Sounds good!Assuming no exhaust leaks the only exhaust fume in a pto should be out of the tailpipe.
Oil vented into the truck, whether it's combusted or not, can't possibly be good if you're driving around in the vehicle all day long and this thing is just a couple of feet behind you.PTO. You would have oil in the blower and the pump. They are not combusted but do get heated and vented into the truck.
*you also have blower exhaust (exits outside), chem fumes, waste tank
That makes sense. Seems like if sealing is preferred, a slide-in unit would probably be the more suitable candidate?It is unlikely you could fully seal the cab with a pto unit. You have the shaft that comes through and some units have components between the seats.
LOL... Not gonna lie, you got me laughing with this one!It will likely scare some customers. This shouldn't prevent you from wearing PPE as suggested by SDS sheets or to protect your health in general. Explaining to the customer that you are paranoid af about your occupational exposure before you don the hazmat suit may help.
Not sure if this is a cart before the horse situation. If I wait for it to be an issue before I devise a fix, that would be reactive in nature. But, if I can proactively think it through and roadmap items that are okay, maybe, and absolute deal breakers, I can plan accordingly. For instance, without asking the questions I've asked thus far, I wouldn't know that sealing a direct drive may be next to impossible. With that knowledge in hand, I can plan my vehicle purchase accordingly. I guess these are just steps to cross my T's and dotting my i's.... it helps me be proactive and plan accordingly.again cart before horse. Shouldn't you know this is an issue before you devise fixes? Are you going to hold your breath anytime you're around the truck when it's running?