Fake Fire Extinguishers Seized in China
October 2, 2012 | by Renz Baxa

China is all too well-known for its imitation products. From branded shirts to even food items, the Chinese continue to soar in this industry.

In fact, they are discovering ways to replicate almost everything. And I mean everything.

In Chengdu, police officials recently seized almost ten-thousand fake fire extinguishers.

How were these faked?

Instead of releasing the normal fire-stopping powdery agent they’re supposed to release, the fake ones spit out flour.

A test was conducted to see the difference between both the original and the fake ones. The results were obvious and immediate. The real thing extinguished flames in the blink of an eye. However, the imitation was a big failure. It actually took two of the fake fire extinguishers to put out the fire, in essence simply smothering the fire to death.

You can see the video here.

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Renz Baxa

Renz Baxa

Lawrence Baxa, or Renz as his friends call him, is a writer living in the Philippines. He admits that even though he is new to the writing industry, he is very willing to learn and improve as a writer. Renz loves to play basketball, and spends most of his time in front of the computer; surfing the net and playing online games. He dreams to be a well – known chef someday. He also serves their parish by holding youth camps and helping in events that help other children become closer to God.
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