The five new machines from the RI 40 and RI 50 series are primarily used where combustible and explosive dust may be generated in production processes. Common to all five new models is a robust construction, intuitive operation and a comprehensive safety concept, according to the manufacturers. The machines are electrically earthed in order to prevent ignition by static charge. The suction power is continuously monitored and the potentially explosive dust-air mixture is encapsulated internally, and therefore conveyed into the waste container without coming into contact with electrical components. The vacuum cleaners are designed for deployment in non-explosive areas for vacuuming deposited dust in dust explosion classes St1 to St3. Areas of application include metal processing and the chemical and food industries.
Industrial vacuums for combustible dusts
Ringler, a company within the Kärcher Group, is expanding its range of industrial vacuums with special models for the intake of combustible dusts.
21 Jun. 2017
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