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  • Tempest 16″ Electric Power Smoke Ejector

    Smoke Ejectors are still the go to for many departments around the world for their compact size/weight, simplicity and affordability. Perfect for ventilating in confined spaces. Light weight and compact for convenient lifting/carrying and storage/transport.

    The EBS is what you think of when you hear negative pressure ventilation post knockdown. Simple, lightweight and durable, this “box-fan” will get the job done every time you plug it in.

  • Super Vac Gasoline Powered Smoke Ejector – GP164S

    16″ Smoke Ejector, Honda GX 120 Engine

    Say hello to the smallest gas powered fan in the industry. A 16″ gas-powered smoke ejector with a seven-point, single-piece cast aluminum blade, this fan can fit into tight compartments yet has the cfm output of a 20″ electrical smoke ejector thanks to its powerful Honda GX120 engine. This fan pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. When there is no electrical power supply and departments need a small fan with big power, the GP164S is the perfect solution.

  • Super Vac Gasoline Powered Smoke Ejector – GP167S

    16″ Smoke Ejector, Honda GX 160 Engine

    Say hello to the smallest gas powered fan in the industry. A 16″ gas-powered smoke ejector with a seven-point, single-piece cast aluminum blade, this fan can fit into tight compartments yet has the cfm output of a 20″ electrical smoke ejector thanks to its powerful Honda GX160 engine. This fan pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. When there is no electrical power supply and departments need a small fan with big power, the GP167S is the perfect solution.

  • Super Vac Gasoline Powered Smoke Ejector – GP187S

    18″ Smoke Ejector, Honda GX 200 Engine

    Say hello to the most powerful gas-powered smoke ejector in the industry — an 18″ gas-powered smoke ejector with a seven-point, single-piece cast aluminum blade. This fan can fit into smaller compartments yet has the cfm output of a 24″ electrical smoke ejector thanks to its powerful Honda GX200 engine. The GP187S pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. When there is no electrical power supply and departments need a powerful smoke ejector, the GP187S is the perfect solution.

  • Super Vac Hazardous Location Smoke Ejector – P124SE

    12″ Smoke Ejector, 1/2 Hp, Haz. Loc. High Speed Motor

    This 12″ electric, single-speed Super Vac Smoke Ejector is designed for high-powered air movement in a compact size, perfect for departments that need to ventilate smaller buildings or conserve apparatus space. This fan pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. Smoke ejectors are most effective when working with natural airflow and not against Mother Nature.

  • Super Vac Hazardous Location Smoke Ejector – P164SE

    16″ Smoke Ejector, 1/3 Hp, Hazardous Location Motor

    This 16″ electric hazardous-location, single-speed smoke ejector delivers the perfect combination of size and power — ideal for departments that need an everyday smoke ejector that can be used in all types of environments, including hazardous locations with unknown gases. The P164SE is powered by a motor rated for Class 1, Group D environments. Super Vac smoke ejectors are designed to pull smoke from structures using negative pressure, or they can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics.

  • Super Vac Hazardous Location Smoke Ejector – P164SE-AL

    16″ Smoke Ejector, 1/3 Hp, Haz. Loc. Motor, Aluminum

    This 16″ electric hazardous-location, single-speed smoke ejector delivers the perfect combination of size and power — ideal for departmentsthat need an everyday smoke ejector that can be used in all types of environments, including hazardous locations with unknown gases. The P164SE is powered by a motor rated for Class 1, Group D environments. Super Vac smoke ejectors are designed to pull smoke from structures using negative pressure, or they can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics.

  • Super Vac Hazardous Location Smoke Ejector – P200SE

    20″ Smoke Ejector, 1.0 Hp, Haz. Location Motor, Steel

    This 20” electric hazardous-location, single-speed smoke ejector packs high-powered air movement — all while running on a 15-amp household circuit — perfect for departments with larger residential buildings in their jurisdictions and in all types of environments, including hazardous locations with unknown gases. The P200SE is powered by a motor rated for Class 1, Group D environments. Super Vac smoke ejectors are designed to pull smoke from structures using negative pressure, or they can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics.

  • Super Vac Hazardous Location Smoke Ejector – P200SE-AL

    20″ Smoke Ejector, 1.0 Hp, Haz. Location Motor, Alum

    This 20” electric hazardous-location, single-speed smoke ejector packs high-powered air movement — all while running on a 15-amp household circuit — perfect for departments with larger residential buildings in their jurisdictions and in all types of environments, including hazardous locations with unknown gases. The P200SE is powered by a motor rated for Class 1, Group D environments. Super Vac smoke ejectors are designed to pull smoke from structures using negative pressure, or they can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics.

  • Super Vac Hazardous Location Smoke Ejector – P244SE

    24″ Smoke Ejector, 1.5 Hp, Haz. Location Motor

    This 24″ electric, single-speed Super Vac Smoke Ejector is designed for high-powered air movement for the largest jobs — perfect for departments with large residential structures of mid-sized commercial buildings in their jurisdicitions. This fan pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. Smoke ejectors are most effective when working with natural airflow and not against Mother Nature (A 20-amp circuit is required to run the fan on 115 volts).

  • Super Vac Standard Location Smoke Ejector – P124S

    12″ Smoke Ejector, 1/2 Hp, Electric High Speed Motor

  • Super Vac Standard Location Smoke Ejector – P164S

    16″ Smoke Ejector, 1/3 Hp, Electric Motor

    The most popular smoke ejector in the fire industry, this 16″ electric, single-speed Super Vac Smoke Ejector delivers the perfect combination of size and power, perfect for departments that need an everyday smoke ejector. This fan pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. Smoke ejectors are most effective when working with natural airflow and not against Mother Nature.

  • Super Vac Standard Location Smoke Ejector – P164S-AL

    16″ Smoke Ejector, 1/3 Hp, Electric Motor, Aluminum

    A 16”, electric, single-speed, designed to be the perfect combination of size and power. Perfect for departments in need of an everyday. The toughest fan.

  • Super Vac Standard Location Smoke Ejector – P200S

    20″ Smoke Ejector, 1.0 Hp, Electric Motor, Steel

    This 20″ electric, single-speed Super Vac Smoke Ejector packs high-powered air movement — all while running on a 15-amp household circuit — perfect for departments with larger residential buildings in their jurisdictions. This fan pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. Smoke ejectors are most effective when working with natural airflow and not against Mother Nature.

  • Super Vac Standard Location Smoke Ejector – P200S-AL

    20″ Smoke Ejector, 1.0 Hp, Electric Motor, Aluminum

  • Super Vac Standard Location Smoke Ejector – P244S

    24″ Smoke Ejector, 1.5 Hp, Electric Motor

    This 24″ electric, single-speed Super Vac Smoke Ejector is designed for high-powered air movement for the largest jobs — perfect for departments with large residential structures of mid-sized commercial buildings in their jurisdicitions. This fan pulls smoke from structures using negative pressure but can be flipped around for positive pressure tactics. Smoke ejectors are most effective when working with natural airflow and not against Mother Nature (A 20-amp circuit is required to run the fan on 115 volts).

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