WHY AND WHEN TO SELECT AN INDUSTRIAL VACUUM CLEANER?
- by Kunal Sutar
- 1 month ago
The industrial vacuum cleaner is created and made to meet the specific needs of users and specific jobs that are usually heavy to deal with.
The main differences between industrial vacuum cleaners and retail designs are their efficiency and toughness.
Industrial vacuum cleaners are characterized by their high performance and they can work continuously for long periods.
They are created to ensure:
Production effectiveness at the highest level since they can work continuously for a long time, getting rid of costly maker stops;
Reduction of expenses and losses due to the long life of the device;
Maximum performance, even with thin powders, because they a feature so-called absolute filters (HEPA and ULPA) that have a filtering efficiency of 99.99%;
Optimum security, even in possibly explosive environments (ATEX zones).
What is an industrial vacuum cleaner?
The structure of an industrial vacuum cleaner is sturdy, typically made of solid steel, and sometimes painted with a protective varnish. It has an engine small enough so as not to include excessive on the total weight of the machine, yet it can generate a significant depression and thus ensure a high suction performance. Oftentimes these vacuum cleaners are equipped with rubber wheels that allow them to quickly follow the operator on any kind of surface area.
When purchasing or renting an industrial vacuum cleaner, it is important to thoroughly examine the prerequisites of the task to be done:
1. Do we need to vacuum cleaner thin and/ or hazardous powders and work with other tools?
2. Do we need to vacuum cleaner hot residues/ ashes?
3. Do we require to use a vacuum cleaner within healthcare environments and/or tidy rooms?
4. Do we need to intervene in flooded locations and suck-up big amounts of liquids?
1. Vacuum cleaner working in combination with other tools.
Industrial vacuum cleaners can be integrated with other electrical and/ or pneumatic tools such as drills, sanding makers, cutting blades, etc. These are typically used in construction sites, workshops and structures throughout construction or renovation work.
Industrial vacuum cleaners created for this purpose are equipped with a remote control system that permits: feeding the tool directly from the vacuum cleaner thanks to an additional dedicated outlet; immediately controlling the on/ off of the vacuum cleaner from the tool in use.
2. Do we require to vacuum cleaner hot residues/ashes?
Industrial vacuum cleaner is vital tools both in large factories and in little workshops (such as pastry shops or pastry shops).
For example, the primary applications of an industrial vacuum cleaner in a small bakery workshop could be general cleaning of the pastry shop area from waste flour. For this type of cleansing, the use of a qualified ATEX vacuum cleaner is recommended, in order to comply with the security policies of the food market cleansing of the inner part of the oven: for this function, IPC has developed a line of high-temperature-resistant vacuum cleaners (up to 200 ° C) for the safe suction of hot products and fine powders.
The very specific functions they are equipped with, for instance, the aluminum engine base rather of plastic, the head made with an innovative blend of products to hold up against contact with hot residues, the HEPA filter, perfect for thin dust and ashes (filters and tubes have actually been evaluated up to 200 ° C) in addition to the security manager, make these vacuum cleaner incredibly effective and functional.
The heat resistant accessories and filters make it possible to rapidly and safely tidy ovens, without having to wait for them to cool off, hence increasing productivity.
During cleansing activities, the use of an effective vacuum cleaner prevents the dispersion of dust into the environment, therefore making it healthier and comfier.
Last but not least, the compact and ergonomic style enhances maneuverability in all environments, even the narrowest areas.