A central vacuum cleaner brings cost savings and makes the cleaning of construction sites efficient. Dust is removed right at the source and transmitted via pipelines directly to a waste collector.
Central vacuum cleaning is a key part of a systematic mode of operation:
The system can be utilised throughout the building’s service life.
A central vacuum cleaner helps to keep the indoor environment clean. It does not spread micro dust, which is detrimental to the health, in the indoor air. It has been proved to be the only efficient method of removing micro dust from indoor spaces. Also, it increases the efficiency of vacuum cleaning and makes cleaning up to 50% faster than with traditional vacuum cleaners. It is more efficient to remove micro dust with central vacuum cleaning than via the building’s ventilation ductwork. The benefits of a central vacuum cleaner are emphasised in ecological buildings.
Central vacuum cleaning is highly suitable for use on ships. It does not spread micro dust, which is detrimental to the health, in the indoor air. It has been proved to be the only efficient method of removing micro dust from indoor spaces.
Halton Process negative-pressure systems are used to solve problems in industry that are caused by dust, gases, and other impurities. The system is also used to transfer and separate industrial materials. Process systems have been supplied for, among others, the following applications:
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