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Reduce vehicle exhaust fumes in your station

Hazardous vehicle exhaust emissions in a fire or emergency service station are a first responders most significant cancer health risk and could be a serious legal liability for the fire department.

Optimize the indoor air in your fire or emergency service station

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Reduce illnesses

Your colleagues are the most valuable asset of your station, taking care of them by providing clean air at work can make them healthier and happier.


Reduce pollutants

Pollution in your facility can have a negative impact on station equipment and supplies, such as forcing downtime and additional cleaning costs.


Be compliant

It is important to keep workplace exposure below the legal limits, even in peak-times.

Solutions for exposure to exhaust fumes

It is the philosophy of Plymovent to deliver quality systems that are safe, user friendly, regulation compliant and that will enhance the quality of life for your firefighter’s and emergency service personnel. That is why we have developed a line of source capture systems designed to meet your station’s needs:

  • Under Carriage Track Systems - for single and double bay applications
  • Under Carriage Rail Systems - for drive through bays with up to four vehicles
  • Vertical Stack Rail Systems - for vehicles with overhead exhaust stacks

Your advantages

  • Auto-disconnect at the exit door
  • Adjustable release points depending on vehicles exit speed
  • Automatic start-stop of fan by an exhaust sensor
  • Suitable for existing fire and EMS stations as well as new design-built stations

Available solutions

We have developed a line of source capture systems designed to meet your station’s needs.

We provide clean air for

North Tonawanda Fire Department

We can tell in the daily cleaning duties as there is no soot build up. It has made for a healthier work environment for all our personnel.

John Lapham
Chief at North Tonawanda Fire Department
White Springs Fire Department

The whole team at Plymovent is great to deal with. I went back and forth with Tony at Air Cleaning Systems for all my questions and he had answers for everything.

Jeffrey McGuigan
Assistant Fire Chief
The Marshfield Fire & Rescue Department

"It has improved the air quality which is the driving force."

Mr. K.C. Robinson
Fire Chief at The Marshfield Fire & Rescue Department

City of Marshfield

”Using an exhaust removal system of Plymovent has improved the air quality. Indoor air quality is the driving force for both Labour and Management to obtain funds for this system and implementing the installation in two of our three stations”.

North Tonawanda Fire Department

"We can tell in the daily cleaning duties as there is no soot build
up. It has made for a healthier work environment for all our

White Springs Fire Department

"Since Plymovent has been installed, we’ve had no issues or reason to require service to our system."

Vehicle exhaust extraction in fire stations

TÜV SÜD certification affirms Plymovent’s quality-driven approach

6 Sep 2021 Product development

Recently Plymovent received the renowned TÜV SÜD certification. To get this TÜV SÜD certificate several Plymovent systems were tested for safety and the production locations were monitored.

Vehicle exhaust extraction in fire stations

Tacoma FD TV Show Releases PSA

22 Feb 2021 General

For 3 seasons now, the Tacoma FD TV show has been using Plymovent vehicle exhaust extraction systems on their set and is happy to share their great experiences in a newly produced Public Service Announcement (PSA).

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Plymovent expands headquarters

23 Nov 2020 General

Extracting and filtering polluted air has been the expertise of Plymovent for over 45 years. As a result of the growing demand for solutions for clean air at work Plymovent expanded its headquarters in Alkmaar, the Netherlands.

Hook Up The Hose

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Plymovent has created a worldwide movement called Hook Up The Hose, to remind emergency service personnel the importance of exhaust extraction in a station and to remember to hook up the hose and to help beat cancer!


To keep your system in the optimal condition, please check your system every year for wear and tear.


You use your extraction system on a daily basis. Therefore we recommend you check the parts of your system regularly. We provide various spare parts, in case your system has an unforeseen malfunction. You can also contact one of the local Plymovent contacts for more information on your service agreement.

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