Advanced Fire Safety for Housing Providers
Invisible cooking fire safety and protection for residents of housing providers. Airis prevents fires and significantly reduces smoke in the kitchen, keeping the individual and their home safe.
Airis Prevents Fires Intelligently
Airis uses a unique patented temperature measurement technique to accurately measure the temperature of pans on a hob.
Measuring the temperature of the pan is difficult because different materials radiate differently. In fact, when a simple infrared thermometer is used, a stainless steel pan at 100C might be read as 50C. Airis is the only device that overcomes this problem.
Fire Safety for Assisted Living and Extra Care
Airis provides advanced fire safety and increased independence in housing for vulnerable people, whether in permanent or temporary accommodation or in rehabilitation. Airis can provide additional monitoring and support via Airis Cloud, enabling staff to better monitor and care for their residents.
Stop Fires in Student Accommodation
Airis is the UK’s most popular and reliable fire prevention technology in UK Student Accommodation. Airis reduces fire service call-outs, false alarms and investigations and makes life easier for staff, and safer and less stressful for students.
For student accommodation providers, Airis allows for a significant reduction in fire alarm activations without ongoing maintenance charges.
Fire Safety for Retirement Living Providers
Cooking is a key activity for maintaining a sense of independence. It is also a cognitively important task which can help in preventing mental decline. Taking away a person’s ability to cook can have negative health and financial consequences.
Airis ensures people can continue to cook and be safe in their own living space as they age gracefully. With Airis, residents can regain the choice of whether to cook in their own home or join others in a communal café or restaurant.
How does Airis help Housing Providers and their residents?
Airis is a fire safety device that monitors the stove while cooking takes place. It uses several integrated sensors to detect signs of risk. If Airis detects that a certain combination of these measurements is dangerous (for example, the temperature of the oil in the pan is getting too high and nobody is attending to the cooking), Airis will cut the power to the hob, protecting the kitchen as well as the occupants.