Ruwac USA's NA26 immersion separation vacuum is the most powerful, compact safety system for additive manufacturing dust.
Holyoke, MA, March 23, 2018 – Additive manufacturing environments use explosive or impact sensitive materials that may contain an ignition source (such as aluminum, titanium or zirconium) and other volatile dusts that will benefit from eliminating the risk of an explosion. As a worldwide provider of safety solutions to the metal additive manufacturing industry, Ruwac USA is pleased to introduce our new NA26 immersion separation vacuum. This compact system will provide just that while ensuring that workspaces are kept clean in the process.
Relying on decades of proven performance technology, the NA26 collects explosive or glowing media particles entering the vacuum by immediately mixing them in a turbulent liquid bath, submerging and neutralizing them in the process. The vacuum’s hydrophobic and oleophobic demisting system will ensure that only clean dry air exits the immersion system. The final HEPA certified filtration returns clean air to the work environment. This process stops already contained materials from finding any ignition source that may be introduced into the vacuum, guaranteeing a safe, explosion-proof work environment. The liquid tank is easily removed for emptying without the use of any tools or heavy lifting. An integrated site glass provides operators with an external view of the liquid and demisting chamber.
- The most powerful, fully mobile, and compact portable immersion separator design of its kind
- Can be used with oil or water as a quenching agent
- TEFC brushless motors provide continuous duty operation
- Rated for Class II, Division 2 combustible dust fines
Ruwac is a leading manufacturer of portable, central and specialty industrial vacuum systems. Made in the USA, Ruwac’s industrial vacuums are known for their reliability, innovative design and superb filtration. For more information on Ruwac’s product lines, visit www.ruwac.com. You can also contact Ruwac by telephone at (413) 532-4030 or via e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.