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Nilfisk-Advance website release

April 08, 2010
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Malvern, PA – Ever since finely ground motes of sugar caused a tragic explosion at a sugar factory in Savannah, GA, killing 14, combustible dust has been wavering as a national headline. Manufacturers have been inundated with information about safety and prevention; but questions still remain. For this reason, Nilfisk CFM developed, a focus site that specifically addresses the issue of combustible dust in the manufacturing industry, as it relates to maintenance and industrial vacuum cleaners.
Through video, fact sheets, application photos, and links to sites like OSHA’s NEP on Combustible Dust, gives manufacturers access to pertinent information regarding combustible dust and fire/explosion prevention.
“Even though the industrial sector is now very aware of the risks of combustible dust, they still have a lot of questions,” says Paul Miller, Vice President and General Manager of Nilfisk CFM . “Many manufacturers still aren’t sure if the material in their plants is considered “explosive” or if their equipment meets OSHA recommendations. strives to answer some of those questions as they relate to maintenance procedures and explosion-proof vacuums, providing a one-stop site for manufacturers looking to learn more about combustible dust.”
For more information, visit
Nilfisk CFM, the industrial vacuum division of Nilfisk-Advance America, helps its industrial customers meet their individual cleaning requirements and challenges with an extensive range of high-performance vacuum cleaners. From its Malvern, PA headquarters, Nilfisk CFM provides industrial vacuums for heavy-duty applications that require maximum suction power; and specialty vacuums for clean applications that demand “absolute” air purity and facility cleanliness. The company’s vacuums are equipped with industry-specific features and exceptionally efficient filtration systems, ensuring dust- and debris-free facilities in the food, chemical/pharmaceutical, electronics, metalworking/powder coating, and a variety of manufacturing industries. For more information, visit
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