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ruwac's WS2320-Hd INDUSTRIAL VACUUM removes Blast Media
up more of a fight
than the rest to lift off the ground. Ruwac
uSA, specializing in innovative industrial vacuum solutions, understands this
battle and has created the WS2320-hd.
This heavy duty intermittent duty vacuum
features 11 hg" of negative vacuum pressure - the most powerful of its kind in the
market - and it doesn't give heavier materials a chance when it comes to cleaning
up your work space. This vacuum is ideal
for working with blast media such as glass
bead and steel shot. The WS2320-hd encompasses high power suction, powerful filtration, and an easy foot-actuated dustpan
disposal system that will collectively provides a dependable and maintenance-free
dust removal solution.
Available with a 300 CFM, the WS2320-hd
heavy duty vacuum includes a 240 volt single
phase motor. its 28 ft² MicroClean filtration
three-year guarantee, with optional hEPA
or uLPA filtration available for air purification. The vacuum's modular housing is fully
grounded and sealed for dust-free operation and is made from a dent- and rust-free
compression cast composite housing that
is guaranteed for life. With its nine gallon
foot actuated dustpan, users have limited
interaction with its contents and no messy
spills to contend with.
sOME finE dusTs PuT
is 99.99% efficient at 0.5 microns and nearly
eliminates the possibility of premature
clogging and costly filter changes. All of
Ruwac MicroClean filters are backed by a
About Ruwac usA
Ruwac USA is a leading manufacturer
of portable, central and specialty industrial
vacuum systems. Made in the USA, Ruwac's
industrial vacuums are known for their reliability, innovative design and superb filtration.
For more information on Ruwac's product lines,
visit www.ruwac.com. You can also contact
Ruwac by telephone at 413-532-4030 or via
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STRETCH FORMING by Linetec Curves and Finishes Architectural
Aluminum Products in One Location
sTRETch fORMinG By LinETEc allows archi-
tectural product manufacturers to have their
metal building components curved and finished in one location. half-circles, eyebrows
and Gothic arches are popular architectural
Customers can ship their aluminum to
Linetec for bending and finishing to retain the
full finish warranty. utilizing Linetec's dedicated fleet of trucks saves customers shipping costs and transit time as well as reduces
material handling and packaging to minimize
the opportunity for damage.
Linetec's full scope of bending capabilities
includes annealing and tempering to soften and
harden aluminum. Born from the aerospace
industry, stretch forming maintains precise
dimensions throughout a curve. The extrusion
is kept under constant tension, while wrapping
it around a form, or die. This produces perfectly
contoured products, while limiting or even
eliminating wrinkling inside the arc.
in addition to stretch forming, Linetec offers
a broad choice of paint, anodize and powder
coat, plus field repair and restoration, thermal
improvement and other support for finished
Located in Wisconsin, Linetec celebrates
30 years of serving customers across the
country. The company finishes such products
as aluminum windows, wall systems, doors,
hardware and other architectural metal
components, as well as automotive, marine
and manufactured consumer goods. Linetec
is a subsidiary of Apogee Enterprises, Inc.
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Linetec is a member of the American Institute
of Architects (AIA), the American Architectural
Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the
U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). For
more information about Linetec, its services
and news, visit http://www.linetec.com.
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