Plymovent 360 Fire station visit
This video shows in 360 degrees three types of vehicle exhaust systems for clean air inside your fire stations, protecting your firefighters from hazardous diesel fumes. Diesel engines, used in fire trucks, produce a mixture of toxic gases and particulates from the combustion process. These hazardous vehicle exhaust emissions in a fire station are one of a firefighter’s most significant cancer health risk and a serious legal liability for the fire department. It is essential to create healthy and safe working conditions by reducing these risks. Protective measures are an important aspect of this. Eliminate this hazard from your fire station with our vehicle exhaust capture and removal systems. From existing stations to new design-built, our totally automatic start-up and disconnect source capture systems are the recommended method for controlling exhaust emissions in your station.
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