Dusts and Mediums

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For coarse dirt and heavy materials, a high negative pressure is decisive for the extraction performance.

Depending on the fineness or hazard of the dust, filters of dust class M or H are required.

Vacuum cleaners tested according to TRGS 519 are suitable for the extraction of asbestos dusts hazardous to cancer.

Large air volumes recommended for light fumes and vapours, as well as storage filters.

EX-protected industrial vacuum cleaners for suction of explosive substances and dusts.

Abrasive dusts have special requirements for filters.

Compression vacuum cleaners compress the extracted material and thus increase the extraction volume.

A pump suction unit can be helpful for the extraction of large quantities of water.

Ideal are devices with oil-resistant accessories, such as hoses, filters and seals.

Robust accessories and separation of chips and liquids are very helpful.

If you would like to find out more about the properties of the substances and dusts to be sucked off, such as health hazards or the ability to burn and explode, the substance databases of the IFA (Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) can help you:
GESTIS Hazardous Substances Database: https://www.dguv.de/ifa/gestis/gestis-stoffdatenbank/index.jsp
GESTIS Dust EX Database:https://www.dguv.de/ifa/gestis/gestis-staub-ex/index.jsp