations manager at Al Aman Fire Fighting Equipment Manufacturing, said.
People believe that they know how to use it but in practice it is a very different scenario because the fire extinguisher is a lot heavier than it looks, so they need to be trained,''