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Clean Air for your Station
Create clean air for your station with a reliable, effective and safe diesel exhaust extraction system designed to fit your station’s unique needs. Our clean air experts will help you find the right source capture solution to meet your station’s requirements for exit speed, frequency of runs, maintenance requirements and more.
Nederman Magna Systems reliably capture 100% of dangerous diesel exhaust emissions with source capture technology that prevents fumes from traveling throughout the station. Exhaust fumes are removed right at the tailpipe – the most efficient method.
Our system design supports ergonomic attachments and quick-release when speed is required for fast station exits. Magna Systems have no coiled hoses or loops and saves space between trucks.
Nederman’s wide variety of product and solutions enable us to customize the right system for your unique station needs through system design, installation, operation and service.
Grabbing exhaust fumes by the tail (pipe)
Exhaust extraction systems, designed specifically for emergency vehicles, remove the exhaust fumes right at the tail pipe, which is the most efficient extraction method. Fire trucks and other emergency vehicles must always be ready to leave the emergency station instantly. The optimum choice for any emergency station is a vehicle exhaust removal system with quick release function that allows a quick exit without compromising the safety or efficiency of the extraction system.