Effective July 1, 2012, The D1000 became the only system recognized for use by the ICC. The D1000 by Denlar Fire Protection is an ICC/ES PMG listed product, garnering immediate code approval in most jurisdictions. Certain applications automatically comply with the '09 & '12 IMC, UMC & IFC. [Download PMG #1122 below]
Effective January 1, 2013, The D1000 became the basis of design behind the 2012 Amendment to the NFPA Life Safety Code. This new code language makes the D1000 A REQUIREMENT in all residential health care facilities. [Download the official announcement below]
The D1000 by DENLAR Fire Protection is the industry’s first fully integrated, pre-engineered fire suppression rangehood system. The D1000 fulfills all of the theory and intent behind a type 1 commercial hood with fire suppression (NFPA 96, 17A & UL/ETL 300) in a product designed for use over a residential grade appliance. Products in this category are listed to UL/ETL 300A - these types of systems are intended to be used within a commercial space, when a residential-grade appliance is used in a “not for profit” cooking application.
The D1000 also includes an environmental monitoring system, designed to interact with the cooking environment and minimize the likelihood of a fire event. This is a two stage temperature monitoring system. At a mid temperature set point, the system will automatically engage the fan on high in an effort to dissipate heat from the area. At a high temperature set point, the system will preemptively disconnect the cooking element to the appliance PRIOR TO suppression system release. If these two stages of “pre-suppression” do not stem the tide of a growing fire event, the fusible links will melt, causing the system to actuate mechanically - consistent with other commercial fire suppression systems.
This same internal monitoring system also addressed the entire suppression assembly. If it is ever comprimised in anyway (tampering, loss of pressure, etc.) the system reacts by shutting down the cooking element and in this case, creates a seperate "maintnence code", alerting the maintnence staff and avoiding a typical "trouble alarm". The D1000 will not only automatically suppress a cooking fire event - it will work to minimize overall fire risk in the space. Engineers, designers, facilities managers and code officials should be confident in recommending and approving The D1000 in all applications where a residential-grade appliance is used in a “not for profit” capacity within a commercial space.
Sizes: 30" (D1030) & 36" (D1036)
Ducting Calibrations: Front Recirculating (F, internal fan), Rear Expelling (R, internal fan), Vertically Ducted (I, two remote fan options)
Range Element Disconnect Modules: Electric (E), Gas (G), Dual Elelment (DED)
Options: Manual Pull Station (MPK), The CLOCKBOX (CLBX), Handicapped Accessible Controls (ADA), NSF Upgrade (NSF), Powder Coating (PC),
NFPA101 Packaged Upgrade* (NFPA101)
*Packaged upgrade includes the following features & add-ons: Manual Pull Station, The CLOCKBOX and an upgraded fan to achieve 500cfm
Official Announcement - DFP D1000 / NFPA101 Compliance
CMS NFPA101 / D1000 Waiver Letter
D1000 CSI File
D1000 ICC/ES Listing Criteria #1031
D1000 Testing and Demonstration Procedure
DFP D1000 PMG 1122 for 2016