Does an Air-Water have a Schrader Valve?

A schrader valve is a type of universal one-way pneumatic valve that is used for all types of car, truck, motorcycle and some bicycles to inflate the vehicle tires. Most modern air-water portable fire extinguishers and air-foam fire extinguishers include a schrader valve in the next of the valve assembly to pressurise the fire extinguisher with compressed air or other inert gas.

Fire Extinguisher Schrader Valve

Most modern air-water portable fire extinguishers and an air-foam fire extinguishers can be recharged on site after use in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations.

These fire extinguishers are fitted with a type of pneumatic valve called a schrader valve to enable a competent person to pressurise the fire extinguisher after its contents has been replaced.

A schrader valve is a type of pneumatic valve that is used for all types of car, truck, motorcycle and some bicycles to inflate the vehicle tires. A schrader is also a popular type of valve used by industry for other applications where a pressurised gas is required to pressurise or inflate a container or vessel.