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Choosing the Right Industrial Vacuum for the Job

Filtration is the first, and most important, vacuum cleaner feature to consider for clean-up during and after the job. When working with fine dust such as pharmaceutical powders and crystalline silica, any standard filter will clog easily and often. The vacuum will...

Plastics Industry: General Housekeeping with Industrial Vacuum Cleaners

The plastics industry employs over 1.1 million workers in the United States. OSHA has identified occupational hazards such as silicosis (finely ground crystalline silica is a material used as a functional filler in plastics manufacturing) and slips and falls caused by...

Data Center Clean-Up with HEPA-Filtered Vacuums

Data centers need to be cleaned regularly in order to protect equipment and employees from harmful airborne hazards. Accumulated dust and debris can contaminate the airflow within a facility and cause clogged circuitry, increased risk of fire, accidental fire...

The Trouble with Mold Clean-up

Summer is ahead, but Hurricane Sandy left a lot of mold behind. Even six months after Sandy hit the east coast, homeowners are displaced by horrific mold build-up. “Unfortunately, once the floodwaters recede and TV cameras are gone, secondary damage from mold and...
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