The Vacuum Holster™ offers simple and easy operation for service technicians. The exhaust hose is flexible and easy to maneuver, and provides excellent coverage. It’s simple to attach the tailpipe adapter to any vehicle, and its rubber boot and attachment device will not scratch vehicles. Whether in a fixed-mounted configuration or used in conjunction with the Apex Rail, the Vacuum Holster uses the suction of the exhaust fan to assist in retracting the exhaust hose into the Hose Holster.
A closed damper utilizes the negative pressure that restricts airflow into the hose. This pressure assists in retraction of the hose and tailpipe adapter into the hose holster for storage. This makes it easy to retract and creates a clean, professional facility appearance. And our unique Remote Start option give technicians ability to start/stop the exhaust fan from each bay.
Our fleet service Vacuum Holsters have been used in applications including ATVs/UTVs, snow cats, and high capacity engine training stations. These applications often demand creative thinking, in order to meet the needs of unique challenges. We have the capability to design and manufacture exhaust removal systems that address a wide variety of custom requirements, right here in Farmingdale.
Don’t accept harmful fumes in your facility. The most effective solution is to capture contaminants at the emission source with a source-capture emissions removal system. Make sure your fleet service facility has an effective and easy-to-use product to remove unhealthy exhaust fumes. Your personnel’s health directly affects your business’ productivity.
Diesel fumes have been elevated from a Class 2A (probable cause) to a Group 1 (known carcinogen) by the World Health Organization.
While other exhaust removal systems may offer dampers as accessories, only the Vacuum Holster requires the operator to close the damper in order to retract the exhaust hose. This means that out-of-use hoses do not exhaust heated/cooled air. This results in lower energy costs.
The heat loss—and consequent utility expenses — that can occur because of undampered hose drops can be surprisingly high.
An Ascent Systems rep can quantify the heat loss that would arise with an undampered system, and can estimate the energy savings that would result from a dampered system. Just let us know the parameters of your proposed system, and we can produce an estimate!
From the exhaust fan to the tailpipe adapter, every component used in our systems has stood the test of time. We work with trusted suppliers and ensure that quality, fit and installation are of the highest quality in Farmingdale.
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