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Air cleaner TAC 750 E
Extremely mobile and variably applicable lightweight – agreeably small in terms of costs and dimensions
Air purification made easy!
Whether for rebuilds, renovations or restorations – wherever there is construction work in progress the air is quickly contaminated with dust pollutants, endangering the health of employees or residents and polluting adjacent areas.
Here, the lightweight TAC 750 E constitutes the perfect solution for air cleaning in smaller construction zones and air pollution control in the surrounding facilities – due to its compact dimensions it also conveniently fits into even the smallest trunk.
Developed specifically as vacuum generator for dust‑laden rooms, the TAC 750 E with its effective two‑stage filter system ensures reliable HEPA filtration of the contaminated room air to protect against health hazards and dirt!
Using the TAC 750 E air purification becomes mere child's play
As the lightest air cleaner of its class, the TAC 750 E can be transported from one construction site to another without difficulty and be put into operation just as easily.
The infinitely adjustable air volume regulation enables an energy-efficient adjustment of the fan performance to the required air exchange rates for the respective construction zone.
With the range of available filters you can flexibly use the TAC 750 E as two-stage filter system for air cleaning in construction zones or for the extraction of spray paint mists in case of airless or compressed-air applications.
In addition to the standard connection for 203-mm hoses, smaller 127-mm hoses for air extraction can also be connected to the TAC 750 E using an optional hose adapter.
This way, the ideal hose connection is available for any requirement ranging from pinpoint suction to maintaining the pressure.
Since the TAC 750 E was scrupulously optimized for effective suction operation, it can optionally be applied either for air circulation directly in sealed-off areas or outside for maintaining the pressure via a hose connection: