Tiger-Vac

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Bonded and conductive vacuum cleaner systems - Drum Type

 SS-55-4W-RE-HEPA  CS-30-55-CB 180

Certified by a recognized laboratory
(LCIE, identification number 0081)

Special price $1580.00 accessories included

ATEX Self-Certified

Explosion Proof / Dust Ignition ProofWet & Dry Recovery
Model SS-55 (4W) HEPA
Meets Class I, II, III, Division 1
All Stainless Steel, AISI 304
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Static Dissipative & Grounded
Model CSSD-55 (TF)

Meets Clas I, II, III, Division 2
Powder Coated
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What are conductivity and impedance?

Conductivity and impedance are two measures related to electricity. While conductivity indicates how easily electricity will travel through an object, impedance indicates how an object will resist to this electrical current.

Why is it important?

It is crucial to keep in mind that although a vacuum cleaner is pneumatically (air) operated (hence not relying on an electrical power source), static electricity will develop during usage. The build-up of static electricity could create a sparking hazard and an ignition hazard. Grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to prevent the build-up static electrical charge and to ensure that static electricity is discharged to ground.

Testing and certification

Tiger-Vac offers a wide variety of tested, as well as tested and certified pneumatically (air) operated vacuum cleaners. We recommend only certified units to be used in hazardous locations. For maximum security to the user and for your installations, they should be the obvious choice.

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