Central vacuum cleaning systems benefit a vast spectrum of industries, together with BVC’s professional approach and many years of experience, all industries can be confident that we can provide the system to suit their bespoke requirements.
Our engineers are no strangers to devising ingenious and innovative solutions to assist you in creating a healthier and safer working environment.
Our flexible approach means that whatever the application, most industries or production facilities can benefit from a system installation.
The company has installed wet central vacuum cleaning systems – where liquid extraction, separation and discharge have been accomplished: several systems handling biomass materials within a delivery rail intake, processing, distribution facility on a coal fired power station and, at the other end of the industrial spectrum, supplied a system within a class 100,000 clean room complex for scientific research.
Three Central vacuum cleaning / bulk removal systems are operating in a biomass facility in a UK power station servicing a rail in take building processing building and tunnel under storage silos.
A coal fired power station has ten central vacuum cleaning / bulk removal systems with a total of 80 x 76mm hose connection points. Plant comprising an 8m3 interceptor skip and 55kW diesel powered mobile vacuum plant.
A smelter has a 16 point bulk removal / cleaning system connected to a filter separator and 15kW exhauster unit in an acoustic enclosure, dispensing materials into flexible inter-bulk containers.
A recycling facility has a 38 point bulk removal / cleaning system connected to a tubular bag separator and 30kW exhauster unit in an acoustic enclosure.
A UK Miller has a central vacuum cleaning / bulk removal system with 46 hose connection points, handling beans and dusts – thus complying with the ATEX directive.
A beverage distiller has two systems – one in a grain intake and the other in the dry materials processing facility, both have interconnecting hose connection points linked back to the BVC Centurion vacuum machines complying with the ATEX directive.