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    Default Exhaust removal systems

    My village president was in the fire station the other day when the trucks were started up and said "You should really look into an exhaust removal system." More formally later he told me to get prices on an exhaust removal system for the station.

    So what I need is some contact info for exhaust removal systems. I am only familiar with Plymovent, if you know of any other companies please let me know.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Default Exhaust gas removal

    Our department installed a system made by Air-Vac. It is a series of hanging fan units that recirculate the air through filters. Nothing is hanging or connected to the trucks. Our station is about 60' X 120' and it cost us around $19,000.00 for 6 units and about $2,000.00 to hire a local electrician to install them. They seem to work very well. Their web address is: http://www.airvacuumcorp.com/

    Hope this helps.

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    We have a complete Nederman system in our station. Check them out. We looked at Plymovent but were not impressed with the design of it.

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    Nederman is much nicer then the Plymovent. Less that can go wrong also. I've used both and would recommend Nederman

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    Thanks folks, now I have a place to start.

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    We have Plymo-vent and have never had a problem with it. We looked into the hanging type but due to the sheer volume of air in the station they werent practical.

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