Vehicle exhaust extraction in fire stations3 Apr 2020Product development
Plymovent provides exhaust removal cleaning tips for continued safety of First Responders
Plymovent, the recognized world leader in Emergency Vehicle Exhaust Removal Systems, protects hundreds of thousands of Firefighters on a daily basis.
Amidst the novel COVID-19 virus, Plymovent would like to recommend some additional safety measures to continue protecting our first responders in this uncertain time.
Being that the Plymovent System is the first piece of equipment that is handled/touched when the First Responders return to the Fire Station from an emergency call, we recommend cleaning or wiping down the systems exterior with a disinfectant such as Clorox wipes or similar that has been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to use against COVID-19. This should be done on a daily basis in the high touch areas of the Plymovent System such as the yellow and black flexible exhaust hose below 6’ feet, the Safety Disconnect Handle, the Manual Fill and Deflation Valve and knob if it is a Pneumatic Grabber® System, the lower 2’ foot yellow and black hose above the Grabber® Nozzle that connects to the vehicles exhaust, and the face of the Plymovent OS automatic exhaust blower control unit.
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Plymovent is excited to announce the release of our latest video, "Protecting Our Heroes: The Importance of a Plymovent Vehicle Exhaust Extraction System for Firefighters." This compelling video that features Fire Chiefs from 4 different fire departments in New York (Bedford Village FD, Village of Pelham FD, Sleepy Hollow FD, and Hastings on Hudson FD). Each Chief shares insights on the critical role that their Plymovent vehicle exhaust extraction system plays in safeguarding the health and well-being of their firefighters.
We are dedicated to take part in the Lung Cancer Awareness Month this November. Lung cancer is one of the most common and deadliest cancers worldwide. So we think it is important to raise awareness about lung cancer, its risks, prevention, early detection, and treatment.
Lung cancer is one of the most common and deadliest cancers globally. Lung Cancer Awareness Month is observed to raise awareness about lung cancer, its risks, prevention, early detection, and treatment every November. During this month, various organizations, healthcare professionals, and individuals come together to promote awareness and education about lung cancer. Plymovent, supplier of solutions for clean air at work, supports this initiative by sharing information about lung cancer.