Industrial vacuum cleaners

Industrial vacuum cleaners are essential tools for increasing the efficiency, productivity and safety of any production environment. Thanks to their maximum flexibility in construction, vacuum cleaners are designed and built with a specific purpose in mind, making them suitable for suction of dust, solids or liquids. By combining different suction, filtration and material collection units, it is therefore possible to obtain units with specific purposes. This is why it is possible to find vacuums that are ideal for fine dust extraction, vacuums for toxic dust, liquid vacuums, or specific solutions for specific industries, such as Atex-certified vacuums for use in explosive environments.

Polvere Fine E Sottile Industria

Industrial vacuum cleaners: the best ally against the most stubborn dust

Industrial vacuum cleaners are designed to remove dust, solids or liquids with maximum efficiency and in maximum safety. The vacuum unit generates the vacuum, the filter unit protects the motor from the sucked material, and the collection unit allows for easy and ergonomic handling of the sucked material.

Filtration: an essential element for the vacuum cleaner

An industrial vacuum system equipped with a proper filter can ensure a more efficient production process and a longer service life for the vacuum system itself. Choosing the right filter is therefore crucial to ensuring effective industrial vacuuming and protecting the health of workers and the surrounding environment.

Fiiltrazione Hepa Aspiratori
Cleaning Food Industry

Atex certified vacuum cleaners: certified safety

Work safety is a top priority in any industrial environment, and industrial vacuum cleaners play an important role in ensuring a safe and healthy working environment. Industrial vacuum cleaners are essential in work environments where toxic, irritating or flammable substances are present, such as welding fumes, paint dusts or chemicals. Industrial vacuum cleaner can capture and remove these substances, preventing workers’ exposure to health hazards.

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