SV-R2 Silo

SV-R2 Silo Mini Central Vacuum

Product Overview

For collection needs that surpass the capabilities of the portable WNS2220, it’s stationary counterpart, the SV-R2 silo mini central vacuum by Ruwac, packs as powerful a punch. Complete with Ruwac’s industry-leading MicroClean filtration, it’s no wonder why the SV-R2 is one of The Red Line’s most dependable mini central vacuums for fine, dry collection. A 200 CFM makes for powerful stationary vacuuming in a unit this size and can be attached to any 30 gallon drum for easy, dust-free collection. The SV-R2 silo is also designed in durable compression cast housing that is grounded and non-sparking with the option to upgrade to HEPA or ULPA filtration.

Features and Benefits
  • 30 gallon drum collection capacity
  • Fully grounded to protect against static build-up
  • Durable compression cast composite housing will never dent or rust — Guaranteed for life!
  • Industry-leading MicroClean filtration is 99% efficient @ 0.5 Microns — 3-year filter life guarantee!
  • Manual filter shaker system allows you to clean the primary filter without having to disassemble your vacuum
  • Optional HEPA Maxx or HEPA 2.0 and ULPA filtration for air purification
Specifications

*Specs subject to change without notice

Motor Rating: (2) 1200 Watt Motor / 3.2 Hp
Voltage: 110 Volts
Amps: 19 Amps
Noise Level: n/a
Duty Cycle: Intermittent
Vacuum Rating: 7.2 Hg"
Volume Rating: 200 CFM
Primary Filter Efficiency: 99% @ 0.5 Micron
Primary Filter Area: 13 sq. ft.
Primary Filter Cleaning: Heavy Duty Manual Shaker
Inlet Connection: 2" (50 mm) w/Aluminum Cast Deflector
Housing Material: Compression Cast Composite
Casters: 3" Heavy Duty Non-Marking Double Casters - 2 Rear w/ Brakes, 2 Front Swivel
Collection Capacity: 30 Gallon w/ Drum Caddy
Collection Pan Release: Foot Lever-Activated Release Bar
Power Cable: 30 ft. High Visibility Yellow Cord
Approx. Weight: n/a
Options

*Specs subject to change without notice

35192: HEPA Maxx Filter
35192CON: HEPA 2.0 Filter
2514301: Minihelic for Filter Monitoring