AIR FILTER VENTILATION
Ventilation and air purification systems protect against radioactive particles after nuclear, biological or chemical attacks.
Phone: +420 720 072 248
Kubelíkova 150/4, 460 07 Liberec
CBRN FILTER VENTILATION
The need to breathe clean and safe air is paramount. The air cleaning systems TEBRIX uses are based on military development and provide the best solution to protect against radioactive waste after nuclear, biological or chemical attacks. To ensure your safety, TEBRIX only works with licensed manufacturers from Switzerland, Israel, and form the Czech Republic as wll. Each air cleaning system is electrically powered and contains two back-up subsystems. One is an automatic source, drawing power from the battery in moments when the source suddenly fails, and the other subsystem is an emergency hand pump for long-term power outages. You can be sure that you will breathe completely purified air in the shelter. In addition, there are several filters through which the outside air passes.
The air cleaning system is based on military development that TEBRIX officially import directly from the manufacturers in Switzerland or Israel, or TEBRIX uses one of the partners of the Security Bunker Alliance, the Czech company (see below), depending on the needs. All polluted air is extracted by a fan, which then passes it through a valve. The air passes through a filter that cleans it and makes it suitable for breathing. The system is equipped with a high-end H14A filter, an F9 class pre-filter and a carbon filter capable of removing all known biological impurities, war gases and nuclear waste from the air.
The systems are equipped with anti-explosion valves to protect the shelter from the effects of sudden changes in outside air pressure. A nuclear weapon creates a shock wave that can cause sudden changes in atmospheric pressure (about 3 kg per square centimetre) that spread several tens of kilometres from the explosion site. The passage of the shock wave is followed by a sudden under pressure. If such waves enter the shelter, they will cause significant damage to occupants and equipment. Anti-explosion valves are located in the air ducts and exhaust pipes. Under normal conditions, the jet valves remain open and the spring-loaded valves automatically close under high pressure.