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ZERO SMOKE - NADA, ZILCH, NIL


HOT -STOPL.COM HOT-STOP® ‘L’ - EVO FIRE CONTAINMENT O


AS SEEN ON CBS EVENING NEWS WITH SCOTT PELLEY.


® Burn Certified #60-322534


THAT’S RIGHT - HOT-STOP ‘L’- EVO CONTAINS TOXIC SMOKE/FLAMES 100 PERCENT!


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


• Zippered technology adds complete protection to capture volatile emissions from Li-Ion powered devices


• Large bag (27" x 26") accommodates all devices to include laptops, defibrillators, tablets, cell phones, portable chargers, battery packs, and more


• Allows the use of water so that Airline operators and others can comply with SAFO FAA recommendations.


• Sold as kit – includes reflective carry/storage sling, and gloves


• Still burn certified and independently tested * *NOT tested at a backyard near you!


BAKER AVIATION MAINTENANCE & PARTS SALES 4700 Glenn Curtiss Dr.


For independent video footage of bag demonstrations, including Major Airlines, please contact Tom Connolly at tconnolly@ iepindustrial.com or call (717) 492-1853.


| Addison, TX 75001 | HOT-STOPL.COM


972-248-0457 | 972-248-7215 FAX | Ask for Ray Goyco, Ray@baker-aviation.com FAA PART 145 REPAIR STATION CERTIFICATE # 5BVR011C


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