Concrete cutting or core drilling with limited or no access to water?

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Emma Morgan asked 1 year ago

How do I suppress the dust when concrete cutting or core drilling on a site that has limited or no access to water?

 

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Emma Morgan answered 1 year ago

The Makinex Hose2Go provides you with a constant pressure water supply.

 

It’s a highly portable water supply unit that goes where you need it to and as you can see in the attached video, you don’t need a huge water flow to suppress the dust or keep your blades cool.

 

 

 

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