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Fire extinguishers have not changed much in the past 100 years. A large, heavy cylinder of compressed gas filled with a messy powder is an antiquated way to put out a fire.

Element uses a tested and proven technology, created for the space program, that fights fires on the molecular level. By chemically interrupting the chain of combustion, Element safely and effectively puts out fires without the mess, toxicity, or danger associated with a traditional extinguisher.


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Designed to fit in most glove boxes, the Element comes with a multi-purpose mounting bracket.  Magnetic brackets (for mounting on a toolbox or trunk lid, for example), and heavy-duty mounting brackets suitable for high vibration environments (as in a race car) are also available.


About the size of a road flare, the Element fire extinguisher has a discharge time of 50 seconds compared to about 12 seconds for a standard 5 lb. extinguisher while taking up almost 75% less space in your car, truck, or boat.  Furthermore, the Element extinguisher can be stored in hot, cold, or wet environments with no detrimental effects, and it never expires and never needs servicing.

Best of all, the Element extinguisher leaves no residual white-powder mess when deployed like traditional extinguishers.  Also, the Element is certified effective against all types of fires (A, B, C and K) while most home center extinguishers are good for only one or two types.

The buzz around this fantastic new product has been terrific, including segments on several MotorTrend shows.  Check out this YouTube video piece from Jay Leno’s Garage which shows the Element in action.

Element Is...

Longer lasting, smaller & lighter, easier to use, non-toxic, maintenance-free, clean (makes no mess)!

Element has been tested to work effectively in temperatures from -140F to +320F. Moreover Element’s solid construction and no moving parts makes it unaffected by harsh environments or humidity. Element can safely be stored in damp and wet environments, provided that the yellow cap covering the tip stays present allowing the tip to remain dry.

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