Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems and fans provide air-conditioning and heating inside military vehicles, shelters, and other installations.
HVAC military systems include portable or vehicle-mounted systems and can also be installed in military tents and humanitarian camps.
Blowers can be used to cool ducts, and in equipment such as combat helmets and night-vision gear. Military applications of ducts include command posts, decontamination facilities, communications centres, and tactical shelters.
Finding suppliers of HVAC military equipment, fans, blowers and ducting
Army Technology has listed the leading suppliers of HVAC systems, fans, blowers, and ducting, based on its experience in the sector.
The list includes suppliers of military space heaters; ventilation; nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) filtration systems, fans; blowers; and ducting solutions.
The information provided in the download is intended for vehicle manufacturers and operators, procurement officers, engineers, and individuals involved in the acquisition and maintenance of HVAC systems, fans, blowers, and ducting products.
The download contains details about the manufacturers and suppliers and their product and service offerings, alongside contact details.
Related Buyer’s Guides which cover an extensive range of military equipment manufacturers, solutions providers and technology, can also be found here.
HVAC, fans, blowers, and ducting solutions for military applications
Military-grade HVAC, fans, blowers, and ducting solutions include:
- HVAC systems, generators, and trailers
- Field-deployable mobile heating, cooling, and drying units to support military camps
- Condensing units and portable heating and cooling units
- Fans for uses such as gun smoke extraction and engine cooling
- Electronic fans for cooling the avionics bay of military aircraft
- Centrifugal blowers in single and duplex configurations
- Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) filtration systems to provide protection against CBRN hazards
- Military hoses and ducting, chemical and biological barrier ducting, electromagnetic interference (EMI) ducting, and infrared (IR)-reflective ducting systems
CBRN filtration systems are installed to provide fresh air to armed forces, free of CBRN contaminants released in an accident or a terrorist attack using CBRN weapons and related materials.