No. Fire extinguisher brackets are designed specifically for the manufacturers unit and are part of the UL qualification testing. Use only those brackets that are specificed for the fire extinguisher you are installing.
With the use of engineered polymers and computer aided design, the Rusoh® Eliminator® replaces traditional heavy metal cylinders. The body and head are formed with precision through high-pressure injection molding, resulting in interchangeable parts with consistent properties, which in turn creates a superior unit.
You will need to consult your local Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) on the requirement. We recommend these inspections to ensure units are located properly and not damaged or vandalized. The inspections also provide an opportunity to fluff the chemical extinguishing agent, assuring that it is in the optimum fluid state for effective discharge.
We do not recommend removing the CO2 cartridge before completely discharging the unit. The extinguisher can still contain high pressure and cause injury and/or the contents to discharge. To release all pressure, invert the unit and tap lightly on the agent cartridge. Point the nozzle in a safe direction and squeeze the lever. Once the pressure is fully released, you can remove the CO2 cartridge.
Small amounts of agent can be vacuumed, using a HEPA-filter vacuum. Larger amounts should be mopped up using a mixture of water and baking soda to neutralize the agents acidic properties. Clean any electronics first, to prevent damage to components. Blow out with compressed air as a first step.