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Latest products Comprehensive HSC line-up

Recently added to the range of dust extraction and suppression equipment from Hire Supply Co (HSC) is a Nilfisk M-Class wet or dry extraction unit. The Attix 33-2M model is described as having an innovative filtration system and a robust design to withstand professional usage. Also available is the Pullman Ermator range of Hepa-grade dust extraction

vacuums and air scrubbers which HSC, in partnership with Pullman, distributes. The S13 model has a capacity of 200m³ per hour, and is designed to provide continuous operation without interruption from clogged filters. It can be connected to tools such as angle grinders, drills and saws, as well as smaller edge and floor grinders. The S26 model can be used with small floor grinders, scarifiers, saws and shot blasters, and for general construction dust removal. Both machines are equipped with a ‘drop- down’ disposal system with collection in either single-use plastic bags or Longopac bags that can be adapted to the required length. The Pullman range

of air scrubbers extends from the

A600, which has a capacity of 600cfm/1,000m³ per hour, to the A1200 (1,200cfm/2,000m³ per hour), again certified to the Hepa filtration standard. They can be used during construction tasks in smaller areas like bathrooms and kitchens, and offer two speeds, a daisy-chaining option, hour meter and warning lights to indicate a clogged filter or air leakage. HSC’s line-up also includes the Elite dust suppression reservoir, a 14-litre

water system. It has a reinforced base for durability and a spring-loaded support to protect the hose from being bent over and splitting in use. It attaches to a cut-off saw via a standard hose connection.

0845 309 0707 Intelligence from Diaquip

Diaquip says its QHS-350 wet and dry 14in-diameter electric hand saw has been built to withstand hire industry usage. The tool incorporates the manufacturer’s

Intelligent Power Management System which is designed to match the motor’s power output to the task in hand. It also has a dust control system to collect particles when dry cutting.

35 Being electrically operated, the tool does away with fumes and

fuel costs, and there is also no pull cord to maintain. Diaquip says that the QHS-350 has aroused considerable interest amongst a number of hirers since it was exhibited at the Executive Hire Show in February.

0161 406 0609

More Makita additions

Makita’s new DSC250 18V LXT steel rod cutter has a brushless motor and weighs only 4kg with the battery fitted. It is designed to cut through 25mm steel bar and the material guide block is heavy-duty fluorescent material for accurate placement. Dust covers protecting the motor air intake are removable for cleaning and a dust bag is provided to catch any swarf. The tool is fitted with the manufacturer’s automatic torque

drive technology (ADT) which changes the cutting speed according to the load condition. The company’s M-Class VC4210M dust extractor has been

updated with the motor, control module and main filter now placed higher into the upper body housing to increase the tank’s working capacity. This enables a 30-litre disposable bag to be filled and, for wet suction, the tank will hold 29 litres before an automatic fluid level valve shuts off the motor. Available in 110V and 240V modes, there are three variants: 110V models with and without power take-off to drive integrated power tools, and a 240V machine with power take-off. Maximum airflow has been increased to 4.5m³ per minute, and the airflow is reversed automatically at regular intervals to clean the filters. Also new is the HR166D 10.8V brushless rotary hammer

drill, which has a similar appearance to its 18V counterpart but is a third smaller in overall dimensions. The tool can run at up to 680rpm and generates up to 4,800 impacts per minute. Delivering 1.1 joules of impact energy, it can make a 16mm hole in concrete, 13mm in wood and 10mm in steel.

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