What do you have to vacuum?
Every Delfin industrial vacuum cleaner is capable of withdraw any type of material, from the suction of fine powders to the aspiration of liquids or oils; there are no materials that our industrial vacuum cleaners cannot withdraw. Delfin has structured a product-range, composed of more than 100 different models of industrial vacuum cleaners, in multiple product lines: each model is characterized by technical details that make it ideal for some specific application.
The product range includes specific industrial vacuum cleaners for suction and separation of oil and swarfs (shavings, metal, plastic shavings, or other materials), vacuum cleaners designed for filtration of welding fumes, filtration of oil or gas mists, others specifically created on unique needs of our customers. Dust, liquids, solids, polymers or any other type of material in any form or quantity,
Delfin can always help you to deal with them.
What do you have to convey ?
Pneumatic conveyors can find different applications related to the handling of dusty, granular or solid material in many types of manufacturing industries. The use of a pneumatic conveyor can increase up to 30% the productivity and efficiency of the automatic or semi-automatic machines on which they are installed. Conveyors, being closed systems, are also ideal for handling toxic, harmful or explosive products: being closed systems, they prevent the dispersion of the product into the environment and prevent it from coming into contact with sources of ignition.
Delfin pneumatic conveyors have high transport capacities thanks to extremely efficient vacuum technology and low consumption. Delfin produces pneumatic conveyors in dense or diluted phase for the transport of any type of powders, granules or solids: conveyors for pellets, cereals, coffee, chips and any other type of material.
Delfin products are designed to eliminate the potential trigger of these powders, being produced according to standards in line with current regulations in terms of safety in areas with explosion risks.