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

Previous articleNVFC Awarded Grant to Expand Fire Service Behavioral Health Initiatives
Next articleTwo Additional Departments Receive Turnout Gear through MSA’s 2019 Globe Gear Giveaway

No posts to display