Sunlight Supply Presents: Flame Defender – Fire Extinguisher for Indoor Growing Environments

Sunlight Supply, Inc. www.sunlightsupply.com The Flame Defender is an automatic self contained fire extinguisher that requires no plumbing or wiring — just simply install by attaching vertically to the wall or ceiling. The Flame Defender is a multi-purpose dry chemical extinguisher suitable for electrical fires. Available in 3 sizes. ABC Rated. “The Cheapest Insurance Policy You Can Buy”. Available exclusively from Sunlight Supply, Inc. Specializing in the wholesale of indoor horticulture, organics and hydrogardening supplies. About Sunlight Supply Founded in 1995, Sunlight Supply, Inc., is a Vancouver, WA based manufacturer and distributor of specialty gardening supplies. Our product offering of over 4000 different products include everything needed for indoor, hydroponic, organic and greenhouse gardening. We also distribute a wide variety of products for the outdoor gardener. Sunlight Supply is a wholesale only business, selling our products exclusively through our Authorized Dealer Partners. Our exclusive brands include Sun System brand grow lights, Sun Blaze T5 HO Fluorescent grow lights, Galaxy Digital Ballasts, Master Blaster 1500 watt Digital Ballasts, Adjust a Wings, Phresh Carbon Filters, Ultra Sun horticultural lamps, Eco Plus, Ideal Air, Titan Controls, Flame Defender Fire Extinguishers, Mother Earth, Gro Pro and many more. Sun System has become the #1 leading brand of grow lights for indoor and greenhouse gardening. Whether you are a hobbyist growing one
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13 Responses to “Sunlight Supply Presents: Flame Defender – Fire Extinguisher for Indoor Growing Environments”

  1. threewhitedaisies Reply April 15, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    sunlight supply does it again! i got this recently and i love it!

  2. thegallandfamily Reply April 15, 2012 at 3:51 pm

    Sunlight Supply you have really out done yourself! I feel much better now that I have the Flame Defender installed!

  3. SUNLIGHT SUPPLY! 

  4. THIS IS SO COOL! FLAME DEFENDER!!!!!!!

  5. THere is another video out there that shows the fire start and get put out. That would be a good one to watch if you’re considering a purchase.

  6. Got it, that was a good demonstration, now apply that to a 4×8 or 10×10 tent and start the fire on the opposite end. Like I said before, it is a great idea, however i think i need to see field test before i would rely on something like that.

  7. There’s another video showing this in a Grow Hut that isn’t even zipped shut with a fire in it. It’s called Flame Defender Demonstration.

  8. Great Idea, but I would bet against anyone that in a real fire, lets say an area of 5×9, this will not put out a fire. The video is a nice display piece for this product, however it has no scientific proof as to the true fire suppression ability. However, if you were to install 4-5 6kg defenders in the same 5X9 area, you would stand a better chance of of protection or surviving a fire. Build some credibility in this product by showing actual field tests. Thank you!

  9. whats the music!? i must have that music!!

    extinguisher is the balls by the way!

  10. Certified is incorrect. A,B, & C refers to which class of fires the agent is suitable to extinguish. What you call ‘Certification’ usually means UL or FM listing/approval which you don’t have. Are the cylinders approved for interstate shipping by the U.S. DOT???

  11. Fires are categorized according to the material which is burning. Different kinds of fires require different methods to put them out. ABC is the acronym for an extinguisher certified for A, B, and C type fires. A is common fuels like wood, B is for flammable liquids, and C is for charged electrical fires. Using the right type of fire extinguisher is very important when dealing with a fire. Always follow safety and use instructions printed on the outside of the container.

  12. hey thats a great idea and looks good ill def buy one but u should put out a fire not just show it working

  13. Wow! This is on my x-mas list for sure.