The Potential Dangers of costly Filters
For your indoor shooting range, having a quality indoor shooting range ventilation system could mean the difference between jeopardizing the long-term health of customers and employees. With all of the pressure that shooting range managers & owners face in keeping their doors open to the public, is the shooting range ventilation system can often be one of the more neglected aspects of the business.
The most common filter used for air quality control in indoor shooting ranges are the High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters. While these filters have worked adequately well under optimal circumstances in the past, in recent years, HEPA filter regulation standards and quality has gone down noticeably. On average, 20 percent of HEPA filters contain a defect. The poor regulation of these defects between air quality agencies means many of these defective filters are sold to businesses.
For the indoor shooting range industry especially, which deals with potentially high levels of poisonous particles as a part of the trade, defective filters pose a serious threat to health and safety. However, many gun ranges use HEPA filters without assuring the best quality possible. Defective HEPA filters will not be able to effectively clear poisonous gases and particulates, such as lead, barium, and carbon monoxide from the air — which if left unresolved, can lead to death.
In order to combat this important issue within the industry, Rushing Air has created a revolutionary range ventilation system that both filters AND circulates fresh air into indoor gun ranges. Our 100% Conditioned Air Displacement System leverages cutting edge technology and is user friendly and easy to use. Our system moved filters that scrub the air down to the exhaust, limiting any filter defect, to the shooter or employees.
We created an air quality well above the federal standard, assuring that gun range patrons and employees can breathe easy and safe.