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When was the fire extinguisher invented?

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The first fire extinguisher of which there is any record was patented in England in 1723 by Ambrose Godfrey, a celebrated chemist. It consisted of a cask of fire-extinguishing liquid containing a pewter chamber of gunpowder. This was connected with a
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George William Manby invented the first fire extinguisher in 1813. He had observed the inability of firemen in Edinburgh to reach the upper floors of -MORE?
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Cut off the oxygen. Suffocate it. Use water or dirt. Or cover it completely with something so that no oxygen can get to it, and it will go out.
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George William Manby is the inventor of the fire extinguisher. His first fire extinguisher was made of a copper vessel in which there was some pearl ash mixture ...
Difficult to say, considering that he did not invent the portable fire extinguisher or anything like it. Perhaps you mean Thomas J Martin who had an 1872 patent ...
No, not really. A patent issued that year was entitled "Fire Extinguisher", issued to one Thomas J. Martin, but it was related exclusively to a systems ...
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