Industrial Vacuum Blog

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Coffee Bean and Dust Collection with Class II, Division 2 Vacuum

August 19, 2016   9:00 am
Our newest cleaning challenge features the VHS 110, Class II, Division 2 vacuum collecting coffee beans and potentially combustible coffee dust. This specific application demo involves a filtered pre-separator enabling much higher collection capacity while maintaining the required suction power. The VHS 110, Class II, Division 2 vacuum¬†complies with NFPA 652 housekeeping recommendations for the […] Read More   >

Silica Dust Cleaning Challenge Video

August 12, 2016   9:00 am
It’s time for another cleaning challenge. With the release of OSHA’s silica dust standard, it is now more important than ever to properly collect and contain silica dust. See the Nilfisk T48 in action: To learn more about Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums and/or how to safely collect silica dust, please visit www.nilfiskindustrialvacuums.com. Read More   >

Myth Busters: Understanding OSHA Combustible Dust Regulations

August 9, 2016   10:31 am
Nilfisk’s Myth Buster series starts here with Understanding OSHA Combustible Dust Regulations. View the video here! _____________________ Myth: There is no OSHA regulation on combustible dust, so I don’t have to worry about inspections and fines. Fact: Even though OSHA has not yet released a formal regulation on combustible dust, you can still be held […] Read More   >

Critical Technology: Multi-Stage Filtration Video

May 9, 2016   5:57 am
View the following video to understand how a multi-stage, oversized, graduation filtration system functions. This system uses a series of progressively finer filters that capture increasingly smaller particles as they travel through the vacuum. For more information, please visit our website. Read More   >

DIY Details: Nilfisk VHT EXP Filter Change

February 29, 2016   9:00 am
Staying up-to-date with filter changes is important for the life of Nilfisk Vacuums. Our latest DIY video features detailed instructions to properly change the Nilfisk VHT EXP filter. Remember: HEPA and ULPA filters should be changed each year. Main filters should be replaced every 6 months to 1 year. Microfilters (used on GM and IVT […] Read More   >
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