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AIRVAC 911® 2021 Conference Schedule

Pending Event Decisions due to COVID-19

Dover - New Hampshire, October 11, 2021

Air Vacuum Corporation has released a preliminary schedule of conferences where it will be exhibiting the AIRVAC 911® Engine Exhaust Removal System. Fire stations across the country are focused on creating clean air environments for their first responders. With this system, you can protect 100% of the apparatus bay area by constantly monitoring and automatically removing diesel exhaust and particulate matter from your station 24/7. No hoses, building modifications, ducting or external exhaust fans. A MERV-16 filter removes particles 0.3-1.0 microns in size at a 95%+ efficiency. Plus, remove off-gassing and engine exhaust backwash. Energy efficient. NFPA 1500/OSHA/GSA Compliant. Made in USA. 

Current Schedule
Visit the above link for our schedule and please bookmark for future reference. Any changes resulting from organization decisions to postpone or cancel an event will be reflected. 

Contact us to learn more about the AIRVAC 911® System and request a free proposal.


About Air Vacuum Corporation
Founded more than 25 years ago, in 1994, Air Vacuum Corporation designed the AIRVAC 911® Engine Exhaust Removal System to protect first responders by removing hazardous gases and particulate matter from fire stations and EMS facilities. Today, controlling the spread of these contaminants is critical to the health of firefighters and EMS personnel who are at increased risk for cancer and other diseases caused by prolonged, uncontrolled exposure to these contaminants. AIRVAC 911® is the only hose-free, fully automatic system with a multi-directional airflow design that maximizes particulate and gas removal from the breathing zone. There is no need for building modifications, ducting or outside exhausting and the system is virtually maintenance free. AIRVAC 911® targets Hot Zones and “Engine Exhaust Backwash”, engine exhaust that re-enters the station when vehicles depart and return to create a clean air environment for first responders. This energy-efficient system is manufactured in the U.S.A. and meets NFPA 1500, OSHA, IBOCA, EPA and GSA standards. Air Vacuum Corporation is a member of the NFPA and a GSA Contract Holder. Visit:


Tom Vitko