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Residential & Domestic
Kitchen Fire Suppression 

kitchen fire suppression

Residential & Domestic Kitchen Fire Suppression

The KitchenSafe System is a fully automatic residential and domestic kitchen fire suppression system which uses state of the art digital technology to sense and respond to high temperatures and fire conditions.

The KitchenSafe fire suppression system has been developed to meet the requirements for domestic & residential kitchens and is Third party tested and approved to UL300A.

The system is the ideal solution to protect cook top areas for assisted living, student accommodation and domestic properties where the cook top is a major risk for either occupants or insurance providers.

KitchenSafe is quick and easy to install and compatible with all two, four and six burner ranges. It can be installed next to the appliance or inside a kitchen cupboard out of sight.

This unique system consists of an easy to clean stainless steel wall mounted cabinet which houses the agent tank and electronics. The system is supplied with a manifold which houses the nozzle(s), and stainless steel hoses which connect to the cabinet.

Quick, Clean, Convenient, Safe!

KitchenSafe operates automatically in the event of fire which removes the need or risk of a person attempting to fight the fire with conventional extinguishers or fire blankets. The system has a typical fire knock down time within 5 seconds of discharge, allowing the remaining discharge time to cool and render the affected area completely safe.

Following system activation the cooking area is easily cleaned down in minutes and ready for use, unlike conventional extinguisher types such as dry powder etc.

Remote Gas Detectors

The KitchenSafe system has a dedicated interface for remote gas detectors and can also be connected into a BMS or Fire Alarm system. If a fire occurs in a remote location such as student accommodation, an alarm can be raised in the central control area. Finally, a dedicated fuel supply shut off will automatically cut off gas and electric supplies if the system is discharged.

The system requires a 240v AC, 3 amp power supply.

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