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Renz GmbH – High-quality and efficient positive pressure ventilation systems

Firefighting and rescue services are the focus of the owner-managed Renz GmbH in Eppertshausen near Frankfurt am Main. By means of demand-oriented consulting, high quality and efficiency of the products is guaranteed. The innovative Typhoon positive pressure ventilation systems enable rescue forces to effectively ventilate buildings in the event of a fire. Smoke, toxic gases and heat can be removed more effectively and decisively faster with the use of the fans, making it easier, or even possible at all, for rescue personnel to enter the rooms. The product range includes a gasoline, water and electric series in certified explosion-proof designs. In addition, the portfolio has been expanded to include a smoke ejector with gasoline or water drive and battery-powered fans. 

Water-turbine-driven PPV

The idea is unique. To build a system that generates stronger airflows and yet weighs less. The result: Renz positive pressure ventilation system, the Typhoon. 

The secret of the Typhoon lies in the driving power of the water turbine. The device is maintenance-free because no other motor is needed. Just connect it to any pumping station or hydrant.

The Typhoon also sets new standards in safety. It runs without electricity or gasoline: no sparking, no carbon monoxide and it meets all ATEX requirements according to EXII 2GD cIIC T6 (80°C).

Weighing less than 14kg and 34kg respectively, the Typhoon 21W10 and 30W22 is a portable and compact lightweight unit. With a flow rate of up to 850m³ per minute, it delivers gram for gram more than any other ventilator on the market and disperses smoke and toxic gases many times faster than any other device. Due to the very low spray rate of approximately 40 l/min only small amounts of contaminated liquid are produced.

For more information about the Typhoon series also with combustion and electric motors, please contact your Renz dealer.

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EEx electro-motor PPV

Requirement for the explosion-proof design of the fans: No ignition hazards emanate from any component of the complete unit during regular operation and normal operating faults. The mobile positive pressure ventilation units with electric drive from Renz are available in sizes 18, 21 and 30 inches and are approved as complete units in accordance with Directive 2014/34/EU. 

21W10 Water Turbine Driven PPV Angle adjustment: up to 45°.

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21W10 Water Turbine Driven PPV Angle adjustment: up to 45°.
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Gasoline-driven PPV

New to the Renz product portfolio are the AirFlow gasoline engines in five different sizes 18,21,24, 27 and 30 inches with lightweight aluminium frames. Weight, dimensions, tilt adjustment and airflow are significantly improved thanks to the new frame design. 

Our electric fans with adjustable/fixed speed have also been optimized. Weight, manoeuvrability and air performance have been significantly improved.

EEx-Electro Motor Overpressure ventilation devices for intended use in potentially explosive areas Directive 2014/34 / EU.

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EEx-Electro Motor Overpressure ventilation devices for intended use in potentially explosive areas Directive 2014/34 / EU.
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At the Interschutz trade fair in Hannover Germany we would like to present our latest innovation, the battery-powered fan with 1,000 watts of power. For more information, please visit our website www.typhoon-fans.com or our booth at the Interschutz Fair in Hannover, Germany, outdoor area P41.

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