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VACUUM CLEANERS RISE TO INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

08-05-2017
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Visitors to the Spitwater stand at the ISSA Cleaning & Hygiene Expo in Melbourne will be left with no doubt that the company is Australia’s largest manufacturer of industrial cleaning and heating equipment.

A major feature of Stand B16 will be the company’s imported vacuum cleaner range, which offers solutions to most cleaning challenges from commercial applications to heavy duty industrial uses.

The Italian-made Goldline range of commercial machines comes in a range of sizes for both dry and wet/dry applications. These span low-end units suitable for workshop use to top end models with two or even three motors, making them very high capacity machines used for a variety of industrial applications.

Also on show, the economical Silverline range comprises five models, each capable of wet/dry use. These come with stainless-steel or poly tanks, and are ideal for smaller cleaning jobs from shops and offices to small warehouses and workshops. They are tough hard-wearing machines with loads of power and capacity.

Spitwater’s display of Vacuum cleaners at ISSA Cleaning & Hygiene Expo will be completed with the Delfin range for use in true industrial applications such as high volume water collection, fine dust collection using high level filtration and continuous usage, generally in production, to continually collect waste.

All Delfin machines offer rugged all steel construction, with bypass motors with individual control, standard pocket filters with efficiency down to 1 micron, electronic filter indicators and manual filter shakers. Some single phase and all three phase models use a side channel blower turbine type motor, which is rated for continuous use, making the Delfin range true industrial machines.

The range also includes specialised machines, with compressed-air-driven and explosion-proof models for use in mines and on oilrigs. These machines use venturi suction units and are fitted with special antistatic filters.

Spitwater Australia
1300 SPITWATER
www.spitwater.com.au

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