Industrial Vacuum Blog

Resources to keep your plant and your people safe

Visit Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums Booth NC-309 at IMTS 2016

September 12, 2016   8:53 am
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Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums kicks off the fall trade show season this week in the Windy City! Stop by booth NC-309 at the 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) to learn about our complete line of industrial vacuum solutions for shop maintenance, metalworking processing and combustible dust. Can’t make it to the show? Visit www.nilfiskindustrialvacuums.com for more information. Read More   >

New Combustible Dust Brochure Available

August 5, 2016   9:30 am
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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 questions@nilfisk.com. For more information on combustible dust contact your local Nilfisk sales representative, view our other blog posts […] Read More   >

5 Pitfalls of Selecting a Low-Quality Vacuum for Your Industrial Application

June 16, 2016   9:00 am
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Many people have the misconception that a vacuum is a vacuum — as long as it picks up dirt effectively, you’re good to go. If you’re buying a vacuum for your home, this idea probably won’t lead you too far astray. But, if you’re selecting a vacuum for an industrial setting, the quality of that […] 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   >

Critical Technology: Multi-Stage Filtration Video

May 9, 2016   5:57 am
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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   >
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