Cleanup time bites the dust
Sept. 8, 2009 – The new Hilti TE DRS-B Dust Removal System lets contractors spend more time working and less time doing non-productive prep and cleanup duties.
Sept. 8, 2009 – The new Hilti TE DRS-B Dust Removal System lets contractors spend more time working and less time doing non-productive prep and cleanup duties. Clipping easily onto all recent Hilti demolition hammers and combihammers, the TE DRS-B reduces the operator’s exposure to fine dust while increasing productivity. Time previously spent setting up plastic walls or ventilation for dust containment can now be spent getting the job accomplished more quickly and cleanly.
|Hilti TE DRS-B Dust Removal System
Ideal for demolition, surface renovation, excavation and many other breaking applications that generate dust, the TE DRS-B quickly assembles to the tool through a simple belt clip, with no screwdriver needed. Throughout the demolition process, the TE DRS-B captures both heavy and fine dust and whisks it away to a powerful Hilti vacuum for a cleaner working environment and increased productivity.
Two exclusive features on the TE DRS-B help ensure efficient operation. A unique inner ring prevents the intake of large pieces of concrete or other materials that could block the system. A two-chamber air-flushing system not only collects dust from the working surface, but also removes dust from the end of the chuck, helping to keep the tool clean.
The Hilti TE DRS-B does not require excessive assembly. The system works easily and effectively with Hilti combihammers (TE 50, TE 56, TE 60, TE 70, and TE 80) as well as Hilti Breakers (TE 500, TE 706-AVR, TE 805, and TE 905-AVR), so the operator can choose the proper tool for the job. For durability, the TE DRS-B is made with long-lasting rubber that provides long service life under rugged working conditions. For additional quality assurance, the TE DRS-B is backed by Hilti Lifetime Service, a unique service agreement that includes two years of no-cost coverage.
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