Trelawny VL Ex ATEX Classification
*Certified for use in Gas Zone 1
Low vibration options available
Compatible with Trelawny Vacuum Systems

Pistol Grip tool designed for the most demanding applications. Makes light work of removing heavy coatings.

Overall Length (mm) 370
Weight (kg) 3.51kg
Noise Level LwA
db(A)
109.5
Vibration Level 2.3
Blows per min (BPM) 3000
Air Consumption
(lps - cfm)
2.6 - 5.5

*Based on VL303

Trelawny VL Ex ATEX Classification
*Certified for use in Gas Zone 1
Compatible with Trelawny Vacuum Systems

The KAV30 is ATEX approved for Gas Zone 1 and Dust Zone 21 under category 2 of the ATEX Directive.

Capacity (ltrs) 30
Vacuum inlet (Ø) 38
Dimensions 890 x 460 x 500
Weight (kg) 14.5

*Based on Dry Model

 

 

 

Trelawny VL Ex ATEX Classification
*Certified for use in Gas Zone 1
Low vibration options available

Highly effective for quick removal of heavy scale and coatings.

Weight (kg) 2.5/3.7
Length (mm) 465
Working Height (mm) 152.5
Blows Per Min (BPM) 3000 x 1/3000 X 3
Air Consumption (lps - cfm) 3.3 - 7/5.2 - 11

 

Trelawny Ex ATEX Classification
*Certified for use in Gas Zone 1
Low vibration options available
Compatible with Trelawny Vacuum Systems

The floating head design allows the SF11 to easily follow deformations in the surface meaning coatings will be removed evenly and consistently.

Cutter Heads Cruciform taper fit
Air Consumption (lps - cfm) 33 - 70
Noise Level (db (A)) 113.1
Blows Per Min (BPM) 3000 x 11
Weight (kg) 38
Vibration Level (Aeq m/s²) 5.76

ATEX Approved Surface Preparation Equipment

ATEX (ATmospheres EXplosibles) is a directive outlining a number of technical and quality objectives that must be complied with to the satisfaction of a third party certification association.

Directive 99/92/EC (also known as ‘ATEX 137’ or the ‘ATEX Workplace Directive’) refers to the minimum requirements for improving the health and safety protection of workers potentially at risk from explosive atmospheres. Directive 94/9/EC (also known as ‘ATEX 95’ or ‘the ATEX Equipment Directive’) on the approximation of the laws of Members States concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.

The ATEX symbol is recognized internationally, providing safety assurances to users in EU states, as well as assuring users in the U.S. and other non-EU countries that the product was manufactured to high levels of safety.

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