A manufacturer of quality fire extinguishers, AKE Safety Equipment utilizes a proprietary blend of liquid gases that makes its products ideal for the home environment. With the vast majority of fire fatalities occurring in residences and on home properties, AKE Safety Equipment STOP-FYRE offers a fast and effective solution that is no scam, and is easy to use in emergency situations. With kitchens particularly susceptible to conflagrations, using the wrong extinguisher can have severe consequences. In particular, fire extinguishers with dry chemicals can ruin countertops, cabinets, and valuable heirlooms. STOP-FYRE simply stops flames in their tracks, with no accompanying mess. When the fire involves electronics or electric wiring, STOP-FYRE similarly does not harm the equipment and (just as importantly) does not act as an electrical conductor. When fires occur in the chimney, STOP-FYRE also presents an optimal solution. The liquid gas is drawn to the fire rapidly, even when it is in hard-to-reach or concealed parts of the chimneys.
AKE Safety Equipment manufactures one of the world’s most reliable fire extinguishers. Not only is the company endorsed by firefighters, but is also owned and operated by one. AKE Safety Equipment regularly contributes to the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Organization and has memberships with the the National Fire Protection Association, Minnesota Association of Farm Mutual Insurance Companies, and the Better Business Bureau. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has been in service for more than 100 years, overseeing business practices in the United States and Canada. The organization’s responsibilities include setting marketplace standards and publicly discrediting substandard business behavior. Most recently, the organization warned of pink “donation bags” left on several residential doorknobs in Charlotte, Atlanta. The bags belong to the religious organization Nspire Center, which has received an ‘F’ rating from the BBB. The BBB has not been able to determine where donations placed in these bags go or who they help. The Bureau has requested information from Nspire Center several times over the last several years without response, specifically inquiring into an alleged $7 million federal tax return in 2006, despite Nspire claiming only $500,000 in their most profitable year.