A young man in a wheelchair in assisted living accommodation washes up in the sink. The Airis fire safety device monitors a pan on the hob.

Fire Safety for Assisted Living

Enable residents in assisted living and extra care accommodation to cook for themselves thanks to superior fire safety provided by Airis stove guard. Vulnerable people can be protected from the dangers of fire and smoke inhalation without having their independence taken away.

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Fire and smoke safety for vulnerable residents

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Prevents fires and toxic smoke

Airis protects vulnerable people from the risk of fire and toxic smoke inhalation. It doesn’t wait for fires – it prevents them, and all without affecting everyday cooking.

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Avoids alarms and evacuations

Airis acts proactively, which means a drastic reduction of false fire alarm activations and unnecessary evacuations.

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Improves quality of life

Airis means safer cooking, bringing extended independence and an improved quality of life for anyone living with physical disability or cognitive diseases.

Airis stove guard prevents fires intelligently

Airis provides fire safety and peace of mind in accommodation for vulnerable people. This can include permanent as well as temporary accommodation – in rehabilitation, for example. It’s important for people to be able to cook for themselves to maintain their independence and sense of dignity.

In Extra Care and Assisted Living accommodation, Airis provides the highest level of fire safety, enabling people to cook safely for themselves without any intervention. But if the kitchen user does make a mistake, such as forgetting that they have a frying pan on the hob, Airis will intervene to prevent fire and smoke.

Airis provides peace of mind for all residents and care personnel.

Click below for a deep-dive into the technology and find out how Airis stove guard can do what no other technology can.

Airis stove guard installed in a kitchen, protecting the hob from fires and smoke

“Our installation team have found this product very easy to programme and explain the operation to our client. Our clients feel more confident with the product and have said they don’t notice that it’s there.”

– David A., Electrical Contractor

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Airis is extremely reliable

Since early 2018, we have supplied many customers, all with several hundred Airis stove guard systems each, and we are pleased to say that our failure returns rate is lower than 0.5%!

Airis has a design life of 15 years and is made in a factory that specialises in high build quality. This encompasses automated state-of-the-art quality testing of the production processes, integrated with quality management. Unicook has visited the factory and inspected the end-to-end process first-hand. Each Multisensor and PCU assembly is electronically examined at many stages, culminating in a test at maximum load.

If you would like to talk to a customer, please let us know and we’ll be pleased to arrange contact.

Airis is zero-maintenance and versatile

Suitable for all electric hobs

Airis stove guard can be used on any hob up to 90cm wide powered by electricity, including induction.

Long battery life

The Airis Multisensor has a battery life of 1-3 years. The AA batteries are easily changed.

Certified BS EN 50615

Airis fulfils and goes far beyond the requirements of the BS EN 50615 standard, and meets certain building regulations.

WiFi connectivity

With Airis Sense WiFi, devices can be connected to Airis Cloud for top-down organisational views of devices and activity and safety data.

Get valuable insight into the wellbeing of vulnerable residents

When using Airis Sense WiFi, Assisted Living providers can extend the capabilities of the Airis system with Airis Cloud, providing useful insight into each resident’s wellbeing as well as their environment.

Below is a sample list of alerts and notifications that can help keep personnel informed.

Behavioural Monitoring

power cut

Airis has cut the power to a resident’s cooker to prevent a fire, smoke or food burning

cooker not used

A resident hasn’t used their hob/cooker for a specified amount of time

cooker wromg time

A resident is cooking (or has cooked) at an unusual time (e.g. during the night)

power cut x3

Airis has cut the power to a resident’s cooker more than a specified number of times in a set period

Environmental Monitoring

cold

The kitchen is excessively cold (potential risk of hypothermia)

hot

The kitchen is excessively hot (the heating could be turned up too high)

humid

The kitchen is excessively humid/damp

water leak

A water leak has been detected

Maintenance Support

pcu

A technical failure has been detected by Airis, indicating that the PCU must be replaced

sense-sensor

A technical failure has been detected by Airis, indicating that the Multisensor must be replaced

battery

A Multisensor battery is running low (in case of a battery failure before a programmed replacement is due)

appliance leak

An appliance is leaking in the apartment

Using Airis stove guard to improve fire safety for Assisted Living residents

Airis enables residents to cook independently thanks to a dramatically improved level of fire and smoke safety. Airis Sense WiFi also enables advanced remote monitoring features via Airis Cloud, which can be invaluable for building management staff.

Airis allows for cost savings in Assisted Living and Extra Care

By acting before a fire or significant smoke is produced, there are many ways in which Airis saves time and money, such as:

  • Eliminating false alarms caused by cooking
  • Reducing staff investigations and reporting
  • Enabling residents to safely cook for themselves
  • Delaying the onset of full-time care or meal provision
  • Avoiding repairs and insurance claims due to fire and/or smoke damage
  • Preventing water damage from sprinkler systems
  • Avoiding the cost of temporary rehousing following a kitchen fire
  • Preventing damage from water leaks
  • Avoiding clean-up and/or redecoration following extinguisher use
A young man in a wheelchair in assisted living accommodation washes up in the sink. The Airis fire safety device monitors a pan on the hob.