Blastrac® Adds Product to Dust Collector Line
August 3rd, 2011
Category: Concrete Dust Collectors
Blastrac has just added a heavy-duty dust collection system that is remarkably quiet and designed for multi-purpose uses. Built mainly of durable steel, the BDC-1330DBP is tough, damage resistant and constructed for professional use. Even the size of this machine is impressive. Standing at just under 6 foot with a weight of 280 lbs., this powerful industrial vacuum is perfect for contractors who must utilize a dust collection system to satisfy environmental concerns. The Blastrac BDC-1330DBP offers high performance with relatively low energy consumption. Numerous features and benefits are available with the BDC-1330DBP. Top panel includes: filter indicator lights, emergency stop button, indicator lights that show low compressor pressure, maximum level vacuumed and main, second, and third motor start/stop indicators. Also included is a electrical overload safety. With a quick release-and-attach dust bin that easily dismounts for debris disposal with a capacity of 143 lbs. Easily replaced filters ensure long life through the fully automatic, air pulsed cleaning system. Ergonomic design offers great maneuverability with large wheels and two swiveling/locking casters. To find out more about the Blastrac BDC-1330DBP visit www.blastrac.com or call 800.256.3440 and talk to one of Blastrac’s customer service representatives.
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