Industrial wet and dry vacuum cleaners are powerful and versatile cleaning machines designed to handle a variety of cleaning tasks in industrial and commercial settings. They are built to effectively pick up and remove wet and dry debris, including liquids, dust, dirt, and other materials. The machines are ideal for use in environments where hygiene and cleanliness are crucial, such as manufacturing plants, construction sites, and food processing facilities. Industrial wet and dry vacuum cleaners come in different sizes, designs, and capacities, allowing users to choose a machine that meets their specific cleaning requirements.


NFPA compliant vacuums adhere to the stringent standards set by the National Fire Protection Association, ensuring the highest level of safety and fire prevention in industrial and commercial settings.


Intrinsically safe vacuums are specifically engineered and certified to eliminate the risk of sparks or ignition in potentially explosive atmospheres, providing a reliable and secure solution for hazardous environments. The absence of electrical components allows for maximum operational safety.

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Industrial vacuum cleaners designed not to create a source of ignition

Customer safety is our utmost priority, and our solutions have been thoughtfully designed with this in mind. Our certified products undergo meticulous manufacturing processes that incorporate comprehensive precautions to ensure they do not pose a risk of ignition within hazardous areas, providing peace of mind and protection in such environments.

Combustible dust: a silent threat​

Combustible dust poses a significant safety risk in industrial settings, as it can lead to explosions and fires. Vacuum cleaners specifically designed for combustible dust removal offer specialized features such as explosion-proof construction, HEPA filtration, and static dissipation capabilities, ensuring safe and effective removal of combustible dust particles to mitigate the risk of ignition and maintain a safe working environment.


The hazard of combustible dust poses a significant risk in industrial settings, where fine particles can ignite and lead to explosions or fires. NFPA 660 standard serves as a crucial tool in mitigating this hazard by establishing comprehensive guidelines for the safe handling, storage, and ventilation of bulk solids, ensuring the protection of workers, facilities, and the surrounding environment

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