All our kitchen cabinets are manufactured from rust-resistant treated steel and manufactured with non toxic fire resistant foam for insulation and acoustic effect , the door fascias are also manufactured from other non-combustible materials such as glass and neoilith stone to remove any fire Risks associated with cooking in the kitchen. These are not just restricted to naked gas flame and combustible food stuffs in a kitchen environment. There are also risks associated with electrical appliances and wiring fitted within or alongside the cabinets. We at life kitchens believe the risks must be identified and managed, to minimise the chances of a fire starting and to limit the impact of such a fire should it occur, being able to continue to combust and fuel on materials that are highly flammable such as mdf , mfc , timber and chipboard. all materials commonly found within every fitted kitchen. We at Life kitchens have identified and eliminated risks associated with cooking processes and the equipment associated with them, for example, the overheating of cooking fats and oils leading to ignition, spillage of fats and oils onto hot equipment, cooking left unattended, cooking equipment not fitted correctly, the lack of PAT testing in domestic kitchens, dangers occuring from a lack of servicing and maintenance, inadequate cleaning of the kitchen/cooking areas and the equipment associated with them, for example, inadequate cleaning regimes for cooking appliances and extraction equipment leading to the build-up of grease and oil deposits which may be flammable, cooking equipment and thermostats broken or not functioning properly, faulty equipment (including electrical faults) and spontaneous combustion of oil soaked cloths and towels.