Fire Ready Hood

The fire ready hood operates both as a functional hood and a fire suppression system. The exhaust fan can either be manually operated with the face-mounted dial, or automatically based on the hood temperature, which is monitored by an onboard controller. If the hood temperature is elevated beyond normal operation, the controller will automatically disable the appliance via the factory-supplied appliance disconnect. An audible alarm and dry contact will be engaged to alert occupants and building alarms of elevated temperatures. If the temperature continues to rise, the agent will be released through the nozzles directed at the appliance and exhaust duct.

Product Features & Advantages:

  • UL 300A Listed Rated for use as a residential range top extinguisher unit
  • Onboard Controller Monitors hood temperature to alert occupants of fire risk
  • Appliance Disconnects – Safely disable the appliance, for gas, electric and combination utility appliances.
  • Easy Installation – The system is pre-charged from the factory, reducing installation time.
  • Peace of Mind – Fusible links are a reliable method of mechanically actuating a fire suppression system.
  • Flexible – Discharge cooking odors out the top or rear, or opt for a recirculation model with a charcoal filter.
  • Meets Code – The Fire Ready Hood complies with IMC, IFC and UMC. The Life Safety Code (NFPA101) recommends the Fire Ready Hood as a means of protection in residential healthcare facilities, where cooking occurs for 30 or less persons. (Section

Fire Ready Hood FAQ

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Options and Accessories

  • Manual Pull Kit – Allows for manual actuation of fire suppression system
  • Handicapped Accessible Kit – Remotely mount fan and light controls for easy access
  • Lockable Appliance Timer (Clock Box) - Locks out cooking equipment unless enabled by medical staff


ICC Evaluation Service Listed - Certified to comply with:

  • 2015, 2012 and 2009 International Mechanical Code (IMC)
  • 2015, 2012 and 2009 International Fire Code (IFC)
  • 2012 and 2009 Uniform Mechanical code (UMC)
  • UL 507
  • UL Subject 300A
  • ICC-ES LC1031-2012
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