The Air Force Civil Engineer Center's Fire and Emergency Services division at Tyndall Air Force Base (Florida) is spearheading an effort to virtually eliminate potentially harmful contaminants from the diesel engine exhaust in their new firefighting fleet. Brian Goddin with Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center public affairs shows us the new filtration system that will be 'standard equipment' on all new Air Force fire trucks from now on.
For 2007, 2010 & Newer Vehicles. An apparatus-mounted, direct source protection system that features a high-performance substrate with a propriety wash coat that removes harmful gases from diesel exhaust.
For 2006 & Earlier Model Engines. An apparatus-mounted, direct source filtration system that works automatically to protect you from the dangers of breathing diesel exhaust.
Models the NO SMOKE 2 System, but is specially designed to meet the needs of Gasoline Engines that emit higher levels of harmful gases.