Single-phase indutrial vacuum cleaners are mainly used for non-continuous cleaning of manufacturing areas or for overhead cleaning.
Examples of potentially combustible dust include cereals, flour, starch, sugar, animal feed, light metals, coal, plastics, and textiles.
When it comes to workplace safety and the potential danger level of dusts, three classes of dusts condeired a risk to health have been identified: L(low risk), M (mediam risk) and H (high risk).
Hazardous dust demands the highest level of safety to entsure maximum health protection.
Three-phase industrial vacuum cleaners are designed for continuous use. They are ideal for integration into process machines, for use in fixed installations and for heavy-duty use in general.
Nilfisk machines designed for the pharmaceutical and food industries assure the highest level of specialization and are able to satify even the most demadning requirements.
The industrial vacuums in the Nilfisk's "OIL" series can vacuum up cutting oil and emulsion along with shavings.
Henderson Enterprises provide service and support for complete selection of pneumatic converying systems.
Nilfisk compressed air industrial vacuums have been designed to operate whenever electricity is unavailable or forbidden by (for example) ATEX directives.
The centralized vacuum systems is the perfect tool to efficiently clean wide areas, where there are more floors, when there is lot of waster to collect and it's often interconnected to process machines to provide vacuum where needed.
Nilfisk produces a range of industrial vacuums for the recovery of manufacturing scraps, plastic, paper and fabric produced every day during the packaging cycle.
The safest way to collect high potent compounds.