Husqvarna Vacuums and Dust Extractors
- Husqvarna W70 Wet and Slurry Vacuum - 110V Electric£1,332.00 £1,110.00
- Husqvarna C5500 Industrial Pre-Separator - 110V Electric£1,860.00 £1,550.00
- Husqvarna DC6000 Dust Extractor - 3 Phase Electric£11,400.00 £9,500.00
- Husqvarna T10000 Dust Extractor - 3 Phase Electric£13,140.00 £10,950.00
Dust extractors are tested internationally according to three standards: Low, Medium and High. Husqvarna dust extractors meet the High-Classification standard (EN-60335-2-69), so their S11, S26, S36 and T7500 models are all H classified.
H-Classification complies with the most stringent quality levels, requiring a filtration efficiency of 99.995% distributing particle sizes of less than 1mm. Husqvarna machines have been demonstrated to achieve more than 99.99% efficiency with particle sizes of 0.3mm
The Highest international standard also requires dust-free handling.
Husqvarna’s trademarked Longopac dust collection bag system ensures that the dust does not become airborne, either during operation or when changing the bag.
HEPA filters are High Efficiency Particulate Air filters. The HEPA standard (EN 1822-1) is denominated into levels on a scale between E10 and H14. H13, the level that Husqvarna applies, means separation of 99.95% of the particles between 0.15 and 0.30μm in size. A micrometre (μm) is 0.001% of a millimetre, so 1000μm = 1mm.
HEPA 13, or H13 is classed as high efficiency, with just 0.05% particulate penetration.
Husqvarna S-Line Dust Extractors
Husqvarna's S-Line of professional dust extractors are compact and lightweight, and capable of several hours of continuous operation. The 110V Husqvarna S11, S13 and S26 models are suitable for construction and restoration work such as floor grinding and drilling.
Husqvarna T-Line Dust Extractors
Large-scale dust extraction projects require Husqvarna's T-Line of H13 dust extractors. Models such as the T7500 use 3-phase power to provide substantial dust extraction for demolition and construction projects.
The heavy duty filtration handles the dust in three stages, dependent on the size of the particles.