The accessories of the extraction systems are necessary for completing the systems or the single products in order to be able to house the tools and the connecting flexible hoses.
Using this equipment makes using the extraction systems comfortable and productive. it also enhances health and safety at work because the supports dedicated to the flexible hoses and the tools ensure that they are positioned correctly at the end of work.
The difference lies in the details and the added value that these minor accessories can create in use of a system, whether great or small … is beyond price!
Guillotine valve, diam. 50 mm
Curved adaptor for IAS3 system of flexible hoses for dust extraction
Straight adaptor for IAS3 system of flexible hoses for dust extraction
Orbital dry sanding tool,10000 rpm,with 6 mm orbit and 150 mm backing pad, outlet diam 29 mm, for...
Hose, 5 mt long, diam. 29 mm, for electric dry sanding tools
Hose, 5 mt long, diam. 29 mm, with compressed air hose for pneumatic dry sanding tools
Cleaning kit with 3 mt hose, diam. 38 mm, and set of nozzles and brushes
Structure for suspension of flexible hoses to be applied to the DMOB2 trolley-mounted unit.
Metal guard for positioning recessed panels also on cement walls
Wall panel with support for orbital dry sanding tool and hose-holding bracket
Metal support for supporting hoses and dry sanding tools that is positionable on the DTE satellites
Wall guard for fixing DTE wall satellites to wall
Y piece, diam 50 mm, 2 diam, 29 mm with 1 closing cap
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