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Nilfisk Presents New Products and Maintenance Solutions at IMTS 2014

August 28, 2014   6:37 am
Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums
Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums will present new products and solutions for metalworking facilities at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), September 8-13 at McCormick Place (Booth E-5825) in Chicago. Set to debut at the show, the new Nilfisk CFM VHO200 sump pump vacuum, which collects, recycles, separates and discharges gallons of chips, cuttings, lubricants and other liquids in just minutes. […] Read More   >

Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums for Every Cleaning Challenge

August 12, 2014   11:13 am
Nilfisk hot oven cleaning
We caught our product/engineering and operations teams at it again. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the interesting projects they’re working on. Stationary centralized vacuum system with hopper separator to be installed in a food manufacturing facility. Industrial vacuum cleaners efficiently collect baked flour, food particles and crumbs and come equipped with hot oven cleaning accessories to get […] Read More   >

Central Vacuum System Plays Critical Role in Silica Sand Clean-up

June 11, 2014   12:08 pm
Nilfisk CFM CV System
As featured in Powder/Bulk Solids As a basic component of soil, sand, granite, and many other minerals, crystalline silica is found in many industrial facilities across the U.S. But, manufacturers must handle with care. This by-product has been recognized as a human carcinogen for close to 20 years. It is closely regulated by OSHA and […] Read More   >

Choosing the Right Industrial Vacuum for the Job

May 29, 2014   12:58 pm
Floor Nozzle_Liquid
Filtration is the first, and most important, vacuum cleaner feature to consider for clean-up during and after the job. When working with fine dust such as pharmaceutical powders and crystalline silica, any standard filter will clog easily and often. The vacuum will lose suction and the user wastes valuable time cleaning the filter. Traditional vacuums aren’t […] Read More   >

Live Event at AIHce 2014: Understanding the OSHA Silica Dust Standard

May 28, 2014   9:50 am
118 concrete
Employers can significantly reduce the risk of silica exposure and prevent an estimated 1,600 new cases of silicosis annually, by instilling the best engineering controls. Join us at the AIHce Expo Learning Pavilion on Tuesday, June 3rd at 11 am to learn about the pending OSHA standard for occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica.  Tim McDonald, […] Read More   >
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