Centralized Vacuum Systems

A centralized vacuum system allows the withdrawal of dust and solids thanks to a series of pipes which can be mounted anywhere in the facility. Delfin’s centralized vacuum systems allow to withdraw materials from multiple vacuum points simultaneously, depending on the power and features of the suction unit and the specific materials being collected. Each vacuum system must be designed considering the specific dimensions and characteristics of the area in which it has to be installed. For more than 25 years Delfin designs, manufactures and installs central vacuum systems for collection of powders and solids in any kind of industry, being able to follow all the necessary steps of development. Design, engineering and installation of centralized vacuum systems for:
✓ Cleaning and maintenance
✓ Dust control
✓ Integration on production lines
✓ Improve efficiency

POWERFUL SUCTION UNITS

A centralized vacuum system withdraws in order to increase the efficiency of the plant. The unit has to be chosen wisely, taking in consideration many factors, such as the material to be vacuumed, the number of pickup points and the distances to be covered. Delfin manufactures fixed or mobile suction units with power up to 34hp, with several options available such as remote control and the full personalization of the electrical panel for special functions.

HIGH EFFICIENCY FILTER UNITS

Industrial vacuum systems for fine dusts require high levels of filtration to ensure the efficiency of plant operations. Delfin centralized vacuum systems can be provided with high efficiency filter units (with HEPA filters installed) and high filter surface area in order to minimize machine stops and the reduction of performances during long operations.

COLLECTION UNITS

The use of a centralized system is the efficient solution for the collection of the material. Each system can be equipped with the proper collection system, making it easier to dispose of the collected material: extractable containers, Longopac systems, rotary cells for continuous discharge are only some of the solutions for the management of the collected dust.