- PVSC-5 - Portable Vertical Stack Cane Fan Models - Specification
- PVSC-6 - Portable Vertical Stack Cane Series: PVSC-B-MTR Eliminator (Bus Model with Fan)
- PVSC-7 - Portable Vertical Stack Cane Series: PVSC-T-MTR Eliminator (Truck Model with Fan)
- PVSC-8 - Portable Vertical Stack Cane Series: PVSC-A-MTR Eliminator (Ag Model with Fan)
- PVSC-9 - Portable Vertical Stack Cane Series: PVSC-G-MTR Eliminator (GILLIG Model with Fan)
The Portable Fume Eliminator is your answer for indoor exhaust capture, when hazardous fumes are present. The Eliminator was developed for use in shops where a conventional overhead or underfloor system is not practical.
The Eliminator is ideal for truck, bus, agricultural, and construction equipment applications. The Eliminator is easy to use and maneuver. In just seconds, the Eliminator can be moved into position, connected to a 120‐volt power source (three phase option available), and turned on.
Due to its’ small size, storing the Eliminator is not a problem. The compact base has a footprint of 20” x 28” (standard Eliminator) or 32” x 72” (hose reel Eliminator). Depending on the model, the vertical mast has a stored height of 90” or 120”.
The adjustable mast is a key feature. It can be easily raised or lowered to fit all top‐and mid‐body exhaust pipes. For under chassis, simply uncouple the hose on the ver‐tical mast and couple it to an under chassis clamping nozzle.
For truck applications, the main vertical stack features a 45‐degree end with an 8” opening. The configuration allows for use with straight, taper cut, turn out, and rain cap vertical stacks. For bus applications, or for vehicles with a high horizontal exit exhaust pipe, the Eliminator features a straight end with an 8” mouth.
The Eliminator is available with or without a fan. The fan is a 1.5‐HP, 120‐volt, single‐phase unit, which produces approximately 700‐800 CFM of exhaust. The discharge hose is available with two storage options: on a single hose storage mast, or on a Monoxivent hose reel.
Auto Dealerships, Motorcycle Shops, Light Equipment Repair, Military Vehicles, Diesel Trucks, Heavy Equipment, Aircraft Ventilation, Marine Applications, Bus Transit, Generators, Garage Settings, High Ceiling/Bay Applications, Any indoor location where internal combustion engines are running.