The HV110-MCS Huuvan Vacuum Cleaner is ideal for cleaning and handling of small and medium quantities of material, particularly in the chemical-pharmaceutical, food manufacturing, steel-plants & foundries, and milling industries. Its performance and maneuverability make it a valuable ally for effective cleaning. Built in industrial steel, its extreme compactness, simple functionality and powerful suction, are appreciated by those professionals who need effective and easy to handle, mobile industrial vacuum cleaners, and delivery the finest cleaning results.
This high performance suction unit, is powered by a 110v motor which has been designed for heavy duty continuous use in atex compliant zoned areas in the workplace, according to the HSE dust hazard regulations. All components on the machine (including the switch) are fully atex certified, ensuring safety for the user of the HV110-MCS Industrial Vacuum Cleaner, and safety for the people working in these hazardous areas. This model has been designed to provide constant cooling of the motor, so it can be used at all times, with no risk of it becoming overheated.
The filters are made with anti-static conductive polyester properties ensuring high filtration efficiency. The filter cleaning system allows the user to clean the star filter using the filter shaker lever, bringing simple operation to the user and ensuring optimum suction performance at all times. The HV110-MCS has a 40L removable waste tank, which is simple to access and remove by lifting the rear lever, which lowers the tank, and the waste can be safety disposed of. This vacuum is fitted with a filter clogging indicator and integrated manual cleaning system.
What makes the HV110-MCS the No.1 Industrial Vacuum Cleaner:
- Compact, very easy to handle and transport.
- 100% steel construction.
- Simultaneous vacuuming of dust, liquids and solids.
- Waste Container: quickly detachable; 40 liters capacity.
- Comes complete with a 50mm∅ Vacuum Accessories Kit.
What is Atex?
An acronym for Atmosphere Explosive, the Atex Directive which became law in 2006 stipulates that areas where potentially explosive atmospheres could be present must be classified on the frequency and nature of the explosive atmosphere:
|Frequency||Potentially explosive atmosphere composition|
|Permanent||Zone 0||Zone 20|
|Occasional||Zone 1||Zone 21|
|Infrequent||Zone 2||Zone 22|