Eliminate Engine Exhaust from Your Test Cell
Eliminating engine exhaust from the test cell is essential to ensure proper engine operation and safety for your personnel. While anyone can purchase the parts required to fabricate an exhaust system, count on Dyne Systems to provide a superior solution that benefits your current and future requirements.
Each facility is different and therefore requires that a system be designed to adapt to the individual building requirements.
A hood style exhaust system pulls make-up air into the test cell while removing both engine exhaust and room. This open exhaust system does not require any engine connections, reducing the test time and labor involved with setup. A small ventilator should be installed into the ceiling to permit the escape of any fumes not captured.
Closed Exhaust System
A closed exhaust system requires direct connection to the engine and removes only engine exhaust. The advantage of a closed exhaust system is the test cell is quieter than with an open exhaust system. A separate fan-powered exhaust system is required to pull in make-up air and discharge the heat and fumes.