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A peek at Ruwac's new portable explosion-proof dust vacuums

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By: HazMat Staff
2014-07-24

Massachusetts-based explosion-proof vacuum company, Ruwac, is generating buzz for its FRV and DS2-EX series portable dust collection technology.

Ruwac is also touting its NA35 Series portable vacuums, which can safely collect airborne combustive dusts, gases and smoke emitted during the manufacturing process.

Available in up to 500 CFM, all vacuums are compliant to NFPA standards, OSHA’s combustible dust initiative CPL-03-00-008 and certified to Class I, Division 1 & 2, Group D and Class II, Division 1 & 2, Groups F & G requirements for use in hazardous locations, making them a necessity for work environments where materials may pose a combustible dust hazard.

Explosion-proof TEFC motors, a multi-stage centrifugal and high performance turbine and relief valve rate each vacuum for continuous duty operation. The vacuum’s modular housing is under 8 ft3 in total area, fully grounded and made from durable materials that are non-sparking by impact, backed by a lifetime guarantee. The FRV and DS2-EX Series includes models that can be used to safely collect Groups F & G dry combustible dusts while the NA35 Series immersion separation vacuums are intended for the removal of Group E conductive metals.



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