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R Series for Packaging: Increased Capacity, Increased Savings

June 10, 2009

Nilfisk CFM’s R Series: Increased Collection Capacity; Increased Savings

June 9, 2009, Malvern, PA—The Nilfisk CFM R Series of industrial vacuums continuously and efficiently collects large quantities of packaging scraps at the source when integrated with cutting and other packaging equipment. In these applications, the vacuums’ unique scrap-compacting feature enables workers to double – and in some cases triple – collection capacity, dramatically reducing downtime.

The R Series is designed to extract lateral trim, scraps, and dust during trimming and edging applications. It features a three-phase powered induction motor with regenerative blower that operates virtually maintenance-free in continuous duty packaging applications. High vacuum pressure compresses the collected debris to optimize the collection capacity by up to 300%, dramatically decreasing downtime. Features include a viewing window to indicate when reusable collection bag needs emptying, mounted wheels for easy maneuverability, quiet operation, and heavy duty steel or stainless steel collection container.

Nilfisk CFM, the industrial vacuum division of Nilfisk-Advance America, helps its industrial customers meet their individual cleaning requirements and challenges with an extensive range of high-performance vacuum cleaners. From its Malvern, Pa. headquarters, Nilfisk CFM provides industrial vacuums for heavy-duty applications that require maximum suction power; and specialty vacuums for clean applications that demand “absolute” air purity and facility cleanliness. The company’s vacuums are equipped with industry-specific features and exceptionally efficient filtration systems, ensuring dust- and debris-free facilities in the food, chemical/pharmaceutical, electronics, metalworking/powder coating, and a variety of manufacturing industries. For more information, visit www.stop-the-dust.com.

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