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August 14, 2013 - Static-dissipative and conductive, Model CWR-10EX (4W) is suitable for general, dry clean-up in controlled environments and cleanrooms. True dual ULPA filters are located downstream of motor, while 2 HEPA filters are included within power head, making unit eligible for IP6X. Featuring autoclavable, stainless steel recovery tank, EMI/RFI shielded vacuum can be equipped with middle-ring with activated carbon for neutralization of toxic/noxious fumes and vapors.

Tiger-Vac Vacuum Cleaners

73 S.W. 12 Ave., # 107, Dania, FL, 33004, USA

Original Press Release

Cleanroom Vacuum Cleaner for Class II Division 2

Press release date: August 12, 2013

Finally, a static dissipative and conductive cleanroom vacuum cleaner! Tiger-Vac's ESD safe CWR-10EX (4W) series is suitable for general, dry clean-up in controlled environments and cleanrooms rated Class II Division 2 (Zone 22 [dust). Any static produced while vacuuming is quickly and effectively discharged to ground.

CWR-10EX (4W) is equipped with 4 filters: true dual ULPA Filters (U15) are located downstream of the motor while 2 HEPA filters (H14) are included within the powerhead, making it eligible for IP6X. This model is EMI/RFI Shielded and will not disrupt computers and sensitive electronic equipment.  The recovery tank is stainless steel and autoclavable. CWR-10EX (4W) can be equipped with a middle-ring with activated carbon for neutralization of toxic/noxious fumes and vapours.

For further information please visit our website located at www.tiger-vac.com or by telephone at 1-800-668-4437 our sales team will be please to answer any questions you may have.

Tiger-Vac Inc. is a proud member of the Haz-Loc Portable Vacuum Cleaner Organization (PVCO)

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