H3R Performance Premium Fire Extinguishers Now Available Through Atech Motorsports

H3R Performance Premium Fire Extinguishers Now Available Through Atech Motorsports

H3R Performance, Inc. recently announced that Atech Motorsports is the newest wholesale distributor of the company's premium lines of automotive fire extinguishers. H3R Performance products are now available through Atech Motorsports' website and three warehouses located near Akron, OH, Reno, NV, and Atlanta, GA.

H3R Performance, Inc. recently announced that Atech Motorsports is the newest wholesale distributor of the company’s premium lines of automotive fire extinguishers. H3R Performance products are now available through Atech Motorsports’ website and three warehouses located near Akron, OH, Reno, NV, and Atlanta, GA.

H3R Performance provides the automotive aftermarket with UL-listed fire extinguishers that are legal to sell in all 50 states, and are made in the U.S.A. H3R Performance’s premium lines, HalGuard and MaxOut, give consumers reliable protection in case of a vehicle fire.

Located in Tallmadge, OH, Atech Motorsports is a leading distributor of high performance parts to professional engine builders, speed shops and automotive machine shops.

HalGuard “clean agent” extinguishers are a unique new offering. They do not leave a messy residue – desirable when protecting classic collector, high performance, tuner and race cars. MaxOut extinguishers contain an effective dry chemical agent. Both HalGuard and MaxOut are effective on flammable liquid fires and do not conduct electricity back to the operator – two important considerations when dealing with the types of fires most likely to occur in an automotive environment.

MaxOut and HalGuard are available in 1 and 2.5 lb. rechargeable red or chrome-plated bottles. They sport high-quality steel cylinders, all-metal valve construction, and aviation-quality mounting brackets.

For more information on H3R Performance fire extinguishers, call (800) 249-4289 or visit www.h3rperformance.com. For more information on Atech Motorsports, call (800) 517-1040 or visit www.AtechMotorsports.com.

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