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    Default Smoke Blotter Exhaust System

    We were awarded a grant for exhaust removal systems and received two bids. One was from No Smoke and the other was from Smoke Blotter. We had not heard of Smoke Blotter and was wondering if anyone had had any dealings with them. Thanks in advance for any input.

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    Do either actually count as a "removal" system for Fire Grant? Are essentially DPFs (a filter) which I thought was not a Fire Grant approved solution to exhaust problem.

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    It must count. AFG awarded a grant to us for them with a slight reduction.

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    if you are looking to actualy protect your FF you should consider a hose based exhaust extraction system this is what i just heard at a recent grant workshop

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