Industrial Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaners
Industrial wet & dry vacuums that are durable, efficient and effective. Try once and you will never ever want to leave us.
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Looking for a vacuum cleaner that can handle both wet and dry messes? Look no further than the Upekkha Vacuum Cleaner UV Series! These professional-grade appliances are perfect for both commercial and industrial settings, and its high quality construction means it's built to last. Plus, its intuitive controls make it easy to use, even for beginners. So whether you're looking to clean up a spilled drink or tackle a big pile of dirt, the Upekkha Vacuum Cleaner can handle the job.
The best vacuum cleaners that you can get.
These vacuum cleaners come with 12 months warranty against manufacturing defects, so you can be sure that your purchase will last.
Additionally, free delivery and training is included on every purchase, so you can be confident in using your new machine safely and effectively.
Upekkha UV16D is a 16L dry vacuum cleaner powered by a single motor, suitable for home & office usage. Do not let it's size fool you as it is powerful despite of it's looks.
The Upekkha UV30WD is somewhat similar to it’s little brother, the UV16D, the difference being that the UV30WD has a larger stainless steel tank of 30L and is suitable for wet applications.
Upekkha UV70WD is a 70L vacuum cleaner powered by two motors that is both wet & dry applicable. The minimum suggested requirement for industrial usage.
Upekkha UV70PC is similar to the UV70WD except that the collection tank is made of plastic. Suitable for collection of chemicals and other sorts of liquids.
Built in with a 80L durable stainless steel tank powered by a maximum of 3 motors, the UV80WD is by far the most powerful vacuum cleaner! Highly durable and suitable to be used in any environment!
|Motor Power||1300W||1500W||1200W x 2||1200W x 2||1200W x 3|
|Airflow||48 l/s||53 l/s||110 l/s||110 l/s||160 l/s|
|Waterlift||2400 mm||2400 mm||2400 mm||2400 mm||3100 mm|
|Noise Level||60 dBa||68 dBa||73 dBa||73 dBa||80 dBa|
|Diffuser||Spark Resistant||Spark Resistant||Spark Resistant||Spark Resistant||Spark Resistant|
No. Vacuum cleaners that are wet and dry applicable will be stated as such on their respective packaging, user manual and other marketing materials.
For vacuum cleaners here at Upekkha, all our industrial vacuum cleaners are wet and dry applicable except the UV16D which is dry applicable only.
A dry vacuum cleaner can only be used for dry situations but a wet vacuum cleaner can be used for both wet and dry situations.
A vacuum cleaner operates by utilizing its built in carbon brushed motor, spinning its fan at fast speeds to create a semi vacuum in its cylindrical tank. Areas of high air pressure will flow to areas of low air pressure naturally. The vacuum cleaner makes use of the low vacuum pressure produced to collect dirt, debris, sand, rubbish or any small and light particles.
A vacuum cleaner typically has a single motor, or up to a maximum of 3 motors installed in its top plastic enclosure. The more number of motors, the stronger the vacuum suction produced by the vacuum cleaner.
Here at Upekkha, we agree that everyone deserves the knowledge of basic problem solving skills on the issues that may arose with their vacuum cleaners.
We have prepared a thorough blog post so that you may try to troubleshoot your vacuum cleaner before reaching out to us for support! It may just be a simple matter that may be easily resolved by you!
Simply contact us for support if your problem wasn’t solved and we’ll be glad to assist you!
A vacuum cleaner is normally used to collect foreign objects or substances from our surroundings especially in our homes or offices. They help us maintain cleanliness and hygiene so that we are able to protect our health and safety. Typical foreign objects and substances includes dust, dirt, sand, fur, hair, rocks and liquids.
A good vacuum cleaner should have an efficient and effective suction performance whilst being able to be used continuously as long as its needed to fill up the whole tank.
You should not vacuum sharp objects or items in sizes larger than half of the vacuum hose diameter. Sharp objects may puncture the hose and cause a loss of air suction and this leads to a decrease in vacuum performance. The same can be said for long or large objects as they can block the airway of your vacuum hose.
You should always empty your vacuum in situations listed below:
- When you are done using the vacuum cleaner.
- When the collection tank is full.
- When your vacuum pressure has decreased.
Vacuum cleaner uptimes differs from one to another. There is no general rule of thumb as not all vacuum cleaners are built the same!
As the saying goes, you pay for what you get. The quality of cheap vacuum cleaners are made up of unreliable components and materials, the opposite can be said for vacuum cleaners that are sold starting from mid range prices.