Resources

nioshNIOSH TECHNICAL INFORMATION

“Excessive turbulence could cause the contamination to be blown back into the shooters face”

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niosh-2009-136pdfNIOSH ALERT

“Exhausted air should not be recirculated back into the range”

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nafa_firing-range_guidelinepdfNAFA Firing Range Guideline

“Makeup air ratio of 30% is recommended to prevent the build of oxides of nitrogen & carbon”

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saddlerivertestresultspdf

Safety & Suggested Guideline Material

“Facility testing results”

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251400741_001pdfTesting

“Comparative testing Recirculating vs. Treated Fresh Air”

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shot-show-2016Shot Show Brochure

“2016 Shot Show Brochure”

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gun-range-inspection-datapdfShooting Ranges

“Country wide Lead Testing Failures”

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7_the-truth-about-indoor-shooting-range-ventilation_ndpdf-copyThe Truth About Indoor Shooting Range Ventilation

“2016 NSSF OSHA & Lead Management Presentation”

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