Central vacuum systems
In many work environments, such as workshops, laboratories or factories, it is necessary to remove dust, fumes, vapors and other harmful substances from the air to ensure the safety and health of workers. An effective and cost-effective option for the removal of these pollutants is the use of a centralized vacuum system.
A central vacuum system offers several advantages over localized vacuum solutions, such as portable vacuum cleaners. First, it provides more powerful and continuous suction due to the presence of a dedicated ducting system. It also reduces noise and clutter in the work area, improving ergonomics and worker productivity.
- Cleaning large workplaces or large distances
- Simultaneous suction at multiple points
- Saving time spent cleaning machinery and working environments
Centralized vacuum system: how is it composed?
A centralized vacuum system consists of several elements, including an suction unit, a network of pipes and ducts, a filtration system, and safety devices. The vacuum unit is the heart of the system, and is designed to draw air from the work area and convey it to the ductwork network.
The ductwork network consists of pipes and fittings, designed to convey the air sucked in from the suction unit to the filtration unit. The filtration system is designed to remove polluting particles from the intake air, using specific filters that can separate even the smallest particles.
Once the aspirated material has been collected, it will be possible to handle it easily and safely for operators.
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What materials can I vacuum with a central vacuum system?
important thing is that it is designed, built and installed with every future mode of use and every environmental aspect in mind.
A centralized wood vacuum system, for example, will require Atex certification to secure the working environment given the combustible nature of wood chips. A metal dust installation will need safe collection or inerting systems so as to avoid explosions once they are all collected within the vacuumed material containing unit.
Atex-certified central vacuum systems
Atex-certified central vacuum cleaner systems are used in high-risk explosion environments, such as areas where flammable or explosive substances are handled. Atex certification certifies that the equipment has been designed, constructed and tested to ensure maximum safety and minimize risk.
Atex legislation is a European directive that establishes safety requirements related to the prevention of explosions in working environments. The use of these facilities can ensure maximum safety for operators working in environments where this risk is high.
Sizing of a centralized vacuum system
The sizing of a centralized vacuum cleaner system depends on the specific needs of the work environment, including the size of the area to be vacuumed, the type of pollutants present, and the power required for vacuuming. To ensure maximum efficiency and safety, it is important to rely on experienced professionals who can design and install a customized central vacuum system that complies with current regulations.
The heart of the system, they are connected to a system of pipes and fittings that extends throughout the working environment and directs air and sucked-in materials to the central unit. This creates a constant flow of air and keeps the work environment clean and free of dust and unwanted materials.
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 125 S
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS150
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 185
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS200P
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 200 S
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS250
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM PUMA FIX 10
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM PUMA FIX 15P
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM PUMA FIX 18 P
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 10
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 15 P
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 15 S
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 18
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 30 P
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 30 S
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 35 P
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 35 S
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM AF 40
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM AF 55
ATEX suction unit
ATEX vacuum units are designed for use in areas where explosions may occur due to the presence of flammable gases or vapors and combustible dust. These devices are equipped with specific safety features to prevent explosions, such as grounding and ventilation.
They are used in many industries, such as the chemical industry, drug manufacturing, paint production, and metal processing, where the presence of flammable dusts and gases is high.
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 40 ATEX Z22
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 55 ATEX Z22
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM CVS 75 ATEX Z22
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 110 ATEX Z22
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 150 ATEX Z22
CENTRAL VACUUM UNIT CVS 200 S ATEX Z22
CENTRALIZED vacuum HF5,5 Z22 II3D
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 7,5 ATEX Z22 II3D
CENTRALIZED vacuum HF15 Z22 II3D
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 20 Z22 II3D
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF 25 Z22 II3D
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF30P Z22 II3D
CENTRALIZED VACUUM HF30S Z22 II3D
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM DF FIX 55 Z2-Z22 II3GD
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM DF FIX 75 Z2-Z22 II3GD
Filtration and collection units
Components used in industrial vacuum cleaners to separate dust particles and other contaminants drawn from the air. They consist of several filtration elements that capture airborne particles.
Filtration and collection units can be integrated within centralized vacuum units, depending on the needs of the working environment. They ensure air quality in working environments, particularly in industries such as metalworking, wood production, fiberglass materials processing, and construction materials manufacturing.