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Fire equipment made in france

Since the acquisition of its supplier of deep-drawn parts for its fire extinguishers, Chevalier Bertrand, in 1981, the Eurofeu group has controlled the entire fire extinguisher manufacturing process.

From the production of the extinguisher bodies, plastics technology, welding, painting and assembly to quality control, Eurofeu has the production capabilities necessary to design any type of extinguisher, including water, powder and CO2 extinguishers, trolley extinguishers, extinguishers with eco-friendly additives, and cartridge-type and stored-pressure extinguishers.

We have adopted an environmental and sustainable development policy with the aim of protecting our natural environment and those who use our products. Our products, our business practices and our services reflect our commitment to the environment.

We build innovation and our vision of sustainable development into every aspect of our business.

Our 21,500 m² industrial site is therefore ISO 14001 certified and our production unit has obtained ISO 9001 certification to ensure the best level of quality with your safety in mind. Find out more about the ISO 14001 standard.

Most of our ranges also feature the "Origine France Garantie" label.

Key figures

 

3,100

extinguishers produced  

every day

 

 

 

21,500 m² 

Production unit

+ warehouses

 

38 tonnes

of products dispatched

every day

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