Cavity Protection Systems Ltd™ has now been awarded world-wide NSF approval and certification for the Cavity liners, which is the recognised certification for health and safety equipment in the food sector... More

Runners-up in the 'Innovention of the Year' Awards


Cyrus Todiwala

“The Microsave Cavity Liner is a simple, yet ingenious idea that essentially protects the interior of our microwaves, saving us time and money. It is easily removed, washed and replaced for next service, time and time again, avoiding any burnt food particles which can potentially cause scorched ceiling plates or cracked base plates."

"It’s Simply Brilliant!"

Cyrus Todiwala OBE DL
Chef Patron at Café Spice Namaste and Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen

The Spyglass Inn

Ryan Kinneavy is head chef at the Spyglass Inn, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, a busy family-run pub where homemade food is freshly cooked in batches. To help them cope with the high season’s trade, which sees them average 750-800 meals a day in the summer, they use 11 microwaves to heat up single portions.

Ryan, who’s worked at the Spyglass Inn for 15 years, says:

"We've been using the Microsave™ for several years and they’re brilliant. We were involved in testing out some prototypes when they were first being developed."

"They’re easy to use and they cut back on general maintenance and daily caretaking and cleaning of the microwaves. We clean them three times a day after each shift. When you pull out the Microsave, the inside of the microwave is virtually clean; it just needs a quick wipe round."

Read the Full Case Study - The Spyglass Inn

Silver Springs Nursery & Garden Centre

Michelle Feltham, Catering Supervisor, has run the 92 cover Silversprings Coffee Shop for the last 5 years. It is described as having ‘the finest coffee in the area’ but also serves a wide selection of cakes, main meals, soup, sandwiches and jacket potatoes to a customer base that is as varied as its menu. Michelle says:

"Once food debris gets in there, you can't get it out; this affects the performance of the microwave and can even be dangerous. Before we used the Microsave, we had an oven written off because of food splatter in the vents. I'd recommend any commercial microwave user buys a Microsave at the same time, absolutely. The cost of a Microsave is less than the cost of a repair!"

Read the Full Case Study - Silver Springs Nursery & Garden Centre

The Caterer & Licensee

The Caterer & Licensee reported on the system being used at the popular "Hot Rocks" restaurant on Bournemouth seafront. Manager Matthew Oreschnick said:

"The liner certainly cuts down on cleaning time, spillages can be easily removed and cooking is far more evenly distributed."

The Orchid Pub Group

Dean Snee, Head of Food, The Orchid Pub group says:

Since the Cavity Protection System first came onto the market, it has been a "must" that every new microwave within my kitchens has a liner fitted. Since taking over as the Head of Food for the Orchid Groups 290 pubs and restaurants, with every new microwave supplied, the group has insisted that a Cavity Protection System is included.

The Ship Inn

Rita Delahunty, co-manager of the Ship Inn in Hampshire told Jeremy Dunning of the Portsmouth Evening News BUSINESS WEEK:

"We have tested it and we think it's really good. The thing is that you just slip the liner out at the end of the shift and put it in the dishwasher to clean it. Before hand, we would have been getting our heads in to see where any spills had stuck"