Shooting ranges in closed halls pose a health risk to people present. When shooting, pollutants are emitted, which in closed systems lead to contamination of the breathing air of shooters and supervisors.
Lead levels and carbon monoxide can reach dangerous levels. The lead content is not measured from the air, but the carbon monoxide is measured with gas sensors.
In a first step, the ventilation is switched on or the ventilation level is increased, and in a further step people are prompted to evacuate by warning signals. Ventilation also reduces the lead content in the air.
The ventilation should transport the pollutants away from shooters and supervisors. Your specialist for ventilation construction will be happy to support you in designing a ventilation system for shooting ranges.