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Resources to keep your plant and your people safe

New Combustible Dust Brochure Available

August 5, 2016   9:30 am
EXP brochure
Want to keep your facility safe and rid of combustible dust hazards? Download our latest brochure update to understand how to”Safely Collect Combustible Dust with Certified Explosion-Proof and NFPA-Complaint Vacuums.” To request a free copy please email us at For more information on combustible dust contact your local Nilfisk sales representative, view our other blog posts […] Read More   >

Webinar: Combustible Dust Housekeeping

June 8, 2016   9:42 am
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With the release of NFPA 652 and OSHA inspections on the rise, it’s important to understand the facts, and even the fiction, when it comes to keeping your facility safe and compliant. It is up to you to understand and comply with all of the regulations – and that’s no small task. Register to educate […] Read More   >

DIY Details: Nilfisk VHT EXP Filter Change

February 29, 2016   9:00 am
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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   >

Avoid Combustible Dust Hazards & Contamination: Series Part 3

December 1, 2015   10:25 am
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What does Nilfisk specifically do for its customers? Over the last year Nilfisk has developed a complete, solutions based sales process to help better serve customers. This process involves several aspects and ultimately never ends. Site assessments and product demonstrations are essential to providing a complete, appropriate application solution. Following the site assessment, product demos […] Read More   >

Avoid Combustible Dust Hazards & Contamination: Series Part 2

November 24, 2015   5:30 am
How can companies prevent combustible dust risks? Education is the first and main step towards the prevention of combustible dust explosions and fires. Getting involved in trade shows and trade associations are both great options to gain knowledge along with others who are in the same industry. With regulations and standards constantly changing, it is […] Read More   >
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