Chip vacuum

March 16, 2011
The Model 6193-30 Chip Vac picks up chips and puts them in an ordinary 30-gallon drum.

The Model 6193-30 Chip Vac picks up chips and puts them in an ordinary 30-gallon drum. The vacuum can be moved from drum to drum to keep different materials separate for recycling. It is used to clean chips from fixtures, floors, and work surfaces of industrial equipment.

The compressed-air-powered vacuum creates a direct flow action to move metal, wood, or plastic chips into the 30-gallon drum. Dusty materials such as absorbents are trapped by a 0.1-micron filter bag to keep the surrounding air clean. No motors to clog or wear out ensures long life with little maintenance.

The device includes a shutoff valve, filter bag, drum lid with locking ring, 10-ft flexible vacuum hose, aluminum chip wand, two extension wands, crevice tool, brush, skimmer, and floor tool.

Exair Corp.
11510 Goldcoast Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45249
(800) 903-9247
www.exair.com/cv30.htm

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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