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Husqvarna dust extractors, slurry vacuums, air scrubbers and pre-separators

Dust and slurry are created by cutting, drilling, grinding and demolishing concrete, brick and other hard construction materials. Dust and slurry contain hazardous materials and need to be removed in a safe and efficient way to protect you and your team from unhealthy dust exposure. In addition, keeping dust and slurry contained also reduces unnecessary wear and tear on equipment as well as minimizes the time needed to clean up after a job is finished.
Husqvarna is here to help. Our mission is to continually develop solutions to suppress dust and keep you and surrounding areas safer, all while maintaining or increasing productivity. We offer knowledge and guidance along with innovative equipment to work with you toward compliance of rules and regulations. Whether wet or dry jobs, we’ll make your workday easier – from start to finish.

Products

Dust extractors

  • T 18000

    967 66 36-01

    Phases
    3-ph
    Air requirement
    710 cfm
    Rated input power
    24.1 hp

  • T 10000

    967 66 37-01

    Phases
    3~
    Air requirement
    480 cfm
    Rated input power
    16.9 hp
    • Efficient filtration system
    • Easy and efficient filter cleaning
    • Durable design
    • Excellent stability and mobility

  • T 8600 Propane

    967 66 48-01

    Air requirement
    410 cfm

  • T 8600

    967 66 42-01

    Phases
    3~
    Air requirement
    353 cfm
    Rated input power
    11.5 hp

  • T 7500

    967 66 41-01

    Phases
    3-ph
    Air requirement
    353 cfm
    Rated input power
    10.1 hp
    • Efficient filtration system
    • Easy and efficient filter cleaning
    • Durable design
    • Excellent stability and mobility

  • S 36

    967 66 38-01

    Phases
    1~
    Air requirement
    285 cfm
    Rated input power
    3.2 hp
    • Efficient filtration system
    • Easy and efficient filter cleaning
    • Durable design
    • Easy to transport

  • S 26

    967 66 39-01

    Phases
    1~
    Air requirement
    258 cfm
    Rated input power
    3.2 hp
    • Efficient filtration system
    • Easy and efficient filter cleaning
    • Durable design
    • Easy to transport

  • S 13

    967 66 40-01

    Phases
    1~
    Air requirement
    129 cfm
    Rated input power
    1.6 hp
    • Efficient filtration system
    • Easy and efficient filter cleaning
    • Durable design
    • Easy to transport

  • DC 6000

    967 62 50-03

    Phases
    3 ph
    Air requirement
    406 cfm
    Rated input power
    10.33 hp
    • 95% separation of dust
    • High productivity
    • Low noise and clean working environment
    • Easy to use

  • DC 3300

    965 19 60-16

    Phases
    1 ph
    Air requirement
    325 cfm
    Rated input power
    4 hp
    • Efficient dust containment
    • Efficient vacuum units
    • Robust machine
    • Comprehensively tried and tested

Pre-separators

  • C 5500

    967 66 46-01

    • Durable design
    • Increased productivity
    • Clean and simple bag change

  • C 3000

    967 66 45-01

    • Durable design
    • Easy to transport
    • Increased productivity
    • Clean and simple bag change

Slurry vacuums

  • W 70 P

    967 66 47-01

    Phases
    1-ph
    Air requirement
    118 cfm
    Rated input power
    1.6 hp
    • Renowned durability
    • Reliable overfill shut-off
    • Extreme pumping pressure
    • Easy to transport

Air scrubbers

  • A 600

    967 66 44-01

    Phases
    1-ph
    Air requirement
    300/600 cfm
    Rated input power
    0.5 hp
    • Durable design
    • Warning lights and sound
    • High efficiency over time with two-stage air filtration
    • Easy to clean HEPA filter

  • A 1200

    967 66 43-01

    Phases
    1-ph
    Air requirement
    600/1200 cfm
    Rated input power
    0.8 hp
    • Durable design
    • Warning lights and sound
    • High efficiency over time with two-stage air filtration
    • Easy to clean HEPA filter

Recommended work methods for safe and efficient dust control

One of the best ways to control dust is by using water. If possible, use enough water while wet cutting/drilling to bind the dust with water directly at the source. A slurry collector can be attached to a slurry vac to keep the workplace clean. If using water is not an option on the site, the cutting/ drilling/grinding equipment should be used with an integrated dust collection device or tight-fitting dust shroud that captures dust directly at the source. This device should be connected to a dust extractor with the appropriate airflow and capacity for the application and also equipped with HEPA filters.
When cleaning the work area, use a scraper instead of a broom to sweep the floor. Always use a dust extractor equipped with HEPA filters when vacuum-cleaning. NOTE: Standard/household vacuum cleaners are not capable of catching respirable dust particles and should not be used for this purpose. As a complement, using one or more portable air cleaners/scrubbers, equipped with efficient HEPA filters, is an easy way to further reduce the level of respirable dust in the air, providing additional protection for all workers in the surrounding areas.

Handling the smallest dust particles is the biggest challenge

Dust particles hovering in the air at construction sites contain a number of different substances. Some of them can be harmful or irritating if inhaled, such as asbestos fibres, crystalline silica, mold,, soot, PCB and certain microbes. Dust from cutting, drilling or grinding concrete, brick and similar building materials contain crystalline silica, which is hazardous when very small (respirable) particles are inhaled. These respirable dust particles can penetrate deep into the lungs and cause disabling and sometimes fatal lung diseases.
These respirable dust particles are so small that they can hover in the air for hours, invisible to the naked eye. This is why it’s essential to always use work methods that catch dust at the source and prevent it from becoming airborne. Using high-quality professional dust control equipment, along with personal protective equipment that is efficient enough to catch even the smallest silica particles are some of the best ways to handle dust.

What is table 1?

Table 1 matches common construction tasks like concrete cutting, drilling, and grinding with recommended dust control methods, therefore employers know exactly what they need to do to limit worker exposure to silica. Per OSHA’s Fact Sheet, employers who follow Table 1 correctly are not required to measure workers’ exposure to silica and are not subject to the PEL.

WHAT EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH TABLE 1?

  • For wet applications, Table 1 typically specifies equipment with an integrated water delivery system for continuous water feed to the cutting tool. Example: The DEX system on a Husqvarna K 760 handheld power cutter connected to a Husqvarna WT 15 battery-powered water tank.
  • For dry applications, Table 1 typically specifies equipment with commercially available shroud, cowling or integrated dust collection system connected to a dust collector providing the air flow recommended by the tool manufacturer, or greater, having a filter with 99% or greater efficiency and a filter-cleaning mechanism. Example: A Husqvarna DM 220 handheld core drill connected to a Husqvarna S 26 HEPA dust extractor.
  • In some operations, respirators may also be needed.

ALL CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYERS COVERED BY THE STANDARD ARE ALSO REQUIRED TO:

  • Establish and implement a written exposure control plan, which identifies tasks that involve exposure and methods used to protect workers, including procedures to restrict access to work areas where high exposures may occur.
  • Designate a competent person to implement the written exposure control plan.
  • Restrict housekeeping practices that expose workers to silica where feasible alternatives are available.
  • Offer medical exams – including chest X-rays and lung function tests – every three years for workers who are required by the standard to wear a respirator for 30 or more days per year.
  • Train workers on work operations that result in silica exposure and ways to limit exposure.
  • Keep records of workers’ silica exposure and medical exams.

www.husqvarnacp.com/us/silica

With Husqvarna, you get access to guidance, knowledge and a broad range of powerful equipment and diamond tools for almost any type of job, all available in one place. You get a choice of systems designed around you, to help you work smarter and finish any job as quickly, efficiently and profitably as possible.

Our complete offering also includes a fully integrated range of highly efficient equipment for dust and slurry management, enabling you to comply with any rules and regulations without compromising your productivity.
By combining our expertise in concrete cutting, drilling and grinding with the foremost technology in dust and slurry management, Husqvarna has a unique ability to provide you with easy-to-use solutions. Handling the dust and slurry more efficiently means a better way of working.

Husqvarna T-line

3-phase hepa dust extractors for heavy-duty jobs

The Husqvarna T-line is developed for large-scale projects that demand substantial dust extraction. The machines can deal with materials that are difficult to handle, such as grinding dust and demolition materials in a wide variety of applications. The powerful motors deliver airflow efficiently for all types of floor grinding machines as well as for local or central vacuum systems in construction work.
The heavy-duty filter system collects the dust in three separate stages, from the heaviest to the finest dust particles, providing a large collecting capacity and a long filter life. Individually tested and certified HEPA filters required for respirable silica dust are fitted as standard. The Longopac® bag hose system ensures simple and safe dust bag changes.
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Husqvarna W-line

High performance slurry vacuums

The Husqvarna W-Line of slurry vacs are designed for the toughest jobs a slurry vacuum cleaner can handle. Where most wet/combi vacs can only handle water, W-line can manage liquids such as concrete slurry, oils and machining coolants. The renowned quality, durability, efficiency and long, trouble-free service life has earned the W-Line the status of a modern classic.
By using high quality stainless steel components, a unique combination of 3-stage filter system and a large-volume slurry float together with well-considered pump solutions, the W-line delivers uninterrupted, high capacity slurry evacuation all day long. W-Line can also handle occasional collecting of dry dust and can be equipped with an optional HEPA filter.
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Husqvarna S-line

Single-phase hepa dust extractors

The Husqvarna S-line consists of professional dust extractors designed to meet strict demands. These compact, lightweight machines are equipped with one, two or three powerful single-phase electric motors with separate cooling, capable of running continuously all workday. This makes them suitable for all construction, abatement and restoration jobs, as well as electric power tools.
The Jet Pulse cleaning of the conical main filter ensures that the dust is continuously collected throughout a full work day. the Longopac® collecting bag enables the machine to be emptied quickly and simply. All of the machines have been designed specifically for HEPA filters which are individually tested and certified. This results in superior and safe dust collection, even on fine sanding and gypsum dust.
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Husqvarna A-line

Portable air cleaners/scrubbers

The Husqvarna A-line includes some of the most advanced portable air scrubbers available on the market. They are tested and certified for use as both Air Scrubbers and Negative Air Machines, making them the ideal complement to your dust and slurry management equipment. They provide added workplace safety and aid in legal compliance. The compact design makes the units easy to move and transport.
Due to the safe filter system and a design that is perfectly matched to operation with HEPA filters, these air cleaners put out ISO 5 Class 100 Air, providing superior air quality – no matter if dealing with concrete dust, fine sanding dust or gypsum dust. For health and safety reasons, the number of air cleaners should be calculated so that the entire air volume on the worksite is filtered at least 6–8 times/hour.
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