Rangehood

 

A Fireman in a Can

The original, best-selling StoveTop FireStop is a small automatic fire suppressor for traditional range hoods 27-35 inches above the cooking surface. It mounts under the range hood using an industrial-strength magnet.

StoveTop FireStop Rangehood Specifications

Manufacturer’s PN 675-3
Intended Use Small, residential stovetop frying pan fires (not deep-fat frying)
Activation Method Automatic, when flame reaches device
Powder Dispersal Method Gravity (non-pressurized)
Primary Suppression Agent Non-toxic dry powder
Type of Vent Hood Traditional vent hoods
Required Vertical Clearance 27-35″ between the burner and the bottom of the surface where the magnet will attach
Required Horizontal Distance From Back Wall Not applicable (center one device over each side of the stovetop, between front and rear burners)
Weight Canisters each weigh 12 oz. but contain 9 oz. of powder
Height 3.5″ (including magnet assembly)
Length 3.4″ (diameter)
Width 3.4″ (diameter)
Installation Method Industrial strength magnets (included) hold device to vent hood. Stainless steel fastening kit available upon request
Number of Devices Needed to Cover Four-Burner Stove Two (one pair)
Tests Performed Device and suppression agent tested by an independent Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL)
Lifetime Replace after six years from date manufactured or upon activation
Download our StoveTop FireStop Rangehood information sheet here.

"I retired from the fire service at the end of 2005 after 37 years with the Department of Defense Fire Service. Our mission was to protect the military community and their families. We averaged around 14 kitchen fires a month throughout the region with extensive damage. I then installed the StoveTop FireStop in all the military housing. Your products activated and extinguished the fire in the early stages. I now live in Gig Harbor, Washington, and have the units in my home. I do believe in your units and was proud to have the chance to see them in action."

— Dan Marshall
Retired Regional Chief - The U.S. Department of Defense Fire Service

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