FAQs

See and Be Seen - Safety Lighting for Linemen and Public Works

For safety, Lentry Lights help linemen see and be seen, whether working high on a pole or low down in a trench. Here are their benefits specific to those in utilities, public works, disaster recovery and related fields.

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Pole work? Trench work? This lighting will make the job easier and safer.

Stand-Alone Lighting for Sports like Soccer

Self contained, stand-alone area lighting systems called Lentry® Systems can extend the playing and practice times for team sports and events which occur during the fall and winter when sunlight is short.

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Remote area field light, lighting a soccer field

All-Terrain Scene Light vs Generator Light Kit

What is the difference between Lentry® All-Terrain Scene Lighting Systems and Honda generators with common light kits, inflatable lights, balloon lights, and other common emergency scene lighting tools?

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Generator lights and kits versus all-terrain scene lighting

Where do Lentry Light Towers fall along the spectrum?

Lentry Lights fill the need for light between flashlights and stadium lights. If one is too small and dim and the other too big and slow, Lentry Lights may be just right.

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Conventional light tower too much? Flashlight not enough? Lentry Lights might be just right.

Diesel Injection for Brush/Stump Fans

We do not make a diesel injection system for our brush burning fans, but we do make a fan that works extraordinarily well without the need for diesel or other fire accelerants.

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Diesel Injection for Brush/Stump Fans

All-Terrain Scene Light Saves Itself

This is the story of a portable scene lighting system which saved its own life, thanks to all-terrain legs.

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All-Terrain Scene Light Saves Itself

Where to find serial numbers

How to find the unit and serial numbers on Ventry® Fans and Lentry® Lighting Systems.

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Where to find VENTRY PPV Fan serial numbers

Live Fire Training Photos with PPV Fans in Action

Photos showing Ventry® Fans in action, during live fire trainings at local fire departments, show our company’s commitment to innovation. Improvements are applied to ALL applicable models, retrofit when possible, and sometimes are available to existing customers for free!

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Photo of ventilation training by volunteer fire department in Hauser, Idaho

Battery-Powered PPV Fans

In fire fighting, battery powered fans are popular right now. We discuss our concerns and why we continue to solve our customers' ventilation needs with gasoline and electric PPV Fans.

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Joan holds a blow-off between electric Ventry Fan and a popular batfan

Mall Ventilation: Portable Fans vs. Mobile Ventilation Unit

This FAQ covers ventilating large structures; ventilation using multiple portable PPV fans, ventilation of super-sized (large!) structures using small fans, and portable fans as an alternative to built-in smoke removal systems.

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ventilating a mall with multiple portable PPV fans