Industrial Vacuum Blog

Resources to keep your plant and your people safe

Indoor Firing Ranges: Reduce Lead Exposure with a HEPA-Filtered Vacuum Cleaner

August 29, 2013   10:16 am
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While firing ranges expose users and employees to certain obvious hazards, people often forget about the risk of lead exposure from dust and/or fumes that are released into the air when a gun is fired. The reduction of lead exposure is a OSHA high strategic priority as it is a leading cause of workplace illness, and violating the […] Read More   >

Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums Presents New Resource Guides for Food and Pharma

July 16, 2013   11:18 am
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Knowledge is power. Time is money. And good housekeeping is good business. When we launched the Nilfisk Safe Choice program last year we kept all of this in mind. Creating Safe Choice resources in the form of interactive tools, webinars and whitepapers to educate customers on how to combat housekeeping challenges (i.e. combustible dust, cross contamination, overhead cleaning, etc.) within the […] Read More   >

Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums Presents New Vacuums at Interphex 2013

May 15, 2013   8:18 am
Nilfisk CFM VHW310
Spring always reminds us of Interphex. The pharmaceutical event of the year where we look forward to chatting with current customers who are already familiar with our Nilfisk GM80 CR for cleanroom maintenance and the Nilfisk CFM 118 EXP for combustible dust housekeeping. And, of course, where we get to meet new customers and introduce new products and […] Read More   >

New Full Line Brochure Available from Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums

  6:55 am
Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums, a division of Nilfisk-Advance, Inc. recently released its new Full Line brochure! The brochure is a 29-page, full-color piece which includes our complete line of single-phase, three-phase, pneumatic, specialty and explosion-proof/dust-ignition proof industrial vacuums. It also features Nilfisk central vacuum system capabilities and highlights our accessories and application specific offerings. And, not to forget, […] Read More   >

Pulp and Paper: Understanding Combustible Dust Risks (Part 2)

March 7, 2013   1:41 pm
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Manufacturing 9 million tons of pulp annually, U.S. pulp, paper and paperboard mills produce large amounts of dust that settle on equipment and facility structure surfaces (see OSHA’s Safety & Health Topics). Combustible dust is any finely divided solid material that is 420 microns or smaller in diameter and presents a fire or explosion hazard […] Read More   >
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