Fire Extinguisher Balls: The Innovative Tool For Easy Extinguishing

Fire Extinguisher Ball

It is really scary to think about fire happening at your home. With appropriate preparation, we can handle a fire situation in the right way. This article walks you through a trending breakthrough in the firefighting technology, which is “fire extinguishing balls”.

Let’s begin by watching this video of how those balls work:

How it works?

You can see how easy it is working with these balls to distinguish a fire. Also, children, adults, and seniors can simply use the balls in case of active fire since it is compact and light in weight. This is how it works:

Place the balls in locations where there is an increased risk of fire. For example, about the stove, over electrical equipment or any other potential area.

In the event of fire, just roll, toss, or slide the fire extinguishing ball to the active fire. The ball becomes effective within roughly 3 to 10 seconds.


Compact & lightweight

The diameter of fire extinguishing balls is 150 mm and weighs about 1.5 kg. Although compact, these balls are capable to tackle most types of fire including A Class – Solid burning materials; B Class – Liquid burning materials; C Class – Fire involving combustibles; E Class – Electrical Fires; K Class – Kitchen Fires.


Chemicals exist in the dry-powder used in fire extinguishing balls is non-toxic and non-hazardous for you, your family, and even pets.

In addition, balls allow for mitigating fire without being any close to the fire. This is actually incredibly safe!


If you were unfortunate to watch a fire before. You will know that there is a crucial point where you can efficiently extinguish the fire before it spreads to everything else.

Fire extinguishing ball automatically actives to extinguish a fire once it senses flames. Within 3 to 10 seconds, your fire device will self-activate and extinguish the fire. Thus, if place properly, balls will activate without the need for any person to smell odor of burning.

It is important to note that balls do react to high temperatures, only to actual flames.