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Will my First Alert Smoke Detector be triggered by Cig smoke?

Will my First Alert Smoke Detector be triggered by Cig smoke?

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Fire Extinguishers: All mechanically propelled vessels less than 26’ (except outboards of open construction) must carry one B-1 USCG approved fire extinguisher. Mechanically propelled vessels 26’ to less than 40’ must carry two B-I USCG approved fire extinguishers. Mechanically propelled vessels 40’ to less than 65’ must carry three B-1 fire extinguishers. On any vessel one B-II may substitute for two B-I extinguishers. An approved fixed fire system would reduce the requirements by one B-I. Remember, fire extinguishers are required whenever: a vessel has an inboard engine, there are enclosed or permanently mounted fuel tanks, when there are closed living spaces or closed storage areas in which combustible or flammable materials are stored. Fire Class- Intended Use A)Ordinary solid combustibles B)Flammable liquids and gases C)Energized electrical equipment As you can see you could be talking about the size of the extinguisher or the type of fire it is to be used on. But the above explains it very well.
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