Chung Mei Fire Fighting Supplier Co., Ltd.
Fire extinguisher vase
Chung Mei Fire Fighting Supplier Co., Ltd., based in Taichung, was founded in 1970. We are the first professional manufacturer of fire alarm systems in Taiwan, dedicated to the development of fire alarm and disaster prevention equipment.
Recently, we have been actively developing various household disaster prevention equipment, all of which are designed and made in Taiwan. We work with the core ideas of "safety, innovation, easy operation," trying to change the impression that disaster prevention equipment is heavy and difficult to operate.
In addition to domestic channels, we have been working with distributors in the Philippines, Cambodia, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar and other countries for a long time, providing products and services steadily.
1. “Throw to put out the fire. A guardian of fire fighting in the home.”
* Beautiful and useful. Prevent disasters in daily life.
* Extremely simple. Just throw the vase, and the fire is out.
* Suitable for fires of A, B, C classes.
* Extinguishing agent storage life: 10 years.
* Made of unique materials that are eco-friendly and recyclable.
* Made in Taiwan. Quality guaranteed.
3. We conducted a survey in 2019 with almost 4000 people participated. It showed that almost everyone agreed disaster prevention was indispensable. However, more than 50% of the people surveyed have never bought a fire extinguisher or did not know how to use one, which is unbelievable to us.
As to the reasons, we concluded that people have the impression that fire extinguishers are heavy, complicated, not appealing, and bulky. Therefore, we started to study what sizes and shapes of extinguishers are acceptable to the public. They must not be odd at home. We have done numerous tests and modifications, hoping to create the perfect product.
The fire extinguisher vase is not supposed to replace common fire extinguishers or existing fire fighting equipment; it is our intention to make the concept of disaster prevention becomes a habit. According to statistics in Japan, as much as 80% of fires can be controlled and damage contained if fire fighting is executed in the early stage. This is the direction we are working for. Disasters are unpredictable, but the correct concept and thorough prevention can be the best remedy.