V-Tuf Maxi-H-240-80L H Class Industrial Dust Extraction Vacuum 240v
The V-Tuf Maxi-H-240-80L H Class Industrial Dust Extraction Vacuum 240v features a large 80L capacity and filter shaker. Supplied with a flexible 3m yellow vacuum hose for great visibility and prevention of trip hazards. All the tools required for safe vacuuming & extraction of hazardous harmful dust. Including 5 x 80L H Class Waste Bags VTVS055 are supplied as standard.
Why use a H Class Vacuum?
H Class Filtration is for extracting highly carcinogenic hazardous dust and substances, formaldehyde, mould, germs, lead, nickel, tar and bacteria and even MDF. By using the V-TUF Max-H-240-50L dust extraction vacuum cleaner. You are safe to also vacuum materials such as mica, china clay, gypsum, wood dust such as softwood and hardwood, silica dust such as masonry, concrete.
V-TUF MAXI-H-240-80L has twin 1750W bypass suction 240v motors, a 80 Litre stainless steel collection waste tank along with heavy duty accessories, and rugged chassis that enable it to be easily manoeuvred around sites.
The powerful suction along with the full H-Class Certification (H14 Hepa 99.995% Filtration) provides the highest level of protection against seriously harmful dust particles ensuring a safe working environment for all the workforce, whilst also having an airflow monitor to alert the user if the bag is full, or there is a blockage.
V-TUF MAXI-H-240-80L vacs come with 3 layers of filtration (cartridge filter, basket filter & waste bag) to reach the H-Class standard giving you maximum dirt removal whilst protecting and saving lives from fatal dust inflicted diseases.
3m x 38mm HiViz Yellow Vacuum Hose
Stainless Steel Tubes & Elbow
Brush Floor Cleaning Head
Construction, Tradesmen, Facilities Management, Manufacturing, Contract Cleaners, Specialists in Hazardous Area Cleaning, Glass Removal Specialists.
Areas of Application
Dust Contaminated With Carcinogens, Dusts Contaminated With Pathogens, Formaldehyde Extraction, Mould Extraction, Germs & Bacteria Extraction, Roofing Restoration Services, Floor Restoration Services, Construction Sites, All Builders & Tradesmen Working With Hazardous Related Materials, Building Renovation Services, Factory Renovation Services, Swarf Extraction/Removal (Machinery & Material Processing), Sanding, Drilling, Demolishing, Cutting, Sweeping Silica Dust particulates, Construction Refurbishment & Fit Out.
Free of Charge. (Highlands, Islands, and some AB postcodes may incur a small charge)
Emptying and Cleaning Guide
Never clean inside the vacuum cleaner yourself if you are not authorised to do so
Never attempt to remove or change the bag yourself; this should be done by a competent person under controlled conditions.
Contact the supplier or a licensed organisation for assistance.
After each use, clean the vacuum cleaner’s outer casing and attachments with the vacuum and then with damp rags. (Rags must be disposed of as hazardous waste).
Carefully inspect the case, hose and attachments visually.
Keep the hose and attachments in a clearly labelled plastic sack.
Replace the sealing cap over the hose opening in the cleaner’s casing with the plug.
Store in a suitable sealed container until next usage.