Industrial Vacuum Blog

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Avoid Combustible Dust Hazards & Contamination: Series Part 2

November 24, 2015   5:30 am
How can companies prevent combustible dust risks? Education is the first and main step towards the prevention of combustible dust explosions and fires. Getting involved in trade shows and trade associations are both great options to gain knowledge along with others who are in the same industry. With regulations and standards constantly changing, it is […] Read More   >

A15 EXP Pneumatic Vacuum Cleaning Challenge: Collect Flour

November 4, 2015   9:15 am
Our newest cleaning challenge features the Nilfisk A15 EXP Pneumatic Vacuum collecting flour. Not only is the A15 EXP constructed of all 304 stainless steel, it includes a grounding cable and clamp for safety in hazardous locations. Watch as the A15 EXP safely collects flour with a 20 foot hose. The A15 EXP Pneumatic Vacuum […] Read More   >

How Food Manufacturers Can Avoid Combustible Dust Hazards

October 12, 2015   10:30 am
Click below to listen to Scott Boersma, Business Development Manager at Nilfisk, discuss how combustible dust can be avoided in the food manufacturing atmosphere. The 15-minute podcast discusses the following:           – Overlooked aspects of combustible dust in food facilities           – Latest government regulations     […] Read More   >

T48 Clean-Up Challenge: Collect Toothbrush Bristles

September 23, 2015   9:48 am
Nilfisk CFM T48
Click below to view our most recent demo video, featuring the Nilfisk T48. This demo displays the quick collection of toothbrush bristles. These dry, fine synthetic fibers are difficult to pick up in any environment. The T48, a three-phase industrial vacuum cleaner is ideal for collecting ultimately any difficult material. It is both lightweight and […] Read More   >

Indoor Ranges: Reduce Lead Levels with HEPA Vacuums

September 8, 2015   11:00 am
Heritage Guild_S2 fixed floor side blog
There are an estimated 16,000 to 18,000 indoor firing ranges in the United States. Law enforcement officials as well as hobbyists use these ranges to sharpen their skills. Many indoor ranges are located in urban areas and due to the confined spaces are at higher risk of exposing employees and customers to hazardous noise and […] Read More   >
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