If a fire should break out on the range, StoveTop FireStop is activated when a flame comes in direct, sustained contact with the fuse. When activated, it makes a loud “pop” noise to alert the tenant and releases a fine, dry powder over the flames to safely suppress the fire. Once the fire is safely suppressed, the burner should be turned off. Since it is activated automatically, it doesn’t require human intervention. While it’s not possible to make sure every tenant is doing what’s necessary to prevent kitchen cooking fires, there are steps you can take to safeguard apartments. Education, the proper tools and a powerful fire suppression system can help your building’s tenants from becoming the latest statistics in apartment cooking fires.
SHARA LIMOGES Account Manager StoveTop FireStop firstname.lastname@example.org
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