Fire flappers

Fire flappers are wildland firefighting tools, designed for extinguishing minor fires within a limited area. They work by cutting off the oxygen supply to the fire through light swatting motions.

Fire flappers are often part of the standard equipment on a fire engine and should also be set up inside and around forests and heaths to allow for immediate action if a fire is seen, especially during the hot summer period.

Our flappers feature a sturdy fire-retardant rubber flap (500x400x4mm) and an ergonomic 1,5 m long handle. They are light (up to 2,5 kg in weight), well-balanced and easy to use.

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