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When you chose Ceasefire products for your premises, you chose the best in fire safety. But at some point, someone in your organisation may have opted for a cheaper local vendor for a refill. When do you need a Ceasefire authorized refill ? Ceasefire Refilling Process

Every Ceasefire Fire Extinguisher that comes to us for a refill undergoes the following standard process…

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1. The Fire Extinguisher is manually discharged / fired and emptied. 2. The extinguisher is then dismantled completely; cylinder is de-stressed. 3. The cylinder then is made to undergo a Hydro Static Pressure Test at 30kgf cm sq for 2 minutes check for leaks and the burst capacity. 4. The cylinder undergoes the fresh painting process by first, Static Charge Powder coating and then baking in Oven at 180 degrees for 15 minutes. 8. The Fire Extinguisher is then made to go through Leak tests. The first is an inverted beaker test in water.
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5. New extinguishing agent (powder, gas, water or foam) is filled in the cylinder through a vacuum based process that fills the cylinder with exact quantity of extinguishing agent. 6. New Discharge fitment mechanism including all new rubber seals, O rings, and hose pipe (EPDM with 50 kg burst capacity) are attached. 7. Fire extinguisher is charged (pressurized) with 99.99% pure nitrogen mixed with helium.
What you bought when you invested in ceasefire life saving equipment?
  • Ceasefire Manufacturing process:
  • A Ceasefire Fire extinguisher is manufactured confirming to highest standards to ensure zero scope of error at the time of need.
  • Cylinder made from best-in-class, IS 513 compliant, CRCA steel procured from
  • Tata Steel / SAIL / Essar Steel.
  • A state of the art blanking, circle cutting and 3 step deep drawn process that enables the cylinder to retains maximum strength & burst capacity.
  • Brass values manufactured by single piece forging and drilling by CNC machines.
  • MIG CO2 type welding of neck ring to host values and discharge fitments.
  • A computerized numbering machine that etches brand name, capacity and month & year of manufacture on the cylinder ensuring no duplication and easy recognition of genuine Ceasefire products.
  • Hydro Static Pressure Testing at 30kgf per cm sq to check cracks and burst capacity.
  • Eight Tank Process to clean the newly manufactured cylinders from oil & grease and makes it rust and corrosion proof. A coating of zinc phosphate creates an ideal surface for a durable powder coated paint.
  • Static Charged Powder Coated Paint where the paint powder is charged with + tive current and the cylinder with – tive current. This temporarily deposits the paint powder on the cylinder. The cylinder is then taken to an Oven and heated at 180 degrees for 15 mins.This makes the paint powder to melt resulting into a super fine and durable paint surface on the cylinder.
  • Powder (extinguishing agent) is filled with automatic filling machines that work on vacuum principle and ensures only the exact quantity of extinguishing powder is dispensed into the cylinder.
  • Propellant filling is done with 99.99% pure Nitrogen mixed with Helium and charged at 15 bar pressure for powder based and 10.5 bar pressure for water, foam and clean agent based extinguishers.
Ceasefire Manufacturing Process
Never go for Un-authorized Refill
Quality & endurance tests:
  • Before a Ceasefire extinguisher reaches you it undergoes a series of quality & endurance tests.
  • Two Leak Detection tests done on charged Fire Extinguishers. One is inverted beaker test in water which is the most natural and effecting method of leak detection followed by Mass Spectrometer Helium Leak Detection Test, the worlds most advanced leak detection technology available.
  • In addition, our Fire Extinguishers undergo 14 types of batch based tests before a Ceasefire Seal of Approval is put on them.
Quality & endurance tests