Vacuum cleaner and accessories
An industrial vacuum cleaner is usually a larger and more powerful vacuum cleaner than the one you find at home. The industrial vacuum cleaner is designed to perform tasks for which the ordinary vacuum cleaner is not designed. Industrial vacuum cleaners are divided into three filter classes (L = Low, M = Medium and High hazard class) and then the vacuum cleaner is typically divided into different containers (volume).
Mirka Dustbag Fleece for DE 1230/1242.
Fleece Bag TNT IFA M KS260
Mirka Dust Extractor 1230 M AFC EU 230V
Mirka Dust Extractor 1242 M AFC EU 230V
Deros & DE 1230 L PC + Hose 5,5m
Deros & DE 1230 L PC + Hose 10m
Deros & DE 1230 L AFC + Hose 5,5m
Deros & DE 1230 L AFC + Hose 10m
Deros & DE 1230 M AFC + Hose 10m
Dustbag Fleece for DE 415/915
Non-Woven Fleece Bag For S1 Series
Dual Vacuum Kit
L dust class (harmless dust)
99% filtration efficiency
It could be plaster/plaster, aluminium, general dust and dirt.
Suitable for dust with a workplace exposure standard > 1 mg/m3 (8-hour TWA*).
M dust class (hazardous dust)
99.9% filtration efficiency
Paint, varnish, fillers and wood dust (e.g. MDF).
Suitable for dust with a workplace exposure standard ≥ 0.1 mg/m3 (8-hour TWA*) and
H dust class (cancer-causing dust)
99.995% filtration efficiency
Dust contaminated with carcinogens or pathogens. Respirable crystalline silica (RCS). Lead dust and fumes and asbestos.
Suitable for: dust with workplace exposure standard < 0.1 mg/m3 (8-hour TWA*).
Choose the right industrial vacuum cleaner depending on the type of dust
Industrial vacuum cleaners rated for use with hazardous dust are classified as L, M or H.
If industrial vacuum cleaners are to be used in a workplace, the M class will be a good starting point. If the vacuum cleaner is to be used on superstructures and construction sites, then H-class will be recommended.