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CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: Eurovac Inc.

Originally titled 'Portable pneumatic vacuum '
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Eurovac to highlight its Eurovac II Pneumatic Portable at CAMX 2019.


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Source | Eurovac Inc.

Eurovac Inc. (North York, Ontario, Canada) will highlight its Eurovac II Pneumatic Portable at CMAX 2019.

The portable unit was designed to safely collect a variety of fine powders, explosive dusts and debris. The Eurovac II Pneumatic Portable is powered by compressed air being forced through a venturi to create a powerful vacuum capable of handling two technicians sanding simultaneously. The use of compressed air eliminates the chance of either a dust or gas explosion by removing the element of a sparking motor.

The system is grounded and the vacuum hoses and cuffs are static conductive, meeting NFPA codes. The system is also available with an optional HEPA filtration upgrade.

CAMX 2019 Exhibitor

Eurovac Inc.

Exhibit Hall, Booth N53

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