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M Class Dust Extraction Unit

  • Wet/Dry Capability
  • Strong Vacuum
  • Automatic Filter Cleaning System
  • Blockage Warning
  • Ideal When Grinding, Sawing & Drilling
  • Essential Equipment On Site
  • Save 65% on Average UK Price
  • Hire for DIY or Trade

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  • M Class Dust Extractor Hire

    Essential site equipment when cutting, grinding, sanding & sawing

    Our M class dust extraction units are key pieces of equipment when working on site and in workshops, for safely vacuuming the dust produced by power tools such as saws, drills, sanders, wall chasers and more. Inhaling the dust produced when cutting into brickwork, wood and other materials can cause real harm to your health; but with their strong suction rate, power take off capacity and heavy duty filter, these wet/dry dust extraction units make the work area safe from this harmful dust. These lightweight dust extractors feature M-class fine filters for wood, MDF and metal materials and M-class H&S requirements for wood applications. They are capable of extracting 99.9% of dust with limit value for occupational exposure 0.1 mg/m³. They also have an automatic filter cleaning system and a blockage warning, which alerts you if the airflow drops below the minimum required level for effective dust extraction. These dust extraction units have an auto-start feature which works in conjunction with the power tools. This means that when a power tool is plugged into the wet/dry dust extractor, the extractor will turn on when the power tool is operated and turn off slightly after the power tool has finished being operated, to allow for any excess dust to be removed from the hose. You can book an M Class dust extractor hire online or over the phone with our hire team and collect from your local depot or we can deliver to you.

    M Class dust extractors are the minimum legal requirement set by HSE for use on site. For more information on dust safety, take a look at HSE Guidance on Construction Dust and HSE publication CIS69 on controlling construction dust with on-tool extraction.

    Please note: Or dust extractors are 110v pieces of equipment so a transformer and 110v extension leads will be required to use them with standard 240v domestic mains power supply. We can supply these as accessories during checkout.

  • Based On: Makita 447M M Class Wet & Dry Dust Extraction Unit / Vacuum Cleaner
    Power: 110 Volt
    Tank Capacity: 24l
    Max Air Volume: 3.1m³/min
    Max Sealed Suction: 23kPa
    Dimensions (L x W x H): 506mm x 476mm x 655mm
    Input Wattage: 2750W
    Power Take Off Wattage: 1750W
    Weight: 16.6kg

    Please note: This product description and specification is based on the model most widely stocked across our network of partner stores. Alternative brands of equivalent specification may be supplied based on location and availability.

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    Dust Extraction Unit

    Supresses & Removes Work Dust

    • Compact & Lightweight
    • DIY or Professional Use
    • Strong Vacuum
    • Ideal When Grinding, Sawing & Drilling
    • Prevents Dust Becoming Airborne
    • Reduces Mess & Improves Safety
    from £64.51

       DIY & Trade
       Save 42%
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      Click & Collect: 526 Locations

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