The exhaust fumes seriously harm the firemen’s health!
The diesel engine vehicles are preferred for private needs as well as for special transport all over the world. Diesel engines operating in each fire station produce exhaust fumes during ignition and heating of fire and emergency vehicles, on leaving the station and on their return.
Diesel exhaust is a mix of particles and gases containing a lot of hazardous substances. Many of them are carcinogenic (benzene, arsenic, formaldehyde). Exhaust fumes also contain other harmful substances such as nitrogen oxides. In a long term the influence of these fumes is as harmful as the tobacco smoke. The diesel exhaust spread in the places where the firemen are eating, sleeping or working also it is absorbed in their clothes.
The only effective method: capturing and suction directly from tailpipes.
The wrong way The right way
Nederman’s extraction systems are specially designed for emergency and fire vehicles. Exhaust fumes are extracted directly from tailpipes – the only effective way to deal with the problem. More than 100 000 Nederman’s systems which are installed worldwide are proof of this.
TANGRA offers the extraction system Nederman which can satisfy your emergency station’s specific needs and to correspond to your budget no matter the size of your station, sizes/types of vehicles or frequency of operations.
TANGRA has the largest product range on the market and significant experience and knowledge of how to design the optimal solution for your needs.
In terms of a severe shortage of time and pre-set budget, TANGRA installed MagnaTrack S system for 4 fire vehicles and MagnaTrack ST system for 2 cars (emergency and ambulance) in the Sofia Airport’s fire station.
You can see how Magna system works in the video below.
The MAGNARAIL systems are specially designed for repeated long-term use in loaded conditions. One rail system can Serves up to 4 vehicles at a time. Magna systems are offered For vehicles with either High level or Low level tail pipes.
In the classic form, when activated, the electro-magnet attaches to an anchor plate on the vehicle, holding the hose on to the vehicle and the nozzle firmly on to the tail pipe.
In the pneumatic version, when activated, the air chambers expand and attach the nozzle firmly onto the tail pipe. PTS is suitable for stations with high demands regarding environmental cleanliness and safety and is perfect for stations where vehicles varies from time to time.
When the vehicle is leaving the station its maximum speed can be up to 25km/h. One rail can be 30m long and can be applied in places where the vehicles always leave through one exit and return through opposite entrance. If several rails use one fan, TANGRA and Nederman offer solution for its speed regulation in order to achieve the energy savings up to 28%.