Petrol-driven ventilators

LEADER petrol-driven fans are aimed at rescue workers who want maximum flow in all circumstances, without the constraint of an external energy supply, whilst guaranteeing efficiency thanks to Easy Pow’Air and NEO technology.
Autonomy and power are the guarantees offered by LEADER petrol-driven fans
The powerful but economical motors provide effective and high-performance air jets thanks to the Easy Pow’Air technology, which reinforces the air drive effect of turbo fans. 

The Easy Pow’air technology allows the fan to be positioned at a distance between 2 and 6m, leaving room for movement and reducing noise as much as possible to facilitate operational communications
The frame design ensures the petrol-drive fan stays in place in all circumstances, even if it needs to be tilted to work on a landing or facing stairs. 
The large wheels make it easy to transport, without tiring the users. 
The available flows are between 28,800 m3/h and over 100,000 m3/h. 

The NEO technology available for 16” devices give LEADER fans the best “space/performance” ratio. 
This is thanks to the optimal combination of a highly resistant propeller, coupled with a highly technical grille in composite material and a reinforced mono-block frame. 

Finally, the integrated automatic tilting system ensures it is always in the correct position! 

All petrol-driven firefighting fans can be equipped with fan accessories such as a blowing and extraction duct, a high expansion foam adapter or a mister.



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