Especially in firetrucks and other emergency vehicles with diesel engines the pollutant emissions in the hall are high. In case of alarm the respiratory rate is increased as a result of stress and hurry, and in addition to more oxygen more pollutants are inhaled, which can cause cancer. Our systems for exhaust extraction in firetrucks are the solution. Different systems are used and recommended depending on the size of the firetruck, station, and department. Diesel engine emissions must always be captured at the exhaust pipe outlet. Exhaust fumes must work with negative pressure and equipment must be designed to capture exhaust gases at the source as completely as possible and led away so that they do not enter the vehicle hall. To ensure free traffic routes each exhaust hose should come from the top and as close as possible to the exhaust pipes from the vehicles. A suitable solution is an extraction system that runs to the gate and disconnects automatically.
Extraction systems suitable for capturing the exhaust gases:
The electromagnetic attachment to the vehicle. An electromagnet holds the hose to the vehicle. The nozzle is in front of the exhaust and captures the exhaust gas. When moving out of the hall, the electromagnet is released at the end of the suction section and the emergency vehicle can drive out without stopping. When the vehicle returns the exhaust gas extraction system is attached as the vehicle enters the hall and the exhaust gases will be captured again.
The pneumatic attachment to the vehicle. The nozzle will be pulled over the exhaust and inflated with compressed air. That works automatically via a compressed air hose integrated into the extraction system from the central compressed air supply or with a hand pump. When leaving the hall, the compressed air at the end of the suction section is emptied automatically and the emergency vehicle can drive out without stopping. When the vehicle returns, the exhaust gas extraction system is attached as the vehicle enters the hall and the exhaust gases will be captured again.
Another option is a mechanical system with clamping tongs which operates by means of a Bowden cable.
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Typical rideshare solutions for firetrucks and emergency vehicles
In this system a hose loop is avoided even with a long journey
A: Pipe system
C: Spring balancer or rubber band with carriage in the rail system
D: Rail system - consists of 6m long pieces which can be added to the desired length
E: Suspensions bracket
F: Detaching point
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