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Introduction of Industrial Vacuum Cleaner

An industrial vacuum cleaner is a heavy-duty piece of cleaning equipment designed to remove debris, industrial waste, construction refuse, and matter that remains after a manufacturing process or construction project.

The structure of an industrial vacuum cleaner is sturdy, often made of solid steel, and sometimes painted with a protective varnish. It has an engine small enough so as not to add too much to the total weight of the machine yet generate considerable depression and thus guarantees a high suction efficiency. In many cases, these vacuum cleaners are equipped with rubber wheels that allow them to easily follow the operator on any type of surface.

Industrial vacuum cleaners use alternating current (AC) power to drive a high-pressure fan to generate negative pressure. The created vacuum pulls in particulate matter and air that passes through a series of filters to be deposited into a bag or collection space.

The first step in an industrial vacuum cleaner‘s operation is the creation of negative pressure. A negative pressure is generated by a small motor that changes the pressure inside the wand. Industrial vacuum cleaners require far more energy to create sufficient negative pressure to pull in the heavy materials it collects.

Traditionally, a vacuum cleaner is thought of as a household appliance used to clean carpets and floors. In manufacturing and industrial operations, industrial vacuum cleaners are an essential tool to assist in promoting safe and productive conditions.

Application areas:

  • Automobile – Cars and commercial
  • Petrol Bunks
  • Agriculture
  • Aviation production
  • Baking industries
  • Chemical industry
  • Plastic
  • Pharmaceutical