Humidifier cylinders designed for easy cleaning

Published:  10 December, 2006

Designed for easy cleaning and maintenance, Vapacís environmentally friendly humidifier cylinders.

Vapac now offers cleanable cylinders for its Vapac range of humidifiers. They can be supplied with new humidifiers or retro-fitted. These cylinders have been developed as part of the companyís environmental policy and to extend their operational life without compromising performance.

Recyclable materials are used. Neoprene seals align the cylinder halves to ensure correct assembly and provide a water-tight seal. Steel rings on the flange of each cylinder half distribute the clamping force and prevent distortion to the flanges.

Access to the cylinder is achieved by unfastening toggles.

Since the correct positioning of the electrodes determines the accurate working of humidifiers, they are permanently fitted in the upper half of the cylinder.

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