PPV as a support for firefighting in subways

Positive pressure ventilation (PPV) fans are widely used by the fire service during firefighting operations in buildings. Fans are positioned to create a flow through the enclosure. This flow can remove the smoke after the fire or affect the direction…

Apreco introduce the PRV-F2 for stairwell pressurisation

Apreco, a global-leader in the development of fire suppression vents, is excited to introduce a new product: the PRV-F2. With specially formed aerofoil blades, the PRV-F2 delivers superior efficiency for the application of stairwell pressurisation. This latest offering provides an…

PPV fans – New technologies for improved health and safety

The benefits of PPV, both for active and passive purposes have been well known to fire services for some time, but recent advances in PPV technology have led to a rewriting of the rule book in this critical area of…

How to choose a fan

Selecting a fan for firefighting and rescue operations, much like a hand-line nozzle, comes down to ensuring you have the right flow performance for the right mission. Flow performance includes flow volume, pressure, and stream pattern. The right combination of…

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