NOTICE: Effective 01/01/2013, sales of StoveTop FireStop Kitchen Fire Suppressors are available only by the CASE of 5 pairs (10 units). Each sale is special order. Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. StoveTop FireStop Microhood StoveTop FireStop Microhood™ expands on the trusted design of the original by delivering the fire-suppressing powder to stovetops with a lower clearance. It attaches below microwave ovens or lower cabinetry 15-27 inches above the cooking surface. StoveTop FireStop Microhood offers residences with over-the-range microwaves reliable, automatic fire suppression. Cooking fires remain the number one cause of residential structure fires, with unattended cooking cited as the leading cause of these fires. With StoveTop FireStop, customers report an average of 99% reduction in fire claim costs. StoveTop FireStop Microhood offers residences with over-the-stove microwaves reliable, fully automatic fire protection. It keeps you from fumbling with a fire extinguisher or getting dangerously close to an out-of-control fire. Available in black or white to match your appliances, StoveTop FireStop Microhood dispenses fire-suppressing powder to stovetops with 15-27 inches between the bottom of microwave and cooking surface. StoveTop FireStop is America’s leading line of automatic stovetop fire suppressors, with a 35-year track record. Please note this is a special order item and may require additional shipping time. How does StoveTop FireStop Microhood work? 1. StoveTop FireStop Microhood attaches to the wall below microwave ovens or kitchen cabinetry. When flames from a grease fire on the front burner touch the bottom of the device, the front ramp opens. While the front ramp is designed to deliver fire-suppressing powder directly to the front burner, a rear canister will deliver powder to the back burner if needed. 2. Upon flame activation, the device emits a short “pop” noise, alerting the resident that the device has activated. The petals of the StoveTop FireStop canister open, releasing the fire-suppressing powder. 3. The powder pours out via the ramp and suppresses the fire in the pan. After the fire is out, the resident should turn off the burner to prevent re-ignition, if it is safe to do so. Watch the StoveTop FireStop Microhood in action: StoveTop FireStop Microhood Specifications Manufacturer’s PN 677-1 (Black) 677-2 (White) 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 Microwave oven overhead or other lower cabinetry Required Vertical Clearance (inches) 15-27″ between bottom of microwave and cooking surface Required Horizontal Distance From Back Wall (inches) Should be at least 14″ from back wall (back of stove) to lower front edge of microwave oven door Weight (ounces) 30 oz. Height (inches) 2.2″ Width (inches) 3.9″ Length (inches) 13.9″ (including mounting bracket) Installation Method Drywall anchors and screws (included) hold device to back wall, positioned below the microhood 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 5 years from date manufactured, or upon activation Testimonials: "Thank you for a wonderful product. We have 72 units here at Pecan Village Apartments. Both our Maintenance Supervisor and Maintenance Tech are full-time firefighters and part-time here. Your product has saved at least ten apartments from extensive fire damage and total loss of entire buildings. Our Maintenance Tech says, 'It's the best personal silent firefighter a home can have.'" — Lori Barnett Property Manager, Pecan Village Apartments, Real Property Services "A resident left a skillet burning and a fire started, but the flame was extinguished by StoveTop FireStop before too much damage could be done. This could have been a disaster in the apartment community. We are very glad that we had installed StoveTop FireStop." — Linda O'Neal Property Manager, Edgewood Drive Apartments - HSI Management Inc. "Royal American Management has been using StoveTop FireStop Automatic Fire Extinguisher in our apartments since 1994. Prior to installation of the product, we averaged a kitchen fire per month. We found that more fires occurred during the school months with school-age children fixing snacks on the stove and then leaving the burners on. Average cost of each fire was around $3,000.00. Since installing StoveTop FireStop, we seldom have kitchen fires and have calculated our cost savings from cooking fire-related losses at approximately $100,000.00. I have personally installed StoveTop FireStop in my home and would recommend this product to companies and individuals for both safety and loss control due to fires." — Bill Beaver Vice President, Maintenance Division - Royal American Management, Inc.