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Dust Collectors

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Dust Collectors

  On average, dust collectors rent 14.8 days for:

$110/mo

For 60 months
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  • $110

    Min
  • $110

    Max

$130/mo

For 48 months
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  • $130

    Min
  • $130

    Max

$162/mo

For 36 months
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  • $162

    Min
  • $162

    Max

$326.00

Per Week
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  • $225

    Min
  • $450

    Max

$70.00

Per Day
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  • $70

    Min
  • $70

    Max
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Features of dust collectors

Some of the collectors have tanks that hold the dust, while others have bags. The standard dust tanks will require that you empty the container as soon as it gets full. The continuous bag systems have a simple one-step disposal that can make things easier. Many of the collectors work with concrete, while some can work for other types of dust, such as for woodworking applications. Most of the dust collectors available are capable of capturing the majority of the dust in the air and on the floor.

When you rent or lease one of these dust collectors, you need to think about a number of factors. First, you need to think about the size of the dust collector and the room or area where you will need to collect the concrete dust. You want it to be capable of taking in all of the dust in the location where you are polishing and getting your flooring ready. In addition, think about the weight. Most of the time, when choosing a collector for floor polishing, you will want to make sure that the capacity is less than 50 pounds, otherwise it can be cumbersome to empty. Depending on the size of the project and how often you have to empty, this could become a problem.

Some of the collectors have tanks that hold the dust, while others have bags. The standard dust tanks will require that you empty the container as soon as it gets full. The continuous bag systems have a simple one-step disposal that can make things easier. Many of the collectors work with concrete, while some can work for other types of dust, such as for woodworking applications. Most of the dust collectors available are capable of capturing the majority of the dust in the air and on the floor.
 

Dust Collector Manufacturers

Some of the companies that make dust collectors include Kufo Seco, Eastwood, ALC, and Cyclone. Take your time when choosing the collector and look at all of the features they offer to make the right choice. Choose the collector that will work for your particular projects.

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