Exair’s latest clean machine is maintenance free


Exair’s 205L Chip Vac picks up chips and delivers them to an ordinary 205L drum. 

It can be moved from drum to drum easily to keep different materials separate for recycling.  It is used to clean chips from fixtures, floors and work surfaces of machining centres, lathes, saws, mills and other industrial equipment.

The compressed air powered Chip Vac creates a powerful direct flow action that effectively moves metal, wood or plastic chips into a 205L. 

Dusty materials such as absorbents are trapped by the 0.1micron filter bag to keep the surrounding air clean. 

No motors to clog or wear out assures long life with virtually no maintenance. 

To prevent material contamination, a poly drum liner can be inserted into the drum. 

The Chip Vac is covered by a five-year warranty.

The Model 6193-205 Chip Vac System includes a shutoff valve, filter bag, drum lid with locking ring, 3m flexible vacuum hose, aluminium chip wand, two extension wands, crevice tool, brush, skimmer and floor tool (drum not included). 

Other models available include the Model 6293-205 Deluxe Chip Vac System, which adds a 205L drum dolly, and the 5-Gallon Mini Chip Vac System Model 6193-5, which comes complete with a 5 gallon drum and all the same tools as the 205L system.

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 787 688

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