The latest addition to the DC Tromb family, the DC Tromb Turbo offers optimum quality, containment and performance. One of the major updates is the three-phase turbo motor that has been designed specifically to target heavy-duty cleaning. The new range has also been developed with a thermal protector that activates at high temperatures, while a simpler filter change has also been included for easier and quicker removal.
The DC Tromb Turbo is available with Direct Start or a Frequence inverter (VFD), while those working in ATEX zone 22 can benefit from the EX model.
The DC Tromb Turbo with direct start is suitable for source extraction from medium-sized power tools such as grinders, jackhammers and saws, while the VFD model gives 50 per cent more Hepa filter area than its predecessor. For instance, it can remove dust during polishing of glass fibre, carbon fibre and epoxy with a hand-held sander. New safety features such as overheating protection is also added. Both models can be equipped with either a steel container, plastic bag or a Longopac bag.
The EX version is certified to IP65 standard, ATEX Zone 22, meaning it can operate in explosive environments. Like the other two versions, the EX Tromb Turbo has a tall cyclone, large filters and powerful motor package, allowing it to handle large amounts of debris.
James Miller, Managing Director of Dustcontrol UK: “We’re delighted to launch our new and improved Turbo Tromb range. The new models are not just more powerful, robust and effective than previous Tromb cleaners, but also incredibly resourceful. The powerful vacuum cleaners can handle an array of fine dust and materials on construction sites, created from cutting concrete, sanding, grinding or drilling floors or walls, as well as dust from many other industrial factory processes.”
The company, based in Milton Keynes, has over 45 years’ worth of experience in developing dust extraction solutions and centralised vacuum systems to fit client requirements in the aerospace, food and drink, construction, engineering, and manufacturing industries. They are experts in capturing dust at its source – both where and when it’s created.
James concluded: “Ultimately, the new range ensures those working in hazardous environments where dust is prevalent can carry out their jobs as safely and efficiently as possible.”