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3PXN3 N551BC UNSPSC # 47121602

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Pneumatic, Drum Vacuum, 55 gal Tank Size, Steel, 2 in Vacuum Hose Dia., 89 cfm Vacuum Air Flow

  • Item # 3PXN3
  • Mfr. Model # N551BC
  • UNSPSC # 47121602
  • Catalog Page # 1569 1569
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Pneumatic industrial drum vacuums operate on a compressed-air supply to suction dust and dirt or liquid spills into their drum for disposal. They withstand high-frequency use and reduce the risk of downtime since they have no electric motor to burn out. These air-powered vacuums are commonly connected to air compressors at construction sites or pneumatic hoses in manufacturing facilities.

Industrial shop vacuums provide greater suction than general purpose or commercial-cleaning shop vacuums to pick up heavier particles and liquids. Their 2-stage or 3-stage motor allows high-frequency use for heavy-duty cleanups of dust and dirt or liquid spills. They're commonly used at manufacturing facilities and building or construction sites.

Technical Specs

  • Vacuum Product Grouping Drum Vacuum
  • Vacuum Power Source Pneumatic
  • Vacuum Filtration Type Standard
  • Vacuum Pickup Type Wet/Dry
  • Vacuum Air Flow 89 cfm
  • Static Pressure 185 in
  • Sound Level 102 dB
  • Tank Material Steel
  • Tank Size 55 gal
  • Tank Dry Capacity 55 gal
  • Tank Wet Capacity 55 gal
  • Vacuum Collection Type Bagless
  • Vacuum Hose Dia. 2 in
  • Vacuum Hose Length 20 ft
  • Minimum Air Compressor 15 hp
  • Air Hose Dia. 3/4 in
  • Air Hose Length 20 ft
  • Inlet Air Flow 68 cfm
  • Inlet Air Pressure 100 psi
  • Air Inlet 3/4 in FNPT
  • Inlet Connection Gender Female
  • Inlet Connection Type Threaded
  • Includes 12 in W Metal Wet/Dry Floor Tool with 4 ft Wand, 24 in L Metal Crevice Tool, 3/4 in X 20 ft Air Supply Hose with Fittings
  • Item Drum Vacuum

Pneumatic industrial drum vacuums operate on a compressed-air supply to suction dust and dirt or liquid spills into their drum for disposal. They withstand high-frequency use and reduce the risk of downtime since they have no electric motor to burn out. These air-powered vacuums are commonly connected to air compressors at construction sites or pneumatic hoses in manufacturing facilities.

Industrial shop vacuums provide greater suction than general purpose or commercial-cleaning shop vacuums to pick up heavier particles and liquids. Their 2-stage or 3-stage motor allows high-frequency use for heavy-duty cleanups of dust and dirt or liquid spills. They're commonly used at manufacturing facilities and building or construction sites.

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