You can also avoid CO poisoning by:
• Replacing damaged or failed hoses immediately
• Always use a tailpipe adapter and a high-quality ventilation system
• Provide an exhaust hose for each individual service bay
• Use garage exhaust hoses even if door and windows are opened
• Regularly inspect exhaust removal systems / Check powered exhaust systems daily
Garage exhaust hoses are one of the most important aspects of an exhaust removal system.
The most common exhaust hose is a crushproof hose specifically designed to provide a ground-based, out the door solution for repair facilities. Crushproof is ideal for almost any rear, low-mount exhaust pipes, however, there are also overhead and underfloor systems that may better meet the demands of your specific application.
Before selecting a solution, consider these system design factors.
Based on your application you may need to utilize a telescoping system, straight splice, or elbow connector. When implementing an overhead system keep these factors in mind: