Concrete Products

MAY 2017

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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20 • May 2017 GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS OSHA SILICA RULE MILWAUKEE TOOL Company is extending its Dust Extraction System, anchored by M12 Hammervac Universal Dust Extractor introduced in 2012. With the launch of an 8-Gallon Dust Extractor and accessories, the company's full lineup of rotary hammers and grinders are compliant through either OSHA silica rule Table 1 or Objective Data Requirements. The 8-Gallon Dust Extractor features an automatic filter cleaning mechanism to allow for sustained airflow at 148 cfm in dust-producing applications. The Extractor's dual filtration system (complete with HEPA filter) captures 99.97 percent of all particles greater than 0.3 microns. For SDS Max hammers, there is a new dust extraction attachment for drilling holes up to 2-3/4-in. in diameter and a chisel boot for chipping applications. Also available are new cutting shrouds that work with the Extractor to maximize dust collection during con- crete cutting with grinders. The accessories join current lineup of Hammervac-dedicated and universal extractors, billed as the most complete system of cordless, battery-powered dust extraction solutions in the industry. — Milwaukee Tool, Brook- field, Wis., 800/SAWDUST; B F K C O N C R E T E R E C L A I M E R S Toll-Free (US): 888-235-8235 | Tel: (920) 894-1113 | Email: sales@bŅ They Simply Work!™ Check out "The BFK Difference" at BFKTECH.COM So simple you can install, operate and maintain it yourself without the need of a factory technician! BFK harnesses the power of Gravity to tumble the rock downhill, out of the mix, before the sand is rinsed and dewatered, all in one compact machine. Since 1997 Concrete Reclaimers Washout Systems Water Handling & Treatment Flocculants & Flocc Feeders Filter Presses Custom Design & Layout

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