[Solway, 06/09/2017] – Intex Group, a provider of construction equipment based in New Zealand, offers a broad range of Delfin dust extractor vacuums in their power tools collection. The company aims to help workers in the industrial environment with these products.
Delfin Dust Extractor Vacuums
The DM3-REX Delfin Dust Extractors have air-operated and explosion-proof conformities. They are applicable in zones that have high risks of explosion, especially if working in the presence of explosive gas or dust.
The DG range, on the other hand, uses a side-channel blower suction unit which provides excellent suction performance and resistance even with non-stop use. The vacuums are silent yet powerful, suitable for heavy-duty requirements. The direct shafting between the motor and impeller allows the vacuum to be maintenance-free.
The MISTRAL 352 D2 is the vacuum most ideal for industrial environments. It is compact and mobile, responsible for suctioning fine and toxic dust as well as solid materials. Its primary features are its high filter surface, detachable container, basket for accessories and a sturdy steel structure.
The Purpose of Power Tools
Efficiency and speed are important to Intex Group. With their power tools, the company aims to help people cut down production time, avoid resource waste and reduce the overall effort in on-site operations. They provide clients with the ideal equipment for addressing the ever-increasing demands of the industrial workplace.
Intex Group supplies useful machines and devices from several brands across Australia, such as their full collection of power tools from renowned brands like Delfin, Starmix, and Useit.
About Intex Group
Intex Group is all about preparing a great finish and building excellence. The company has New Zealand’s biggest range of quality tools, equipment, and accessories for interior and exterior paint and plaster applications. They are passionate about delivering the best customer experience and determined to provide products that meet the industry’s standards.
If you need more information about Intex Group or if you have questions regarding their products, visit http://intex.co.nz/.