Where to Store Your Fire Extinguisher
Someone runs through the office to get to a meeting. They end up bashing into your fire extinguisher. The extinguisher is damaged, the money you spent on it is wasted, and your office is completely exposed should there be a fire. This is why the purchase of a storage facility to protect your fire extinguisher from damage is essential. But how can fire extinguishers be best stored? That depends completely on where you will be using the fire extinguisher.
If the extinguisher is for your office, then a cabinet, where the extinguisher will be held securely in place, but can easily be accessed if needed, would be ideal. Another great use of cabinets is if you are outside, around children, and need to store your fire extinguisher in a facility which they will be unable to access.
If you are looking to use your fire extinguisher outside and do not have to take these extra precautions, then a cover would provide ample protection while maintaining sufficiently easy portability. If you are driving, then a locked box will secure your fire extinguisher from damage from other bags in your vehicle, or sharp turns.