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Exam ASIS-CPP topic 1 question 429 discussion

Actual exam question from ASIS's ASIS-CPP
Question #: 429
Topic #: 1
[All ASIS-CPP Questions]

A carbon tetrachloride extinguisher would not be used on the following type of fire?

  • A. Fire involving gasoline
  • B. Fire involving grease
  • C. Fire in a live transformer
  • D. Fire in closed spaces
  • E. All of the above
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1 year, 3 months ago
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE is a commonly used liquid in fire extinguishers to combat small fires. It has no flash point, it is not flammable. However, when heated to decomposition, it will emit fumes of extremely toxic phosgene and of hydrogen chloride.
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