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Nantong Jianfeng Machinery Co., Ltd. is a professional engaged in research and development, production, management of pharmaceutical and food machinery, science and technology enterprises. Founded in 1984, covers an area of 12000 squaremeters,construction area of 6000 square meters, with annual sales of more than 25 milion . With the professional design, R&D, manufacturing and installaton and commissioning team, has developed into a certain scale pharmaceutica supplier.

As China Industrial Vacuum Manufacturers and Industrial Vacuum Factory, Jianfeng Machinery has constantly transformation in recent years, product innovation, independent R & D and production of Cotton Stuffing Machine, Counting & bagging machine, Automatic machine for cotton ball, multifunctional labeling machine, capping(pressing) machine and etc,. In 2015 had passed the CE, ISO product certification, 2016 went on and certified 7 utility model patent issued by the State Property Bureau. We have been favored by customers with professional technology, high-quality products, professional manufacturing processes, outstanding management and intimate service, and won wide domestic and foreign markets.

We are located in Wujia industrial park, Tongzhou district .Nantong cityJiangsu province. Close to Shanghai, superior position and convenient trafic. ln this area full of opportunities, customers needs are the foundation of our survival and meeting customers needs is the driving force of our development. By holding the business philosophy of “customer centered, serving customers whole-heartedly” and sticking to the principle of “advanced technology ,elaborate manufacturing,truth-seeking and pragmatism, considerate service” ,our company provides high quality products and sincere service for customers. Our survival and development space will become wider only through continously innovating and surpassing ourselves.


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    High-tech Enterprises
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    Induction Sealer Certificate
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    Inserting Machine Certificate
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    Capping Machine Certificate
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    Bottle Unscrambler Machine Certificate
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    Labeling Machine CE Certificate


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Industrial Vacuum

Key Components and Functionality of Industrial Vacuum
Industrial vacuum systems consist of intricately designed components that work synergistically to provide efficient cleaning solutions for diverse industrial settings. The primary component of these systems is the suction unit, equipped with powerful motors capable of generating substantial suction force. These motors are often engineered with advanced technologies, such as variable-speed drives, ensuring adaptability to different cleaning requirements. Precision-engineered nozzles and attachments are crucial components that enhance the efficiency of industrial vacuum systems. These specialized tools allow operators to target specific areas, capturing dust and debris with precision. The flexibility in nozzle design caters to various industrial applications, ranging from large-scale warehouse floors to intricate machinery. Filters play a critical role in maintaining the performance and longevity of industrial vacuum systems. Advanced filtration technologies, including High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, electrostatic filters, and multi-stage filtration systems, ensure that even the smallest particles are effectively captured. This not only prevents the release of contaminants back into the air but also protects the vacuum system itself from damage caused by particulate matter. Collection chambers or bins are where the extracted materials accumulate. These chambers are designed for easy removal and disposal, minimizing downtime during maintenance. Some advanced systems may also incorporate features such as self-cleaning mechanisms for filters and automated emptying systems, further streamlining the cleaning process.

Applications Across Industries of Industrial Vacuum
The versatility of industrial vacuum systems is evident in their widespread applications across various industries. In manufacturing facilities, these systems efficiently remove metal shavings, powders, and other production by-products, ensuring a clean and safe workspace. Warehouses benefit from the ability of industrial vacuums to handle large floor areas and manage diverse types of debris, including packaging materials and dust. Construction sites utilize industrial vacuum systems to control the spread of dust generated during cutting, grinding, and drilling operations. The pharmaceutical industry relies on these systems to maintain the strict cleanliness standards necessary for production, ensuring a contamination-free environment for pharmaceutical manufacturing processes. Food processing plants use industrial vacuum technology to address hygiene and safety concerns, removing food particles and contaminants from processing equipment and floors. The adaptability of these systems to handle both wet and dry materials makes them indispensable in environments where spills and liquid waste are common.

Advancements in Filtration Technologies
One of the pivotal advancements in industrial vacuum technology lies in the evolution of filtration systems. Traditional filters are being replaced by more advanced technologies to address the growing need for higher efficiency and improved air quality. HEPA filters, with their ability to capture particles as small as 0.3 microns, have become a standard feature in modern industrial vacuum systems. These filters are particularly crucial in industries where airborne contaminants pose health risks. Electrostatic filters use electrostatic charges to attract and capture particles, enhancing filtration efficiency and extending filter life. Multi-stage filtration systems are another notable advancement, combining different types of filters to address various particle sizes and types. This approach ensures that industrial vacuum systems can effectively capture a wide range of contaminants, from coarse dust to fine particulate matter. The integration of smart sensors and monitoring systems enhances the efficiency of filtration. These sensors can detect the level of contamination in filters, triggering automated cleaning processes or alerting operators when maintenance is required. The result is not only improved performance but also reduced operational costs by optimizing filter replacement schedules and preventing unnecessary downtime.