HEPA H13 filter media
No exposure to operator
Change-Safe Filter System
Mining Coal Dust, Silica, Asbestos
Install in operator cabins, clean rooms,
workshops, trucks, boats, commercial sites.
97% of construction workers are unaware of the dangerous dusts found on some construction sights. Install VacSafe HEPA vacuums in operator cabins, clean rooms, workshops, trucks, boats etc. to
Address allergy challenges from seasonal hay fever, pollen, dust, as well as dog and cat allergies.
Wet & Dry Vacuum H Class
Our Wet & Dry professional vacuum cleaners are the premium HEPA filter option on the market suitable for mining, commercial and domestic.
CHANGE YOUR FILTERS LESS OFTEN
The High Pressure HEPA Filtration consistently filters the air inside of the cabin and recirculates it through HEPA filters. The air incoming from the TL unit mounted on the outside of the enclosure is fully cleaned and the pressurisation prevents hazardous dust from entering the vehicle.
However, operators bring in dust every time they open a window, open a door and even when climbing inside on their clothes and boots. This dust then goes through the air recirculation filters and get trapped. Operators remain safe, but the filters fill up quicker than necessary.
Prevent changing of filters as often due to this excess dust and use a VacSafe vacuum mounted inside of the cabin. Vacuum the boots and clothes of the operator, the floor and the seat before the operation even begins.
Be assured on operator safety and saving money on filter replacement.
What is HEPA?
HEPA is a type of filter that can trap a large number of very small particles that other vacuum cleaners would simply recirculate back into the air of your home. HEPA vacuums are recommended for minimising dust, dander, and other common allergens in homes where people suffer from allergies and respiratory conditions.
Why use HEPA?
Whether you’re cleaning a small closet or your entire home, you should never use a vacuum cleaner without a HEPA filter. The problem with ‘regular’ vacuum cleaners is the fact that they spread dust and allergens around in the air rather than removing them, which essentially makes the problem worse.
Why our HEPA filters?
HEPA-type filters may be made in similar ways to true HEPA filters and may even resemble them. However, they do not have to meet the same standards as true or absolute HEPA filters.
Our HEPA filters are certified to remove 99.97% of all airborne contaminants at the 0.3-micron size range.