Smoke Exhaust System ("SEF")

Smoke Exhaust System ("SEF")

A Smoke Exhaust System also known as a Smoke Spill System is a special configuration of those elements of an air-handling system that comprises an electric motor, fan unit and ductwork that may be used as part of the smoke and heat controls of the building to draw contaminated or smoke filled air from within a building and discharge the contaminated air outside the building.

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