Industrial Pneumatic Vacuum Cleaner

Industrial Pneumatic Vacuum Cleaner

The Nederman (ab) – NE 42 industrial vacuum cleaners. A powerful, compressed air powered double filtration system with pre separator, designed specifically for the removal of industrial wastes from the atmosphere. During initial operation, the unit will separate approximately 95% of collected solid waste from the air. This model of unit incorporates two hose assemblies, one straight and the other curved, with a baffle that reduces the flow of heated air in the straight hose and directs it to the curved hose opening, which effectively drains the waste into the bottom chamber of the unit. In the final stage, the waste is drained into a common waste collector cup. Recommended you read

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The Nederman (ab) – NE 42 is an example of a double filtration vacuum cleaner, featuring two pre separator tubes each featuring a separate intake and outlet pipe, an aluminum cover and a baffle that reduces the flow of heated air in the straight tube. The unique feature of this design is that both sets of tubes are drawn into the vacuum bag from a lower point in the bag. After passing through the baffle, both sets of tubes are extracted from the bag and transferred into the lower chamber where they sit against a heat exchanger for collection. The final stage of this design utilises a long slender boom for a final suction through the baffle and into the lower chamber. The resulting product is a durable vacuum cleaner, with a low maintenance rating and a high efficiency.

The Niedringhaus (ab) – ER-V Vacuum is another example of a very efficient industrial vacuum cleaner. It features a single chamber double filtration system for both the capture of waste and the extraction of air and water vapor. It has an aluminium cover and uses a long curved floor nozzle to draw the incoming air into the cleaner through a pre-filter. The filtration system is made up of two pieces – a compression chamber on the inlet side of the unit and a large chamber on the discharge side. When the compression chamber reaches its full capacity, the vacuum source is extracted via the discharge nozzle which has a shorter curve. This design provides the cleanest and most efficient results possible.

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