AIRVAC 911 Helps Chattanooga Fire Dept. Achieve LEED Gold Status
Chattanooga, TN — The Air Vacuum Corporation would like to congratulate the City of Chattanooga for being the first fire department in the state of Tennessee to achieve LEED Gold status for their station. The Air Vacuum Corporation was included in this project by installing their AIRVAC 911 exhaust removal system into the fire department to provide health and safety from diesel exhaust carcinogens for fire personnel. With the AIRVAC 911 system, fire personnel can be assured that they are choosing the most efficient exhaust removal system for their apparatus bay area. The AIRVAC 911 system is energy efficient, addresses the entire apparatus area and filters out both the gasses and particulate emitted from the diesel engines. The AIRVAC 911 exhaust removal system uses a MERV 16 rated pre-filter, high efficiency UL rated HEPA MAX 3000 particulate filter and Multisorb 3000 carbon gas phase extractor.
About Air Vacuum Corp
Air Vacuum Corp. is the world leader in engine exhaust removal via the attachment-free and fully automated air filtration system, the AIR VAC 911(r). Air Vac has been the innovator and setting the standards within the exhaust-removal industry for more than a decade. The AIR VAC 911 System does not require any hoses and meets 2007 NFPA 1500, EPA, OSHA, IBOCA and FEMA standards. Free proposals and Fire Act grant assistance available.