For more than 40 years Wieland has been specializing in the design and construction of Vacuum Cleaners, Dust Extraction Units, Stationary Vacuum Cleaning and Conveying Plants, Vacuum Loaders and Vacuum Pumps.
Wieland is world-wide the largest and certainly most experienced company in the highly specialized fields of Industrial Vacuum Cleaners and Vacuum Loaders. More than 110 employees in the production plant at Erlangen (Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany) and many subcontractors produce high quality products which are exported to all industrial countries and most strongest partners in same field like Brilliant engineering.
Wieland's product philosophy is based on the idea, that specialized products such as vacuum cleaners or vacuum loaders should be more than a combination of bought-in items. That is why all
10 years ago Wieland developed and installed the first high vacuum pumps by adding a venture cooling system to a proven Roots type pump, enabling it to run a continuous rated vacuum of up to 90% compared to the competitors 50%. This pump widely extended the field of application for vacuum loaders, as now heaviest and slurry-type suction material could be sucked over much longer distances without blockage.
Wieland employs specialists for the development of accessories. Even a good vacuum loader cannot get best results if only suction hoses and some straight suction tubes are supplied with the unit.
The operators require hoses and tools which enable them to use the performance of the unit in a normal upright working position. Looking at competitors' brochures, you will mostly see operators working with the suction hose without tools in a bent down position. Wieland supplies tools in different diameters, enabling operators to work long hours in a normal working position. Professional tools pay off!
Wieland units show many features you will find most positive when you see the units working on site. Most competitive booms on vacuum loaders are just designed to lift the hose up and down.
Wieland's booms offer a much wider working range and use additional hydraulic rotation. The boom will not swing to the lower side if the chassis is not at level. With a Wieland unit it's a simple remote