Designed to Protect Residential and Commercial Kitchens with Domestic Hoods and Appliances
We are very pleased to introduce the latest version of the Kitchensafe UL300a cooktop fire suppression system. The new “generation” features a smaller control panel and places the bottle outside the enclosure that contains the electronics. More mounting options, easier installation, and inspection as the suppressant cylinder is now visible and can be viewed at a glance.
Kitchensafe is a UL300a system and can be installed in commercial or residential kitchen when a residential rated hood and appliance are in use. Please contact Tom Coffin at 480-694-5234 with questions or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO INSTALL A COMPLETE KITCHENSAFE COOKTOP FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM!
ELECTRONIC CONTROL CENTER
FRONT PANEL SYSTEM STATUS
2-STAGE MONITORING ALARM
SECURELY FIXED NOZZLES
ELECTRONIC METRON DEVICE
RESET TOGGLE SWITCH
SHUNT & RELAY MONITOR
GAS PIPE SOLENOIDS
ALARM PULL STATION
HORN & STROBE MOUNT
OUR SYSTEMS ARE BUILT TO PROTECT COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL KITCHENS INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING.
- SENIOR LIVING RESIDENCES
- UNIVERSITY CAMPUS HOUSING
- DAY CARE FACILITIES
- HOSPITALS & SCHOOLS
- CATERING KITCHENS & BREAK ROOMS
- CHURCH FACILITIES
- APARTMENTS & HOTEL SUITES
- CUSTOM YACHTS
- AND MUCH MORE!
FIRE SUPPRESSION FAQ’s
Please contact us today for any further questions, comments or concerns. Your safety will always be our top priority!
A fire suppression system, like a fire sprinkler system, is used to extinguish or control fires, and is activated by heat, smoke, or a combination of the two.
Once the system detects a fire, the nozzles above the appliance will discharge wet chemicals. These wet chemicals are engineered to quickly put out fires by covering the flames and starving them of oxygen.
Kitchen fire suppression systems are also sometimes referred to as Kitchen Cooker Hood Suppression Systems.
Fire suppression systems should be used in buildings where a sprinkler system would be harmful or not effective.
Per manufacturer requirements, the kitchen hood suppression system is required to be inspected every 6-months.
Heads need to be replaced every 10-15 years.