Ready and reliable industrial cleaners from Nilfisk


The new Nilfisk CFM S2 and S3 single-phase industrial vacuums have been designed to meet a wide range of industrial cleaning challenges. Available in a variety of configurations, these machines feature strong, solid construction and cutting-edge innovations such as an electronic keypad with LED indicators that monitor the performance of the main and HEPA filters.

The S2 comes with a 50L (13 gallon) collection container, while the S3 is available with 50L or 100L (26 gallon) collection capacities. This ergonomic line of vacuums features a modular design for easy modifications, upgrades and servicing. The S2 and S3 machines have been approved for electrical safety by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory. They can be equipped with multi-stage filtration, including an optional HEPA filter to capture 99.97 per cent of particulate, down to and including 0.3 microns. Other features include:Manual filter shaker to quickly clean the main filter

• Oversized handle for easy push/pull transport
• Accessory storage tray and cable holder
• Liquid and Solid Level LED sensors (100 L machines only) that automatically shut off the machine when maximum capacity is achieved

Nilfisk CFM
Ph: 1300 556 710

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