The Mini Rail Profile (MRP) system is an exhaust extraction system for emergency service stations and other facilities with confined spaces and/or low ceilings.
The Mini Rail Profile Fire (MRP-Fire) system is designed for fire and emergency systems to connect to a vehicle's tailpipe to capture and remove virtually 100% of exhaust emissions. MRP is fully automatic, from the fan activation to the automatic nozzle release from the exiting vehicle. It is easy to use with only a one-step connection to the system as the vehicle enters the facility.
The MRP is fully automatic, can accommodate up to two vehicles in tandem but can be engineered to accommodate more if need be.
MRP features a square rail profile and an internal crab trolley that runs inside the rail.
The Mini Rail Profile Fire (MRP-F) is an automatic, magnetic exhaust gas extraction system designed for the exhaust extraction of fire and rescue vehicles with low level, undercarriage exhaust tailpipes. The system is used to remove harmful vehicle exhaust emissions from the facility by capturing and removing the exhaust at the emission source, the tailpipe.
As the vehicle exits the facility, the trolley moves along to the end of the rail. The balancer locking cable secures that the Magnetic Grabber® is disconnected from the tailpipe outside the building.
The rail is installed overhead along the service bays next to the fire apparatus and is connected to an exhaust fan. The internal crab is equipped with the proven concept of lower, -mid and upper hose combined with a nozzle and can be positioned at any service bay where extraction is needed.
The MRP can accommodate up to two vehicles in tandem but can be engineered to accommodate more if needed, thereby providing optimal extraction efficiency and an energy-efficient system. Exhaust emissions are vented to the outside through the rail system, typically through a single outlet.
The mini rail profile MRP is available in 2 versions. The Mini Rail Profile Pneumatic (MRPP) and Mini Rail Profile Magnetic (MRPM). Both versions are certified by TÜV SÜD for safety and the production locations were monitored in Troisdorf (Germany) and Lamphun (Thailand).
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