Central vacuum systems are becoming increasingly more popular as manufacturers are looking for new ways to trim operating expenses and increase efficiency. Centralising the vacuum needs eliminates the necessity for personnel to perform periodic maintenance or repair on myriad pumps around the facility.
It also permits continuous, uninterrupted operation because a central system usually includes a reserve, or back-up, pump that comes on stream automatically should a primary pump fail to operate. Without a central system, should a pump fail or be down for maintenance, the machine associated with it would be out of service until another pump can be brought in and connected.
Centralising also makes it more comfortable for the employees, an ever increasing concern in today’s business world. Removing pumps from the immediate work area reduces noise level and heat generated by the pumps and motors.
Becker’s VariAir Variable Speed Drive Vacuum Pumps in a Sound Proofed Cabinet Centralised System