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Not true.

Jason Roehl
The dry chemical can settle and compact enough to where it doesn’t come out. Like someone else posted, it’s a good idea to, once a year (once a month is better) turn it upside down several times to “fluff” the chemical inside.

As part of my job, I have the pleasure of taking around the fire systems company once a year to check the 20-some extinguishers (along with checking the sprinkler and fire alarm system), inspect them once a month if my coworker is unable, and take the fire inspector around once a year.

Jason

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