Vacuum System in Chemical Plant

Keep production running smoothly with a resilient industrial vacuum

In many ways, plastic is the material that ended the twentieth century and started the twenty-first. It reduces strain on natural resources by providing a light, cost-effective synthetic alternative to traditional materials. The processes used to manufacture plastics, composites and chemicals vary, but they are all complex and require technical expertise.

They also get pretty dirty. DuroVac industrial vacuums support your plant’s regulatory compliance efforts and make it easy to keep things clean.

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PowerLift Silica Dust Vacuum

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Central Industrial Vacuum Systems

Boost efficiency with a centralized system.

A central vacuum means full process integration with multiple operators, added NFPA compliance and piping to your plant’s waste disposal system.

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Plastics are tricky to manufacture, especially when dust builds up

Workers love our industrial vacuums because they speed the cleaning process way up. Here are some stories about how DuroVac helps production move quickly and easily.

German gases and engineering company gets a custom vacuum solution

When Linde GmbH needed an industrial hazardous waste vacuum that measured up to their exacting standards, DuroVac delivered a custom configuration.

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Ampacet Colours

Heavy-duty housekeeping during change-over required a turnkey installation and tight specifications.

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Plastics Industry Articles

Here’s the skinny on remote FATs

Remote factory acceptance tests (FATs) for industrial vacuums safely satisfy manufacturers’ inspection needs in a fraction of the time.

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Dust hazard analysis guide for NFPA 652 Compliance

It’s past time for your operations to be within NFPA 652 compliance; DuroVac explains your responsibilities for dust hazard analysis. Click here for info.

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Opinion: Impact of silica regs on tire & rubber industry

The presence of airborne silica particles in the factory environment is a key concern for the tire and rubber industry.

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