SkyVac A37 G Health & Safety Vacuum System

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  • $5,599 USD
  • Regular price $5,999 USD


SkyVac A37 G Health & Safety Vacuum System for Combustible Dust

The SkyVac A37 G Health & Safety Vacuum System is CSA-certified, suitable for use in Class II, Division 2, Group F & G environments.

Note: This vacuum does not come with a plug. You may configure the cord with the plug type that is required by your facility.

 

Key Features

  • Pull Clean System cleans the antistatic filter while the vacuum is running, without the need to stop working
  • Single phase 120V brushless motor
  • HEPA14/ULPA15 absolute filtration for very fine dust
  • Conductive poles and floor accessories
  • Canister capacity: 9.8 gallons (37 liters), removable
  • Stainless steel
  • Compact dimensions

Choose the number of poles you need. Offered in 4, 6, & 8 pole packages, for 20 feet, 30 feet, or 40 feet reach, respectively.

Includes poles, two attachment extensions, one base pole-to-cuff adapter, and three cleaning attachments. Additional specialty brushes available for purchase.

Here's a video from our UK partners showing how the system works. In North America we have the exact same system; however, our vacuum is CSA rated for USA compatibility and comes standard as 120V. 

  

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More information about dust classification:

Group E dusts include the metal dusts, such as aluminum and magnesium. In addition to being highly abrasive, and thus likely to cause overheating of motor bearings if the dust gets into the bearing. Group E dusts are electrically conductive and if they are allowed to enter an enclosure, they can cause electrical failure of the equipment.

Group F dusts are carbonaceous, the primary dust in this group being coal dust. (*also coal dust and carbon black). These dusts have somewhat lower ignition temperatures than the Group E dusts and a layer of Group F dust has a higher thermal insulating value than the layer of Group E dust, thus requiring a more careful control of the temperature on the surface of the material. Such dusts are semi-conductive but this is not usually a factor for equipment rated 600 volts and less.

Group G dusts include plastic dusts, most chemical dusts and food and grain dusts. They are not electrically conductive. These dusts, in general, have the highest thermal insulating characteristics and the lowest ignition temperatures. Thus dust-ignition proof equipment for use in Group G atmospheres must have the lowest surface temperatures to prevent ignition of a layer by the heat generated by the equipment.