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Vehicle Exhaust Extraction
Whether you work in a garage, MOT test centre or vehicle repair workshop, Defuma can provide you with a suitable solution that is tailored to the specific requirements of your industry.
In addition to this, we can help you to keep your working environment clean and free from smoke and fumes, we simply suggest that you install one of our vehicle exhaust extraction units. Doing so will allow you to make the environment safer and a more suitable environment to work in.
The products that are included within our vehicle exhaust extraction range are all manufactured to be fully compliant with stringent health and safety standards. The filtration systems have been designed to capture and remove fumes produced by car exhausts, potentially eliminating the number of hazards that arise!
Here at Defuma, we are the specialists when it comes to manufacturing, supplying and installing vehicle exhaust extraction units. Our products suit the demands of various applications because we have designed them to be flexible and to offer greater convenience.
We have something that suits everyone, no matter what your budget may be. We make your industrial environment safe from toxic fumes, hence why they are priced competitively. With Defuma, you needn’t worry about receiving the best value for money- we are dedicated to offering our customers a bespoke solution.
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What are Exhaust Extraction Systems?
Exhaust fumes can become extremely harmful if they’re contained in a room with little or no ventilation. With this in mind, exhaust extraction systems are designed to ventilate the indoor area, ridding it of these dangerous gases. This is why they are used often in areas such as garages and factories in which vehicles are produced. You’re able to test engines safely without worrying about the production of damaging fumes, ensuring the surrounding area is kept secure to work in.
These vehicle exhaust extraction systems included extraction fans, replacing the more dangerous air with cleaner, more tolerable air that circulates back around the room.
How do Vehicle Exhaust Extraction Systems work?
The main aim of an exhaust extraction system is to replace dangerous, potentially toxic air with cleaner air that is safer to work in. Of course, working with engines means that there are inevitably going to be unsafe fumes produced, which is why an effective vehicle exhaust extraction unit is not only recommended, but necessary to uphold a safe working environment.
They extract fumes through a strong, durable hose, with these then taken through a filtering system that removes the fumes of their harmful qualities. The cleaner air is then usually redistributed back into the room, ready to be circulated once more.
What are the benefits of Exhaust Extraction Systems?
The obvious benefit of exhaust extraction systems is safety. Without one of these units, you’re risking serious damage to the people inside or in the immediate vicinity of the fumes. Is this is a risk worth taking?
In many places, you can’t operate without one of these systems for this very reason. They are able to ensure that your working area is safe to work in at all times.
There are other benefits to an exhaust extraction unit too, especially the excellent offering here at Defuma. For example, our systems operate as quietly as possible. This keeps them very much hidden whilst you’re performing the necessary tasks, whilst still performing a crucial job.
Why are Exhaust Extraction Systems used?
A vehicle exhaust extraction system is used to ventilate a space that is susceptible to dangerous exhaust fumes. They help produce clean air instead, ensuring that the area can remain safe to be at all times.
They are used mainly in engine testing areas for the production of vehicles, large or small. The fumes produced by the exhaust system can be harmful if breathed in directly, leading to potential respiratory issues and illness in the future.
This way of safeguarding your working area keeps your business covered, eliminating one potential pitfall that could see your practice becoming the subject of complaints.