The Floorex® DustMaster® series dust extractors have been specially designed to handle demands of concrete preparation industry which has high loading fine dust. This is the H Class (or often referred to as Hepa) Dust extractor that is certified to handle Hazardous Dusts. These amazing dust collectors also can be used to control and collect wood dust in woodwork and carpentry industries.
Dust extraction in our industry is often more important than the actual grinding itself. Without it, we could breathe the fine dust which could be detrimental to our health.
Featuring Dual Motors, performance is ensured. The single tapered filter cartridge and a dust canister which has a volume of approximately 33 litres (approximately 55kg of concrete dust)
Performance is maintained by the Rotary Filter Cleaning System. This system is activated using the rotary switch on the control panel an it deep cleans the filter whist the vacuum motors are off, releasing the dust build up on the large single filter cartridge.
This Rotary Filter Cleaning System is very effective and takes only 10-20 seconds to perform the deep clean. You may never have to remove the filter to clean it again, keeping your job and your lungs cleaner!
The DustMaster vacuums have a single durable toggle switch for each motor meaning there is no electronics to give trouble.
This machine has been tested extensively and has proven to be reliable and rugged, and the main body construction is almost entirely made from quality steel which is powder coated or chrome plated ensuring it will last the distance.
One major advantage of the DustMaster® series dust extractors is that due to its unique filter cleaning system, it does not require the restriction of hoses to work effectively like many other designs.
This vacuum comes with no hose or floor tool. add your accessories as needed below
With an M Class PTFE filter, 99.95% DOP test, and a Secondary Filter to H13 99.99% DOP Test.
Warranty is 12 months covering manufacturer’s defects (does not cover brushes on the motor which have an estimated life of 600 hours)