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By MagneGrip, Sep 21 2017 01:00PM

With constant news about the risk for cancer and other diseases caused by diesel emissions in firehouses, Fire/EMS departments grasp the need for exhaust removal but often lack the resources to fund a project. For fire/EMS departments that need a grant for Exhaust Removal System, MagneGrip offers free grant assistance. Through this program, grant professionals will help locate grants and work with departments to complete the application process. The FREE Grant Assistance program offers personal assistance by grant experts, including:

• Grant alerts (local, state and national)

• Grant writing training

• Narrative review

• Optional grant writing at 50% discount

• Ongoing support until a grant is found – greatly improving your changes for funding an Exhaust Removal System


The program is provided by FireGrantsHelp.com, which is an independent resource sponsored by MagneGrip Exhaust Removal Systems. To get started with the program, complete and submit the Grant Assistance form at www.magnegrip.com. The grant team will contact applicants and provide help until a grant is found.


For more information call 800-875-5440, email info@magnegrip.com or visit www.magnegrip.com.


By MagneGrip, Sep 14 2017 12:00PM

Is your exhaust removal system 100% effective in protecting firefighters from breathing exhaust gases and soot in the firehouse?

MagneGrip Group can repair and upgrades older exhaust removal systems -- including those made by other manufacturers. If system parts are still functional (such as the overhead tracks and ductwork), MagneGrip can convert the remainder of the system at a fraction of the cost of an all-new system. Since MagneGrip has multiple exhaust removal options, updating an older system can be easily accomplished.

For more information and free budgetary proposal call 800-875-5440, email info@magnegrip.com, or visit www.magnegrip.com.

By MagneGrip, Sep 11 2017 05:00PM

Connersville Fire Department (Connersville, IN) had an old, no longer effective Exhaust-O-Matic system that needed to be replaced. In addition, the firehouses have low ceilings and tight aisles between apparatus. These situations are ideally suited to MagneGrip Sliding Flexhose Track (SFT) System that features less hanging hose.

Using a grant from Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG), three stations were outfitted with the Sliding Flexhose Track (SFT) System, the compact-system designed for firehouses with back-in bays, low ceilings and narrow spaces. The patented 100% sealed system includes an ambient air intake for cooler operation.

“The SFT System is great because the hose gets out of the way,” Battalion Chief Tim McFarland said. “The hoses in other systems would knock things over and interfere with our runs.”

Before the MagneGrip installation, the air quality was poor; fumes hung in the air and soot covered the walls of the firehouses. “The health of our firefighters is critical to us,“ McFarland continued. “With living quarters upstairs and firefighters working 24 on, 48 off we needed a system to reduce the risk of breathing contaminants. The air quality is a 100% improvement from before. We can feel the difference.”

About the installation process, McFarland added, “The MagneGrip team is top-notch. They are very knowledgeable and there was no question they couldn’t answer. The workers cared about what they were doing and worked together well during installation. It was a pleasure to work with them.”

MagneGrip Exhaust Removal Systems remove diesel exhaust emissions in firehouses to reduce firefighter risk for cancer, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. The patented magnetic nozzle provides an airtight seal and is 100% effective in removing exhaust emissions. Systems have wireless auto-start activation. MagneGrip’s 1,000° F rated hose is now standard equipment.

MagneGrip Group also manufactures AirHAWK Air Purification Systems with ceiling-mounted air filtration units positioned to remove hazardous airborne contaminants.

MagneGrip Group offers a free Grant Assistance program through FireGrantsHelp.com. Grant experts provide personalized assistance until a grant is found. The program includes local, state and national grant alerts, online grant writing training, narrative review and optional grant writing at 50% discount.

For information, call 800-875-5440 or visit www.magnegrip.com.

By MagneGrip, Sep 7 2017 01:00PM

Fire/EMS departments can rid their firehouses of dangerous diesel exhaust emissions and receive free grant assistance. The program is provided by FireGrantsHelp.com, which is an independent resource sponsored by multiple vendors. It offers personal assistance by grant experts, including grant alerts (local, state and national), grant writing training, narrative review, as well as optional grant writing at 50% discount. MagneGrip Exhaust Removal Systems, one of the sponsors, provides additional information at www.magnegrip.com, with a Grant Assistance form. The grant team contacts applicants and provides help until a grant is found. Call 800-875-5440 for additional information.

By MagneGrip, Aug 31 2017 01:00PM

AirHAWK 3000 XL Air Purification Systems remove hazardous diesel exhaust and hydrocarbon compounds from firehouses to reduce the risk for cancer, heart disease and other debilitating diseases. Ceiling-mounted, the 3000 XL four-stage filtration units also remove airborne viruses, bacteria and mold spores as well as neutralize gaseous compounds such as benzene, nitrous oxide and other volatile organic compounds. High efficiency blower motors produce greater airflow -- at less cost -- to remove contaminants and circulate clean purified air into the firehouse.

Other AirHAWK units are available for turnout gear rooms and living quarters. AirHAWK’s nationwide sales and service team guarantees your satisfaction.

For more information and a budgetary proposal, call 800-875-5440, email info@airhawksystems.com or visit www.airhawksystems.com.

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