Emergency Service Vehicles

Emergency service vehicles present endless types of applications with auxiliary equipment and personnel generating additional heat and requiring supplemental cooling. From Animal and Inmate transfer, Command Centre, Task force and Tactical operations, these Emergency Service vehicles require unique heating and cooling systems to ensure specific operating environments for operating personnel and occupants.

Ambulances do not have the same HVAC requirements as other types of vehicles, where ensuring sufficient cooling is critical. These heating and cooling systems need to be carefully designed to ensure precise temperature control.

Firefighters loaded with heavy heat insulating protective gear create a lot of heat in the cabs of fire trucks. These trucks need AC systems which operate reliably and provide a great deal of cooling for occupants.

Emergency Service vehicles require unique heating and cooling systems to ensure specific operating environments for operating personnel and occupants. Firefighters loaded with heavy heat insulating protective gear create a lot of heat in the cabs of fire trucks. These trucks need AC systems which operate reliably and provide a great deal of cooling.
Brush Fire attach and "HotShot" support vehicles require enhanced cooling systems to ensure comfort for Firefighters.
Firefighters loaded with heavy heat insulating protective gear create a lot of heat in the cabs of fire trucks. These trucks need AC systems which operate reliably and provide a great deal of cooling.
Emergency Service vehicles require unique heating and cooling systems to ensure specific operating environments for operating personnel and occupants.
Brush Fire attach and "HotShot" support vehicles require enhanced cooling systems to ensure comfort for Firefighters.
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Emergency service vehicles present endless types of applications with auxiliary equipment and personnel generating additional heat and requiring supplemental cooling. Arctic Traveler Canada can provide combined heating and cooling equipment with higher heating capacities controlled through a single controller.

As much as the applications can vary, the solutions can vary as well. Systems can start with the simple addition of a rear evaporator/heater, and expand up to adding a completely separate system with multiple evaporators. Through our extensive supplier network we have access to parts to repair OEM systems, design a new system for new trucks or retrofit existing trucks for increased cooling capability.

Arctic Traveler Canada can provide combined heating and cooling equipment with higher heating capacities, separate heating and cooling systems, or add an auxiliary Espar heater all controlled through a single controller. 

Contact us, we can help design the HVAC systems for your application.

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