The single hose drop (FE) is a simple and economic solution when you have to extract exhaust gases and cover more than one service bay while using a central extraction system. We recommend this application for small workshops with limited available space.
The preferred system for a single back-in apparatus bay.
The HT hose for fire and emergency service stations can endure exhaust gas temperatures of up to 482°C (900˚F) continuous in a properly designed system.
-Available only in North America-
The Magnetic Grabber® is a vehicle exhaust removal device that provides a very quick, easy and controlled connection and disconnection to a vehicle exhaust system.
Designed for functionality and efficiency, this product ensures safe, easy operation of your vehicle exhaust removal system.
The balancer-200 & -300 series are designed with safety as top priority. They lift the hose of a vehicle exhaust system and hold it in place above the shop floor. Thereby minimizing the risk of damage to the hose as it cannot be run over by a vehicle.
The boom arm (FEB) is designed to cover a wide area with a simple hose drop system. The FEB can be attached to a central fan system or connected to a direct-mounted fan depending on the workshop situation.
The Sliding Balancer Track (SBT) has set the standard for exhaust extraction of fire and emergency vehicles around the world. SBT is the preferred rail system for back-in applications.
The Straight Rail System (STR) is the preferred system for drive-through apparatus bays.
The fans in the FUA series have been designed for VEX and fire systems. 0.37-2.2 kW (0.5-3.0 hp)
The ST hose for fire and emergency service stations can endure exhaust gas temperatures of up to 204°C (400˚F) continuous in a properly designed system.
The FumeCaddie™ captures exhaust fumes at the source emitted by any vehicle or apparatus running indoors and extracts them from the building.
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