Hey ya'll! So today my division was on maintenance and what i did today was really busy. I got to walk around the whole ship and test and check every fire extinguisher that the ship has, including the lifeboats. We made sure that the dry chemical that the extinguishers use was not stuck to the bottom, so we shook them up to help break up any packed dry chemical that was stuck to the bottom.
Here is a little fun fact: dry chemical is a form of fire suppression like water, but the dry chemical can work on any type of fire.
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Salvador, thanks for talking about your work with all of the fire extinguishers aboard the TS Kennedy. Hopefully, this will get our student followers asking questions about when and how often fire extinguishers are tested back on land. Even a short blog can have a big impact.
We always look forward to hearing from you.