Two California Departments Choose Rosenbauer CleanAir System

Rosenbauer developed its CleanAir system in conjunction with the University of Minnesota. CleanAir uses two types of filters to trap particulate such as a soot and an activated charcoal to change the chemistry of volatile organic compounds into a benign gas.

Two departments in California are taking delivery of apparatus with the systems installed: the Central Fire Protection District in Santa Cruz County and the Ceres Fire Department.

For more information, visit https://www.rosenbaueramerica.com/features/clean-cab-concepts/cleanair-recirculation-air-scrubber-patent-pending.

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