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Battery-Powered Chain Saw Conversion Kit

Convert your ordinary Makita, Dewalt, or Milwaukee Chain Saw into a heavy-duty rescue saw. Super Vac’s Chain Saw Conversion Kits turn ordinary 16″ wood-cutting Makita, DeWalt or Milwaukee battery-powered chain saws into heavy-duty rescue saws for the fire industry. These battery-powered saws are usually only ideal for cutting wood, but this kit equips the saw with a carbide-tipped chain designed to cut through wood, nails, asphalt, shingles and light metal, as well as residential and commercial roofing — all with ease to the firefighter while not damaging the chain.
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Rescue Chainsaw

The SV3 Rescue Chainsaw is a high power, reliable chain saw made for venting and rescue operations. Proven ability to cut layered residential roofing, downed trees and building materials. The specialized Airmaster Multi-Chamber filtration system stops large particles in a primary chamber, allowing the finer second chamber to more efficiently trap the finest particles without risk of clogging by large splinters and chips.
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Rescue Cutoff Saw

Super Vac's SVC4-14 Rescue Cutoff Saw is the perfect combination of strength and mobility in a rescue cut off saw. Proven ability to cut concrete, asphalt, stone, steel, rebar, aluminum, commercial roofing, and more.
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Super Vac PPV fans

SAVE 10% ON SUPER VAC BATTERY FANS DURING NOVEMBER

Super Vac PPV fans come in many different sizes from 16″ blades that fit in the tightest of apparatus compartments to large scale PPVs for the largest of jobs, and a variety of power options – battery, electric, or gas.

How to select a PPV fan?

First, what is the best way for you and your department to power your PPV?  Super Vac 16″ and 18″ variable-speed battery fans, which work with your choice of dual DEWALT® batteries or Milwaukee® batteries, are the most compatible PPV interfaces on the market. An Electric motor is reliable, has a perfectly clean airstream, is generally more quiet and no fussing with gas/oil, but requires generators for set-up.  Some electric can even be used in Hazardous Locations.  Gas has a faster set up and is more powerful than electric motors, but can add by products of combustion into the airstream and requires more maintenance. 

Second, what is the best size for you and your department?  How much room do you have on your truck?  What size buildings are in your area?  How much output are you looking to get out of your fan? Next pick a specific motor/engine.  Do you need variable speed, hazardous location motors?  What engine manufacturer do you prefer and trust? Contact us to find the right PPV fan for your department.