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Lead Safe HEPA vacuum

Jersey City, NJ – What is a “HEPA” Vacuum? HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) hovers differ from conventional vacuums in that they hold in filters that are capable of trapping exceedingly small, micron sized particles. A real Lead Safe HEPA vacuum filter can trap 99.97% of all airborne Molecules bigger than 0.3 microns. To illustrate how little this is, a human red blood cell (RCBC) is usually between 6 and 8 microns wide.

Why do HEPA vacuums need to be used for lead dust cleaning?

Airborne lead dust particles are approximately 2 or 3 microns in size and adjudicated dust can be anything bigger than this all the way up to fully size paints chips. Although any household vacuum forced out to pick up paint chips, the ordinary household hoovers Discharges particles smaller than 50 micro-meters which means that the vast bulk of the smallest and nearly easily spread particles are being blown back into the air.

If I use a HEPA vacuum to clear a surface, acts that mean it’s free of lead dust?

A Lead Safe HEPA vacuum will call for loose dust from aerofoil’s, however a residue of cohered lead dust will likely continue on the surface which should be made clean by wet wiping or cleaning.

Are all Lead Safe HEPA vacuums the same?

Vacuum producers are not demanded to test their vacuums for particle emissions so the lineament and filtration capability of HEPA vacuums can vary greatly.

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