Corded dust extractors plug into an outlet near machinery and power tools to collect dust from cutting, sanding, and grinding operations. They are commonly used in workshops, factories, and other locations with an electric power source and don't require downtime for recharging like cordless extractors. Dust extractors draw in dust as it's produced by machinery to help prevent dust from becoming airborne or accumulating on floors, surfaces, and tools.
Slurry vacuums suction up the mix of water and dust generated by concrete cutting, drilling, grinding, and sawing. They handle slurries, which are typically too heavy for standard wet/dry vacuums. Slurry vacuums help prevent hazardous dust from becoming airborne and keep slurry from clogging drains and entering sewage systems.
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