The demand for retrofit is increasing. Traditionally, insulation companies needed vacuums to remove fire-damaged, moldy insulation. Various contractors including pest-control, HVAC and even fire departments are using vacuums to extract old, damaged insulating material. The HVAC industry uses vacuums for cleaning duct work.
Contractors need a versatile, portable solution to remove insulation, quickly, efficiently and cleanly. With the Cool-Vac 16, you are able to remove insulation from attics, sidewalls and crawl spaces.
Damaged insulation material (fire, smoke and water) is heavy and requires an industrial solution to remove the heavy material.
With the Cool-Vac16, you are able to vacuum heavy, damp material
into 75 cu. ft. disposable bags or directly into a truck or dumpster.
I bought my first Insulation Blower Machine CM1500 from Barry.
Barry was very professional and responsive to my phone calls
also he helped me to choose right machine with asking me
all the question. As I grew my business, I needed an Insulation
vacuum machine, and needless to say who do I buy from is Barry!
Again he was very helpful with all questions and concern and
choosing right machine. I say if you need any insulation Barry is the guy you want talk to. Shawn Ashraf, The Attic Pros
We were extracting insulation from a building. My daughter was in the attic. We heard a loud bang at the vacuum. She had sucked up a half a brick and it shot right through the machine. We inspected the vacuum and we were surprised that there was no damage. This machine has more power than we ever expected! Matt Harvey, Port Huron, Michigan
Features of the Cool-Vac 16
B An Industry First Proprietary replaceable liner in the fan housing chamber. Fan housings are very expensive and run hundreds of dollars. We have incorporated a replaceable wear strip inside the fan chamber to prevent highly abrasive fibers and foreign debris passing from damaging the housing.
C A 20 inch diameter turbo sonic FC blade [1. Forward Curve] eliminates wet fiber build up in the housing area. The turbulence created by the forward curvature sweeps the housing clean of debris.
Fully robotically welded high abrasion resistant fan blades reduce the chance of a catastrophic failure a due to operational stress. The blades are not spot welded, but a bead runs the entirety of the blade.
Computerized balanced blades which reduces wear to engine bearings.
16 h.p. Briggs and Stratton Vanguard commercial duty engine (highly regarded as one of the most durable engines in its class), provides ample power to exceed production rates of any system in its class.
Powder- coated heavy gauge welded steel construction.
C: 20 inch diameter abrasion resistant, 3/16 blades with solid robotic welds, computer balanced. Turbo sonic / FC fan blade.
A: 6 input and output tubes for hose hook up.
12 volt Magnetron Electronic Ignition system
Easy access battery location for quick service and battery charging
Safety inlet and outlet guards to reduce occupational hazards
16 horse-power Briggs and Stratton Vanguard V twin engine with positive pressure lubrication.
Weight: 250 lbs.
Dimensions: 36 long x 30 wide x 48 high
1 year vacuum, 2 year engine
Re coil start back up
4 aluminum vacuum pick up tube with handles
Various combinations of hose lengths up to 150 ft. can be used effectively. Larger diameter hoses with shortest hose length allow for maximum production rates. Recommended 25 ft. x 6 dia. hose for exhaust, 125 ft. x 6 dia. hose reduced to 25 ft. x 4 dia. hose for maximum vacuum pick-up in the attic. See this article on our various recommended vacuum hose configurations (Minimal, Economy and Deluxe).