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TFIREPROOF


ested and Proven by FAA Registered Laboratory to be FIREPROOF as Defined by Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR 1.1) with FAA (AC20-135) Test Procedure that included 2000° Powerplant Fire Penetration for 15 minutes.


100% CONTAINMENT


Contains 100% of Toxic Smoke, Gases, Fire, Carcinogens, Shooting Molten Metal and Other Harmful Emissions!


WITHOUT WATER Aqueous Liquids Optional, Not Required Burn Certified FAST Fully Burn Certified Vessel and Gloves


WE HELP YOU CHECK ALL


THE BOXES! Developed by the Pioneers in Li-Ion Fire Protection Technology, first introduced in 2007, HOT-STOP ‘L’ Drives Safety.


• Designed to contain a PED that reaches thermal runaway and contain it until it has burned out!


• Committed to Continuous Testing as personal electronics evolve


• Built Up to a Standard - Not Down to a Price-Point


5 Easy Steps for Tablet Size or Smaller; 6 Steps for Laptop Size or Larger


UPKEEP


• Multiple Sizes - XL laptop kit (26” x 27”) accommodates your larger all-in-one laptops and defibrillators


• Custom Designs Available (i.e. solutions for helicopters, government/military, airlines)


No Ongoing Maintenance/Visual Inspection Only CARRY-ON


MADE IN THE USA


HOT-STOPL.COM


• Sold as Kit – includes gloves and carry/stowage strap


Contact us to learn more about our free lifetime replacement guarantee.


Considered Carry-On Emergency Safety Equipment and Meets 14 CFR 25.853 Test Criteria for Cabin Stowage


MASTER DISTRUBUTOR


200 Texas Way | Fort Worth, Texas 76106 972-248-0457 | 972-248-7215 FAX info@baker-aviation.com


FAA PART 145 REPAIR STATION CERTIFICATE #5BVR011C


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