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Keep areas clean with these vacuum cleaners

By Chemical Engineering |

Alfred Kärcher

Alfred Kärcher

In addition to large amounts of conventional dust, the new IVS 100 range of industrial vacuums (photo) also pick up hazardous, as well as combustible dust and coarse particles. The particles are vacuumed directly where they are generated and therefore cannot spread into the production environment. In mobile use, these vacuum cleaners are ideal for deep and maintenance cleaning in workshops, production halls, silos, logistics centers or builder’s yards. In stationary operation, they can be integrated in processing, finishing or pouring processes and in this way offer maximum flexibility in use. For the first time, vacuums in this class offer the option of remote control. With a range of up to 30 m, these vacuum cleaners can be started and stopped directly at the suction point without the operator having to move from the spot. — Alfred Kärcher GmbH & Co. KG, Winnenden, Germany

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