Type of extraction systems

Spring Recoiled Hose Reels

Auto Extract Systems spring recoiled hose reels comprise of suitably sized exhaust hoses and nozzles manually wound onto a drum located above the work area. These are our most popular type of vehicle exhaust extraction system. The reels are interconnected to suitably sized extraction fans to vehicle exhaust fumes to atmosphere. Drum sizes are available in 650mm, 850mm & 1250mm wide. Exhaust hoses for these type of reels can be 75mm, 100mm, 125mm, 150mm and 200mm in diameter.

Motorised Hose Reels

Auto Extract Systems motorised hose reels comprise of suitably sized exhaust hoses and nozzles wound onto a drum located above the work area, the height of the hose and nozzle is controlled an by electric motor. These are also very popular variant of vehicle exhaust extraction system. The reels are interconnected to suitably sized extraction fans to vehicle exhaust fumes to atmosphere. Drum sizes are available in 650mm, 850mm & 1250mm wide. Exhaust hoses for these type of reels can be 75mm, 100mm, 125mm, 150mm and 200mm in diameter.

Fixed Drops

Auto Extract Systems fixed drops are comprised of a vertical sections of ductwork connected to the main header duct terminating at approximately 1 metre from floor level. For the majority of these systems suitably sized hoses and nozzles are attached directly to the bottom of the drops for connection to the vehicles. Typical exhaust hoses diameters for these type of systems are 100mm, 125mm and 150mm. These types of drops would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Semi Flexible Drops

Auto Extract Systems semi flexible drops are comprised of a vertically suspended section of ductwork connected to the main header duct via a section of exhaust extraction hose and internal chain. For the majority of these systems suitably sized hoses and nozzles are attached directly to the bottom of the drops for connection to the vehicles. Typical exhaust hoses diameters for these type of systems are 100mm, 125mm and 150mm. These types of drops would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Spring Balancer Drops

Auto Extract Systems spring balancer drops are comprised of a vertically suspended exhaust hose connected to the main header duct. The weight of the hose is supported supported by a spring counter balancer allowing the hose to be moved easily for connection to the vehicle exhaust. Typical exhaust hoses diameters for these type of systems are 100mm, 125mm and 150mm. These types of drops would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Sliding Rails

Auto Extract Systems sliding rails exhaust extraction systems are normally used in long bays where traditional single points are not functional and extraction is required without having to connect and disconnect in different areas. A moveable trolley slides within the rail section allowing extraction along the total length of the bay. Typical exhaust hoses diameters for these type of systems are 100mm, 125mm and 150mm. These rails would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Underfloor Systems – Hose Stowage

Auto Extract Systems underfloor systems – hose stowage exhaust extraction systems are usually installed in new buildings only due to the extensive building works required. The underfloor section comprises of plastic pipework below the concrete slab to leave exposed floor plates to the rear of the vehicle bays, a builder is required to install this. The hose is stowed within the floor duct and is pulled out through the floor plate when in used and returned there when not required. Typical exhaust hoses diameters for these type of systems are 100mm and 125mm. These types of floor plates would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Underfloor Systems – Plug In

Auto Extract Systems self supporting arms systems come complete with exhaust extraction hoses and can be used for exhaust fume extraction. These are ideal in situations where positive connections to vehicles is difficult to achieve. Typical diameters are 125mm, 160mm and 200mm and these are available in lengths of 2,000mm, 3,000mm or 4,000mm. These types of extraction arms would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Self Supporting Arms

Auto Extract Systems self supporting arms systems come complete with exhaust extraction hoses and can be used for exhaust fume extraction. These are ideal in situations where positive connections to vehicles is difficult to achieve. Typical diameters are 125mm, 160mm and 200mm and these are available in lengths of 2,000mm, 3,000mm or 4,000mm. These types of extraction arms would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Articulated Arms

Auto Extract Systems articulated arms allow articulation across a working area of up to 16m arc. and have a range of applications. These are ideal in for use in high level buildings and those with crane tracks. Typical diameters are 125mm, 160mm, 200mm and 250mm and these are available in lengths of 4,000mm, 6,500mm or 8,500mm. These types of extraction arms would be utilised in conjunction with one of our extraction fans to vent exhaust extraction fumes to atmosphere.

Mobile Vex Kits

Auto Extract Systems VEX Kit 8 is a portable free standing fume extractor fitted with a 240v extraction fan providing an economical extraction solution across a wide range of vehicle types. The mobile exhaust extraction unit is ideal for single bay MOT stations where a fitted system may not be economically or physically practical. These are ideally suited for twin (side by side) or awkwardly positioned exhausts. As standard these kits come with a 150mm diameter hose at 5 metres long, however longer lengths are available on request.