BVC – British Vacuum Company.
Buying or replacing an industrial vacuum cleaner can often seem like an obligation or chore. But the right machine (used properly) will last for years and it will save both time and money by doing the job faster and more efficiently. Hubert Booth who invented the vacuum cleaner in 1900 founded the company that was to become BVC. Today we are one of the few companies still manufacturing in the UK giving us the flexibility to modify machines, should it be necessary to match quite specific customer requirements.
A VACUUM CLEANER CAN OFTEN DO A LOT MORE THAN CLEAN THE FLOOR, EMPTY SUMPS OR PICK UP SWARF.
The high volumes of air generated in the BVC vacuum cleaner are increasingly being put to additional work
Our engineers, when visiting a site, can often suggest ways of utilising the vacuum to further increase efficiencies in production. This can be anything from reducing airborne contamination at workstations or hold down tables to pressure jet/vacuum nozzles for deep hole cleaning and materials recycling
Regardless of your environment, Mill, Warehouse, Foundry, Laboratory, Machine Shop, Cement Works, Brickworks, Nuclear Industry, College or School and regardless of the substance you need to clean, collect or recycle. Toxic (Type H) or Explosive (ATEX) it is likely that there is a BVC machine that can do the job.
Please click through on the list on the right that is nearest to your application or environment.