Compressed Air Vacuum Collects Toxic Materials

Nilfisk-Advance America's CFM A15 compressed air vacuum safely collects toxic and nuisance materials, including ultra-fine powders, dust and debris, without electricity. The compact vacuum is designed for metalworking applications where electricity is either unsafe or unavailable and is designed to help plant managers decrease maintenance-related downtime. The vacuum's main filter has a large surface area, which helps prevent premature filter clogging and the associated maintenance.

Nilfisk-Advance America's CFM A15 compressed air vacuum safely collects toxic and nuisance materials, including ultra-fine powders, dust and debris, without electricity. The compact vacuum is designed for metalworking applications where electricity is either unsafe or unavailable and is designed to help plant managers decrease maintenance-related downtime. The vacuum's main filter has a large surface area, which helps prevent premature filter clogging and the associated maintenance. An external handle enables users to shake the main filter free of clogging dust without opening the vacuum. The vacuum's 6.6-gallon wheeled collection container is easy to remove, lift, carry and empty, according to the company.

The vacuum's multi-stage filtration system features a large main filter; an optional paper bag filter that captures 99.7 percent of dust, down to and including 3 microns; and an optional High-Efficiency Particulate Air exhaust filter that provides further protection by capturing virtually all ultra-fine particles, down to and including 0.18 microns.

The CFM A15 is small and quiet and is powered by a venturi system that features top-notch performance and low air consumption. It is also available in stainless steel for high-purity applications.