Lifeline have very specific instructions relating to frequency of servicing, the lifetime expiry dates on bottles, and where Lifeline extinguishers should be serviced – they must always be serviced by a Lifeline approved agent.
With a view to helping you in understanding the servicing requirements of your own Lifeline extinguisher, we’ve produced this document so that you'll know what to look for on the main labels and service labels of your bottle.
As a servicing agent, whilst we service almost all Lifeline extinguishers, we need to know what information is on your label before you send us your bottle. We will then confirm whether or not we’re able to service your particular bottle.
What to look for on Pre-2018 Zero 2000 Fire Extinguisher bottles
In addition to the main label (above) there will also be a service label on the bottle (see below). This service label will only be found on bottles which have previously been serviced by a Lifeline approved service agent.
What to look for on Post-2018 Zero 2000 & Zero 360 Fire Extinguisher bottles (FIA List 16)
In addition to the main label (above) there will also be a service label. All Zero 2000 & Zero 360 Technical List 16 bottles MUST have a service label as well as the main label, even from new. Without a Lifeline service label we are unable to carry out a service.
What to look for on Pre-2018 Zero 360 Fire Extinguisher bottles
In addition to the main label (above) there will also be a service label on the bottle (as below) providing it has been serviced by a Lifeline approved service agent. This service label is the same as used on Pre-2018 Zero 2000 bottles and hand held bottles.
What to look for on Hand Held Fire Extinguisher bottles
The service label for the hand held bottles is the same as used on Pre-2018 Zero 2000 and Zero 360 bottles. As ever, if you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions. We are happy to help. * Please note, the extinguishers in the above images are used as examples, which may differ from your own.