Intrinsically Safe Exhaust Fans

Intrinsically Safe Exhaust Fans

Intrinsically safe exhaust fans are used by responders during rescue operations to ventilate confined spaces or enclosed areas with contaminated atmospheres. Intrinsic safety is achieved by making certain that only low voltages and current enter hazardous areas, ensuring there is no ignition hazard.

The Focus Group Report, Market Survey Report, and Assessment Report on Intrinsically Safe Exhaust Fans are limited distribution documents, and are available in the SAVER Community on First Responder Communities of Practice (FRCoP).

Find this project in the FEMA Authorized Equipment List and InterAgency Board Interactive Standardized Equipment List.

AEL Category, Title, Number, and Project:

AEL Category: 19. CBRNE Logistical Support Equipment

AEL Title: Fan, Intrinsically Safe, Exhaust

AEL Number: 19GN-00-FANE

SAVER Project: Intrinsically Safe Exhaust Fans

Last Published Date: Friday, July 15, 2016
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