Hazardous Nilfisk Vacuums
NilfiskCFM A17-60 Compressed Air Powered Vacuum Cleaner
NilfiskCFM A17-60 Compressed Air Vacuum Cleaner For Use Wherever The Use Of Electricity Is Forbidden Or Is Unavailable
The A17 is the father of the compressed air vacuum range.
This model is equipped with a powerful external Venturi system that guarantees excellent performance levels both in terms of waterlift and airflow.
It can be used to recover solid debris and liquid spills.
Two bin capacity versions are available 60 litre or 100 litre. Both the small and large containers are equipped with wheels and a practical release mechanism which simplifies all emptying operations.
With a robust trolley and large castors it's optimal for use even on bumpy surfaces.
This unit can be made of either painted steel, or INOX version in stainless steel, as well as in a flameproof ATEX-compliant version (for zones Gas 1-2 and Dust 21-22)..
Filtration is provided by the main bag filter fitted inside the filter chamber, with a total filtering surface of 19,500 cm². Whenever absolute filtration is required, a HEPA filter is available.
The A17 is equipped with a pressure gauge, and a standard manual filter shaker. A pneumatic filter shaker mechanism can be fitted upon request.
* Ideal for integration with automatic machines
* Continuos duty (24/7)
* Flameproof ATEX version (for zones Gas 1-2 and Dust 21-22) available
Airflow Without The Hose: 113 Litres per second at 6 Bar of pressure (that's 90 PSI) via a 6 meter 19mm air-line. Requires a compressor size from 13.4 kWatt to 17.2 kWatt. Air consumption 1600 Litres per Min at 6 Bar
Maximum Depression: 45 KPA at 6 Bar
Sound Pressure Level at 1.5 Meters 68 (Db(A) ISO 3744
Container Capacity: 60 or 100 Litres with a 70mm inlet diameter. 46 litre with a dustbag.
Main Filter Type: TYPE L Antistatic main filter with an area of 19,500 (CM²) H14 Upstream HEPA filter optional.
Dimensions: 80 cm long x 60 cm wide x 159 cm high Mass: 70 kg (machine only)
Due to continually changing legal ramifications, insurance liabilities, supply and demand, these machines may or may not be available outside the USA at the time you are looking to purchase this kind of equipment.
However, Andy will seek the definitive answer for you, as far as applies in Australia, at the time.
When it comes to vacuuming combustible materials, both electric and pneumatic vacuums can be used as long as they are properly equipped.
Only electric vacuums can be certified as explosion-proof – meeting a strict set of industry standards.
Properly outfitted pneumatic vacuums are deemed “intrinsically safe” because there is no legal certification
for “explosion-proof” pneumatic vacuums.
It is important to note that our explosion-proof and intrinsically safe vacuums are specifically engineered to be used in hazardous environments – they’re not just “dressed-up” base models.
Maximise the FREE FREIGHT offer on this item, on our website, anything purchased along side it, such as in the related items below, such as extra filters, fittings or accessories, will also be shipped free, Australia wide!