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    I have a fire bottle that will be expiring in May of next year. Has anyone ever tried to send one back to the manufacture to have it re-certified and what does something like that generally cost. What would be the best way to ship it, I am assuming that its considered a hazardous product. I have been looking online at maybe just buying a new bottle but I havent really found anyone that just sells a replacement bottle without hardware. Any suggestions would be helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strong08 View Post
    I have a fire bottle that will be expiring in May of next year. Has anyone ever tried to send one back to the manufacture to have it re-certified and what does something like that generally cost. What would be the best way to ship it, I am assuming that its considered a hazardous product. I have been looking online at maybe just buying a new bottle but I havent really found anyone that just sells a replacement bottle without hardware. Any suggestions would be helpful.
    I might try a local fire extinguisher company and see if they can refill/check/re-certify it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billetbirdcage View Post
    I might try a local fire extinguisher company and see if they can refill/check/re-certify it.
    They can. My best friend works for Cintas and I had already inquired of it!

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