A fire sand bucket, also known as a Fire Bucket, is a steel bucket filled with sand for putting out fires. They are prominently displayed in rooms or passageways. They're a low-tech way of putting out minor fires. The main benefits of fire buckets are that they are inexpensive, dependable, and simple to use. Fire buckets are normally designed with a round bottom so that they can't be utilized for anything else. On fire bucket stands, fire buckets are suspended. Sand should be added to the pail. Pour the sand over the fire, fully erasing the flames. The sand will suffocate the fire by cutting off its carbon dioxide supply. When the fire appears to be extinguished, move the sand and keep an eye out for hot areas.