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Shop Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of shop vacuum cleaner manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top shop vacuum cleaner manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find shop vacuum cleaner companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture shop vacuum cleaners to your company’s specifications. Then contact the shop vacuum cleaner companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of continuous duty vacuums, portable vacuum cleaners, central vacuum cleaners, or customized shop vacuum cleaners of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Syracuse, NY 888-293-7434

    We have a large selection of shop vacuum cleaners for a variety of applications. Our shop vacuum cleaners can help you reclaim valuable materials, improve worker safety by reducing airborne hazardous materials to meet OSHA regulations and may even reduce your costs.

  • Belleville, NJ 800-822-8629

    Our shop vacuum cleaners are ideal for 100% liquids or liquids with solid particles such as metal chips or shavings. The parts of our shop vacuum cleaners like machine tool sumps, machining beds, oil/water separators, parts washers, rinse tanks, and clean up liquid spills can be quickly emptied and cleaned.

  • Union Grove, WI 800-640-4213

    As a leader in the vacuum cleaner manufacturing industry, Multi-Vac offers vacuums for a variety of applications. Products include central industrial vacuums, portable vacuum cleaners and more. With our many years of experience, you can expect quality products and excellent service. Please call or visit our website today for more information.

  • Tulsa, OK 918-216-6100

    Pulse-Bac is the Original & Patented Self-Cleaning Vacuum. Most vacuums can lose up to 50% of their suction as the filter clogs. Not Pulse-Bac. Pulse-Bac is different, its Automatic Pulse-Clean Technology keeps filters clean and suction consistent. Plus they're 100% automatic, no heavy compressors or buttons to push. You just turn it on and go to work. Pulse-Bac's HEPA Certified Filters comply with the OSHA Silica and EPA RRP regulations. For Superior Dust Collection, Check out Pulse-Bac.

  • Warren, NJ 908-647-4100

    Elgee Manufacturing is a manufacturer of industrial vacuum cleaners, HEPA vacuums and commercial vacuum cleaners. We provide customers with vacuum cleaners that are powerful and durable in order to meet numerous application specifications. We serve a variety of industries with our quality vacuum systems.

  • Union Grove, WI 800-558-2280

    We aim to achieve measurable cost savings for you while producing a cleaner and safer work environment in your workplace. Whether you need cleaning or maintaining, recycling, non-destructively excavating, or improving air quality, our industrial vacuum loaders offers high power suction to convey solids, liquids, sludges or slurries. Call or visit our website to learn more!

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Shop Vacuum Cleaners

Shop vacuum cleaners, usually known by the generic trademark Shop-Vac® or shop vac, are vacuum cleaners specially designed to handle the larger and tougher cleaning tasks associated with workshops, machine shops, and other facilities with tougher debris. They come in the form of cylinder, drum or canister vacuum models and are generally designed for both indoor and outdoor usage. They are strong enough to accommodate both wet and dry debris, and they can even handle liquid spills. Some also come with an exhaust port or detachable blower for reversing airflow. This feature comes in handy for anything from clearing a clogged hose to blowing dust into a corner for easy collection.

Shop vacuum cleaners were originally designed for use in workshops and on construction sites, but since then, they have become very popular and their use has branched out to applications as far apart as zoos and aircrafts. Shop vacuum cleaners are designed as cylinder, drum or canister vacuums because if they were equipped with bags, they would likely disintegrate due to exposure to liquids. In some cases, the vacuum canister can be removed and emptied, while some vacuums must be tilted in their entirety to be rid of their contents. Still others are designed to accommodate optional plastic bags that can be fitted into the canister to collect materials, while others have a reversal switch that allows users to blow the contents out of the canister. Although shop vacuum cleaners are designed to pick up water, it should be noted that they cannot actually be submerged in water, even to be cleaned, as their electrical components would sustain damage. Rather, to clean it or to service broken or worn down parts, a shop vacuum cleaner can be taken apart. Lacking filters and (generally) belts, shop vacs are easy to clean, requiring attention be paid only to the hose, canister and their few other components.

Shop vacuum cleaners are an excellent tool and have a great many applications. For example, shop vacuum cleaners lend themselves to the task of cleaning out drums or barrels that have been used to contain liquids. At wineries, for instance, after a tank or barrel has been drained, it is cleared with a shop vac before being washed and allowed to dry for re-use. They are also used by restoration companies to clean houses and furniture after flood or fire damage and can similarly be used in the home to tend to minor to moderate basement flooding and washing machine leaks. To suit customer needs, manufacturers offer shop vacuum cleaners in a range of sizes, varying from industrial to handheld.

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