Air operated industrial vacuum cleaners

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21 June, 2020

The Spillrite Drum Lid Vac is an Air Operated Pneumatic Vacuum Cleaner used for high powered industrial vacuuming and comes on a standard steel drum lid. When attached to the drum and then compressed air it utrns the drum into an ultra high powered vacuum capable of deliverimng 3 times the suction power of an ordinary electric vacuum.

The range starts with the 28 cfm unit that is designed for coolant, sump oils, sludge, general spill, water and slurry. using only 28 cfm of compressed air this model is a cheap entry into the power of the drum lid vacuums.

The top of the range is the 220 cfm High Power explosion proof reverse pump out version powered by twin venturis and incorporating a design that releases pressure through the venturi sleeve to prevent any over pressurisation during reverse pump out.

The Spillrite Drum Lid vacuum is an Air Operated Pneumatic Vacuum Cleaner used in industry as a high powered industrial vacuum system. The new 2017 ULTRA model comes in several different models;

  • Explosion proof vacuum only
  • Explosion proof reverse filter clean
  • Explosion proof reverse fluid pump out
  • Standard vacuum only
  • Standard reverse filter clean
  • Standard reverse fluid pump out
  • The Drum Lid Vacuum can be used for high powered fluid recovery including grease, oils, chemicals, solvents and flammable fuels.

    When configured as a wet and dry unit it can be used for standard dry waste like garnet or blast media. It can also be used with combustible dusts and dry product with a low flash point.

 

Some of the applications for Spillrite industrial air operated pneumatic vacuum cleaners.

  1. Coolant and sump fluids from machinery
  2. Cleaning paint chips and steel grit
  3. Vacuuming dust from printing presses
  4. Recovery of cornmeal, flour, grains, seeds from girders and floors in food processing plants
  5. Sucking hydraulic oil from plant equipment
  6. Cleaning up powder from spray booths
  7. Vacuuming magnesium chips from machinery
  8. Sucking water from bilge areas in ships and boats
  9. Cleaning aircraft that need an explosion proof vacuum unit
  10. Vacuuming flyash from power stations using a drum vacuum with reverse filter cleaning
  11. Cleaning plastic pellets from molding machines
  12. Vacuuming fertilizer dust and pellets from agricultural procesing facilities
  13. Sucking oil and chemicals in industrial spills
  14. Paper dust and pieces from recycling businesses
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