Super Vac, a manufacturers in fire ventilation equipment, delivered two large-scale positive pressure ventilators, the SVU DD 50, to an international manufacturer in late December.
Powered by a Cummins 3.8L diesel engine, the large fans each deliver a 200,000 cfm output to ventilate smoke, fumes and gases from manufacturing facilities, large warehouses, airport terminals, commercial structures and high-rise buildings in a fraction of the time. Downtime can adversely affect many of these facilities, costing a company $2,500-$5,000 per un-operable minute, which equates to $300,000 per un-operable hour and $2.4 million per un-operable day.
The most recent Super Vac SVU deliveries were equipped with a scissor lift and rotating turntable, which provide 65” extension, 27-degree rotation and +/- do-degree up-and-down tilt. Both fans were mounted to their own custom trailer. Past SVUs have been mounted to trucks, flatbeds and even skid units.
The SVU also features a variety of optional accessories, including mist attachment, LED lights and ducting for positive and negative ventilation.
Super Vac claim to be the world’s leading manufacturer in the emergency ventilation products. A onestop shop for all things ventilation, Super Vac equips crews with a versatile array of only the toughest solutions, including the industry’s largest lineup of PPV fans, spanning from 8- to 80- inch blades, as well as smoke ejectors, available in 12-, 16-, 20- and 24-inch blades.
Super Vac also manufactures rescue saws, rehab misters and other necessities, including the patented Smoke BlockAid for smoke mitigation.