Electronic sensor added to CDCLarue vacuum

The new Pulse-Bac PB-2150 vacuum from CDCLarue Industries is the first portable vacuum to use an electronic sensor that detects when the collection tank is full and ready to be emptied.

The PB-2150 allows the user to collect and discard dust and debris simultaneously without turning off the vacuum or stopping production. The PB-2150 allows the user to empty dust and debris into a 6 mm plastic bag while the vacuum continually operates, without the bag collapsing in on itself or being sucked up into the collection chamber. After emptying the debris into the bag, the user seals the upper vacuum chamber, removes the bag and replaces it with a new one without turning off the machine.

The PB-2150 comes with awardwinning Pulse-Bac Technology, an exclusive filtration technology that stops the filters from becoming caked with dust or debris and prevents them from clogging during operation. It flushes them internally, using only ambient air and vacuum.

Producing 450 CFM with 70 inches of lift, measuring 63 inches tall and 28 inches wide, and weighing only 200 pounds, the PB-2150 is a maneuverable and lightweight machine that can easily fit through any standard door or elevator.


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