How Flare-Lok® Exhaust Hoses Can Solve Your Industrial Fume Extraction Challenges

A fume extraction hose is usually fitted to a piece of equipment that produces toxic fumes. It is very common to see these hoses in garages, service centers, and various industrial facilities where toxic emissions are produced as a part of regular operations. These hoses act as the flexible and customizable end to a hard-piped […]


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Know Why the Type of Exhaust Hose Matters

Vehicle exhaust fumes are dangerous, even at low concentrations. That is why garages and service centers typically remove the vehicle fumes through an exhaust hose attached to the exhaust pipe. There are various types of exhaust hoses depending upon the type of vehicle and whether you are going out a door, into an overhead duct, […]


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All You Need to Know About Y- Assemblies

Exhaust gases are a toxic workplace hazard in facilities like garages, fire stations, and service centers. Prolonged exposure to these gases results in dangerous consequences to both workers and customers alike, which is why OSHA regulates the levels of these fumes. Thus, safe removal of the exhaust is of utmost importance at all the aforementioned […]


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Vehicle Exhaust Removal Systems: A Solution to Health Hazards Associated with Automobile Industry

Operators in the automobile industry are certainly exposed to harmful vehicle exhaust fumes. Toxic exhaust fumes of CO, CO2, and NOx are produced during vehicle repair and maintenance in garages and fire stations. These exhaust fumes can cause serious damage to human health. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has declared soot, particulate matter, and […]


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Tips to Choose Garage Exhaust Hoses

Garage exhaust fumes are hazardous because they contain toxic compounds like carbon monoxide. This is why the installation of an auto exhaust hose for the garage is essential. The need for exhaust garage hoses differs according to the application and operational parameters. This post offers tips for selecting an auto exhaust hose for the garage. […]


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All You Need to Know About Splice Connectors

Most of you till now may have heard of splice connectors in context with electrical wires. However, they are also used for hoses in garages and other exhaust extraction applications. A splice is basically a joint formed when two hoses or pipes are combined together. A splice connector establishes a connection between the two hoses […]


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Flare-Lok® Exhaust Hoses: Benefits and Features Discussed in Detail

Quality exhaust hoses ensure the safety of people and premises. They help move toxic exhaust fumes and gases from garages and automotive facilities. Exhaust-Away sells only the highest quality exhaust removal systems and its products are widely used across the US. Flare-Lok® exhaust hoses from Exhaust-Away have been one of the most popular hoses used […]


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What Makes Exhaust-Away’s Act Hoses Ideal for Your Vehicle Repair Facility?

Garage exhaust hoses are an essential piece of equipment in the automobile repair industry. They are required to remove dangerous vehicle exhaust fumes from your facility. However, it is extremely important that you choose the correct hose for the application. Automobile repair and fire station facilities are subjected to high-temperature vehicle exhaust. Acknowledging all these […]


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Garage Exhaust Systems: Solution to Critical Indoor Vehicle Exhaust Problems

A vehicle exhaust system is designed to discharge toxic combustibles into the air. When the vehicle is under test run at a fire station or under servicing at a garage, it poses potential hazards of carbon build-up. Unlike, on the go vehicle exhaust, the indoor vehicle exhaust builds up inside the fire station or garage. […]


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Why You Should Choose Dynamometer Exhaust Hoses by Exhaust-Away

A dynamometer is a device that measures torque, and speed of the rotary system such as wheels, cranks, etc. Owing to this feature, the dynamometer is used for vehicle exhaust tests. During such tests, high-temperature exhaust gases are emitted, which are required to be drawn out of the testing device via a hose. In order […]


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