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Ruwac USA announced the release of the NA35 Series immersion separators features a complete self-contained vacuum system. Additive manufacturing environments using explosive or impact sensitive materials that may contain an ignition source such as aluminum, titanium or zirconium and other volatile dusts will not only benefit from eliminating the risk of an explosion, but keeping workspaces clean in the process.

Relying on decades of proven performance technology, the NA35 Series collects explosive or glowing media particles entering the vacuum and immediately mixes them in a turbulent liquid bath. From there, moving air and liquid are rapidly forced onto the materials, submerging and neutralizing them in the process in the vacuum’s hydrophobic and oleophobic water filter system. This process stops already contained materials from finding any ignition source that may be introduced into the vacuum, guaranteeing a safe, explosion-proof work environment.

Newly designed as part of the NA35 Series is the NA35 HD-110. This immersion separation vacuum features an easy-to-use stainless steel liquid discharge valve located beneath the main housing that acts as the primary source in releasing filtered contents, eliminating any heavy lifting required for emptying out of the equation. Counterbalanced heavy duty casters and its two-stack design provide a maximum portability while the system’s external sight glass remains in place as the go-to detector of liquid levels.

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