Cooking, smoking, heating, and electrical
An electrical fire is a class "C" fire. A Class "C" fire is actually a class "A" or "B" fire that is caused by electrical current.
automobile automobile what about electronics & telecommunication? I my opinion electrical is best!
Overloading the circuit or a device like a power strip will cause the wiring to heat up at it's weakest point and can result in fire, it can also cause insulation to melt resulting in an electrical short.
Automobile power engineering is better if you are making an automobile, but worse if you making a computer or a TV set.
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In the USA an electrical fire is Class C, so you would use a Class BC or ABC for an electrical fire. In other places, electrical fire is Class E. You would use a dry-chemical, CO2, or "clean agent" (Halon) for an electrical fire, as well as TURNING OFF the electric supply.
The device that protects the home from the start of an electrical fire is an electrical breaker or in some older homes a fuse system.
Not normally. However electrical technicians and electricians are probably necessary in larger workshops.
A Class C fire extinguisher.
If the fire is small, use a fire extinguisher that is designed for electrical fires. If the fire is too large to control, get out of the building and call 911.
Well a class e fire would be an electrical fire, electrical fires are fires involving potentially energized electrical equipment in Australia. In the U.S. we categorize electrical fires class c.