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Rescue overhead exhaust
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Meier Jun 4, 2009.


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Thomas Meier replied to Thomas Meier's discussion Rescue overhead exhaust
"Keith, We have a plymovent system on the current rig, which is over head. It self aligns and connects so that is not a problem. I have been very happy with the old one but the administration wants to go the other way. Just trying to educate myself…"
Jun 4, 2009
Keith "Gus" Grant replied to Thomas Meier's discussion Rescue overhead exhaust
"Tom, Are you guys using a station exhaust system of any kind? A roof exit exhaust does make it more difficult to connect the tubing cuff by the troops, but it has been done before in other industries. Just think about the extra space needed for…"
Jun 4, 2009
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Rescue overhead exhaust

I am looking for people's thoughts on a heavy rescue having the exhaust through the body and out the roof vs a standard officers side below the vehicle exhaust. pro's and con's
Jun 4, 2009

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Waterbury, Ct.
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Fire Instructor
Tech Rescue
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At 8:29pm on March 21, 2008, Jason Emery said…
Hey, I'm hearing rumors your rejoining us......
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How's things in the Sunshine state?
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