Removal of Ammonia Vapors After a Spill
Removal of Ammonia Vapors After a Spill (1989)-Is Positive Pressure Ventilation a new and more cost effective approach to effectively remove ammonia vapors within a structure? This concept is currently being used and promoted by numerous fire departments around the country as a fast and effective means of clearing a structure of heat, smoke, toxic gases, and in some cases, directing fire away from firefighters during fire suppression and overhaul operations. To understand Positive Pressure Ventilation, lets take a look at the term "Ventilation" and how it can be applied to removing ammonia vapors from a structure.
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