Best Dust Extractor-I am especially interested in instruments that improve my efficiency and productivity for job site usage. This saves time and money for me, and it’s durable and reliable.
When it comes to Dust Extractors I look for models that are light enough to carry from the truck to the worksite. And up and down flights of stairs. In addition, I want a long power cord, low noise levels, power tool activation, fast and simple dust bag replacement. And, of course, ample storage capacity.
Makita DVC863LZ 36V Li-Ion LXT L-Class Dust Extractor
Makita DVC863LZ 36V LXT Brushless L-Class Dust Extractor Body can be easily moved on four casters. Weighing just 8.4kg with two batteries installed. The sturdy housing includes a removable storage box and has large bumper moldings to protect sidewalls and surfaces.
It’s also suitable for processes involving mica, china clay, gypsum. This extractor moves easily to four casters with clip-down locks on the rear pair to stabilize the extractor.
Makita Dust Extraction Performance
We used this vacuum for a couple of different projects, and it worked really well. Since it was a closed area, we hooked it up to keep the air clean. We also tested a few rotary hammers and vacuum grinders. During these tests, we hooked up the dust system and did a terrific job of collecting the concrete dust.
For any task that produces a lot of fine dust – sanding in particular – the flow of dust through the hose generates static electricity that needs to be discharged. Touch the hose, and you can get a bad shock, not lethal, but startling. We hope that this head-to-head tool testing that we have developed will clear up some confusion on the Dust Extractor.
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