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110 Gallon Chip Vac Available For Big Jobs

EXAIR’s new 110 Gallon Chip Vac™ System offers a fast, easy way to clean chips or other dry materials from fixtures, floors and work surfaces of machining centers, lathes, saws, mills and other industrial equipment.

110 Gallon Chip Vac Available For Big Jobs
110 Gallon Chip Vac Available For Big Jobs

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EXAIR’s new 110 Gallon Chip Vac™ System offers a fast, easy way to clean chips or other dry materials from fixtures, floors and work surfaces of machining centers, lathes, saws, mills and other industrial equipment. It can easily be moved from drum to drum to keep different materials separate for recycling. Dusty materials, such as absorbents, are trapped by the 0.1 micron filter bag to keep the surrounding area clean.
The Chip Vac is compressed air powered and attaches to the included drum. It is extremely quiet at 77 dBA, making it suitable for a wide variety of applications. There are no motors or impellers to clog or wear out. It is covered by a five year warranty.
The Model 6393-110 Premium Chip Vac System includes the Chip Vac, lever lock drum lid, shutoff valve, filter bag, 110 gallon drum, drum dolly, static resistant hose, heavy duty aluminum tools, 20' (6.1m) air hose, tool holder and quick connects fittings. A 55, 30 and 5 gallon model are also available. Prices start at $589.00. A demonstration video can be viewed at www.exair.com/pr/cvvideo.htm.

 

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