Plymovent Free Webinar: Designing the Best Vehicle Exhaust Removal System – The Basics

Cranbury, NJ – When engineers and facility designers plan new vehicle service garages, they factor in an efficient and effective vehicle exhaust source capture system to address occupational health concerns. However, in some cases engineers or designers with little experience in vehicle exhaust removal systems require best practices: how to cover multiple service bays, how to calculate proper air flow, how to select the best hose, whether to use multiple fans vs. a centralized fan, and more.

That’s why Plymovent, a global leader in vehicle exhaust source capture systems, is presenting an educational webinar, “Designing the Best Vehicle Exhaust Removal System: The Basics” on November 20th at 1 pm ET. During this webinar, Plymovent expert Bruce Martin will share the basic design considerations when adding a vehicle exhaust removal system for a public works garage, vo-tech facility, fleet maintenance service center, automotive service center and others.

Note: Vehicle exhaust removal systems for fire and EMS stations will not be covered, but will be the focus of a future Plymovent webinar.

The Nov. 20th webinar will focus on these topics:

• The Growing Case for Vehicle Exhaust Removal: New Studies, IMC Requirements, etc.

• Gathering Site and User Requirements: 12 Questions to Ask

• Deciding on the Right Solution: Hose Reels or Hose Drops?

• Dealing with Higher Temperatures in Modern Diesel Engines

• Ductwork Considerations

• Gathering Air Volume and Static Pressure Data for Hose and Fan Selection

Who Should Attend: engineers, architects, facility designers, public safety officers and others involved in vehicle servicing health issues who want to learn the basics of vehicle exhaust source removal system design.

The webinar is complimentary but registration is required. To register, visit -

About Plymovent

For more than 40 years we have made it our business to ensure clean air in fire stations. We provide high-quality products to protect firefighters, EMS personnel and others from exposure to hazardous diesel exhaust. From existing stations, to new turnkey facilities, our totally automatic start-up and disconnect source capture systems are the recommended method for controlling exhaust emissions at your station.

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Plymovent Corp.
Robert Sims, Technical Marketing Specialist
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Cranbury, NJ 08512
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