Centralized vacuum systems consist of a pipe network, a suction unit, and a single collection point, designed according to each customer’s specific, unique features, which allow material, polluting fumes, and manufacturing residue to be vacuumed, transported, and removed.
A centralized system makes it possible to maximise the hygiene, safety, and productivity of any industrial production.
The system is made of piping assembled and installed inside the building, even on different floors, in order to be able to simultaneously vacuum in various points distant from each other.
The vacuumed material is conveyed to a single collection point, usually located outside the building near the suction unit.
The completed vacuum system requires no routine maintenance and prevents delays caused by using, moving, and emptying individual vacuum cleaners on wheels inside buildings.
In fact, a centralized vacuum system makes it possible to carry out any type of maintenance or cleaning by simply connecting the appropriate accessories to the closest vacuum point.
The Mastervac technical office tailors the size of each centralized system, keeping in mind the building structure, the various vacuum points, the type of material, and how the system itself will be used, thereby creating bespoke solutions for each customer.
A centralized system makes it possible to carry out various operations using a single vacuum system:
Every vacuum system is made up of three fundamental elements:
Central suction units:
Mastervac offers its customers powerful vacuum units available from 3 to 25 kW, specifically
assessed by the in-house technical office, bearing in mind multiple factors, including the characteristics of the material being vacuumed, its granulometry, its volume, and the distance it travels from the suction point to the collection point. Suction units are also available for ATEX-classified production areas at risk of explosion, to ensure complete safety. In addition, given constant innovative technological development, Mastervac offers options to remotely control and monitor suction unit performance and start-up.
The best method to guarantee every centralized vacuum system has continuous, efficient performance is to fit it with the best filtration systems. The filters, located
before the suction unit, ensure the motor is protected, preventing vacuumed dust and materials from coming into contact with it and compromising its operation. Even for the finest dust, Mastervac offers progressive high-efficiency filters like HEPA filters that, via automatic cleaning systems, always maintain the utmost vacuum performance without requiring the operator to intervene manually.
The material vacuumed via Mastervac centralized systems is collected and conveyed to a single collection point selected by customers based on their needs such as, for example, in big bags, Endless Bags, containers, or storage containers. Mastervac offers various systems to discharge the material continuously or intermittently as needed, which can be adjusted using a butterfly valve, tilting flaps, or simple automatic or manual guillotines.