Who owns Pye Barker Fire and safety?

Who owns Pye Barker Fire and safety?

Aaron Jarrell
Pye-Barker Now In Kentucky! Owner Aaron Jarrell grew the business from a one man, one truck operation into the thriving, full-service fire protection company it is today, servicing a broad area with a robust customer base.

How many employees does Pye Barker have?

Company Growth (employees)

Employees (est.) (Jan 2022) 321
Revenue (Y, 2018) $67.4 M

Are fire extinguishers toxic?

Proper use of fire extinguishers is generally safe; however, there is some risk for mild respiratory, skin, or eye irritation. Use in areas with poor air flow, use with intent to harm someone, or intentional inhalation of fire extinguishers can produce serious toxicity and would require medical evaluation.

Can fire extinguishers explode?

What Causes Fire Extinguishers To Explode? Any sealed container under high enough pressure and exposed to intense heat can explode. The more rigid the container, the greater the chances of it bursting. Fire extinguishers are designed to handle the heat, so most likely will not explode under normal fire conditions.

Can a fire extinguisher make you sick?

Many fire extinguishers release a fine powder. They often contain sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), which comes out as a white powder. Inhalation of monoammonium phosphate and sodium bicarbonate can cause mild irritation to the nose, throat, and lungs and results in symptoms like shortness of breath and coughing.

Do fire extinguishers explode?

Can a fire extinguisher freeze?

A fire extinguisher canister made with water mist and pressurized water—as well as AFFF foam, FFFP foam and class K extinguishers—will freeze when left out in temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Most of these are made to put out electrical fires and class A fires, such as those involving paper, wood and textiles.

Can I leave a fire extinguisher in a hot car?

Most people will be able to store a fire extinguisher in their car. The only exception is due to extreme weather. Fire extinguishers can only be stored between -40 and 120 degrees Fahrenheit. It is likely that nothing will happen if you forget to take a fire extinguisher out of a car on an unexpectedly hot or cold day.

At what temperature does a fire extinguisher explode?

At temperatures above 120 degrees, the fire extinguisher will still function, but the discharge time may be a little shorter than the 9 to 10 seconds required by UL. UL requires the fire extinguisher to be able to withstand storage at 175 degrees without rupture.

Why choose Pye-Barker fire&safety?

This has earned us the trust of companies across the country, from small corner stores to large international manufacturers. Pye-Barker Fire & Safety originated in Georgia and expanded to serve the southeast through the acquisition of small businesses across the Carolinas, Florida, and Tennessee.

Why work at Pye-Barker?

At Pye-Barker, we’re always looking for professional individuals who share our vision of providing the highest-quality fire protection services and solutions to our customers and community.

Who is progresspye-Barker fire&safety?

Pye-Barker Fire & Safety originated in Georgia and expanded to serve the southeast through the acquisition of small businesses across the Carolinas, Florida, and Tennessee. In recent years, we have outgrown our southern roots by widening our acquisition efforts to include the whole country.

How do I contact Pye-Barker fire?

If you have a question or need an estimate, call 800-927-8610 or fill out the contact form. Pye-Barker Fire has grown through the acquisition of fire protection businesses across the country. Our team is proud to offer exit strategies for industry veterans ready to let go of the responsibilities of ownership.