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Formula as the material in it, or Formula has they measure it? either way is yes. Water Pressure Extinguishers have water in them. AFFF Pressure Extinguishers have water and a foam called AFFF in them. Dry Chemical Extinguishers have most of the time, either Monoammonium Phosphate or Potassium Phosphate in them Dry Powder Extinguishers (also known as Class D) are a variety of sands and salts and powerders with names such as met-l-x, Alu-X, Lith-X among others. CO2 Extinguishers have Carbon Dioxide in them Food Grade Extinguishers (Class K) have Sodium Bicarbonate Slurry or something similar that can be injested with little problems. Acid Extinguishers have Sodium Bicarbonate or other base and some sort of Acid in them C-Tet Extingishers have Carbon Tetra-Chloride (The last 2 are dangerous to use and in some areas illegal to be used as regular extingishers. Halognated agent extinguishers (Halon 1211 and 1301) have Halon in them Halon replacements have FM-200 or various other new fancy compounds in them that work the same way without so much damage to the ozone. Now the formulas for the catagories.. A class A extingisher is for normal combustibles. a 1A (or A-1) will put out the same as 1-1/4 gallons of water. a 2A will do 2-1/2 gallons of water. a 4A will do 5 gallons of water etc etc etc. Class B extinguishers are rated by the square feet that a minimally trained person can put out of a flammable liquid. Class C have no rating except they do not conduct electricity normally Class D have no rating as they are specific for certain products Class K have no rating as it is mearly listed as Food-Grade and Commercial Kitchen approved extinguishers.
So is his realtor the property manager? If so then the property manager should be doing all of the showing and inspections. I think that a quarterly inspection is sufficient and even a little excessive. It sounds like the guy doesn't want a renter but has to have one to cover the expenses until the house sells. The laws vary from state to state but in most states the property management has to notify the tenant IN WRITING at least 24 hours before arriving at the property. Alot of owners think that they can do whatever they want because they own the property. This is absolutely unacceptable! This is your home until the lease is up. Reasonable inspections and maintenance is standard but that's were it should end. You said that he has entered multiple times without consent. I would seriously consider trying to catch it on video and you should think about recording your conversations to protect yourself against future legal actions. Let me know if you have anymore questions. I have been through this. Good Luck