Forced Smoke and Heat Ventilation System

The FUMO VENT® system for forced smoke and heat extraction and disposal ensures the maintenance of a smoke-free layer to facilitate the safe evacuation of people during emergencies

The FUMO VENT® system is engineered for Forced Smoke and Heat Extraction (SEFFC) or smoke disposal systems in case of fire, designed according to UNI 9494-2 standards.

It can be configured for single or multiple compartments, with centralized suction, equipped with dampers for smoke control, and fixed or automatic smoke barriers.

The system comprises both mechanical and electrical components and holds the System Certification (SEFFC) UNI 9494-2.

Additionally, FUMO VENT® is particularly suitable for scenarios requiring smoke disposal to facilitate firefighting operations or in cases specified for performance level II (Chapter S8 - Fire Prevention Code).


Components of the FUMO VENT® System

  1. Smoke Extractor F400/F600
  2. Certified ducts
  3. Adjustable extraction nozzles
  4. Compartmentation dampers
  5. Smoke barriers
  6. Air intake dampers
  7. Control and command panel



FUMOVENT System Management Center with Redundant Technology

For large-scale smoke extraction systems with numerous scenarios and components, the ideal management solution is undoubtedly the FUMOVENT® SF 3000 center, designed to handle numerous complex scenarios and provide redundant technology.

In case of control board failure, the system can continue functioning seamlessly with fully redundant electronics.

This ensures that SEFFC - FUMOVENT® systems have very high reliability compared to traditional systems on the market.



Not only is the microprocessor structure duplicated, but also all other structures, components, and parts of the system.

Control Panels for the FUMOVENT System

Suitable for installations requiring management of numerous scenarios, with a system layout panel and manual control for SEFFC system fire safety valves (VVF).

The system is equipped with supervision using a dedicated PC for regulating extraction flows and components in the field. Direct system management via smartphone is possible, and a teleassistance service ensures prompt intervention and continuous system monitoring.


Reference Standards

EN 12101

UNI 9494-2