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Tools for Silica Dust Collection

OSHA Silica Dust Regulations Will Be Enforced On 06/23/17. Are You Compliant?

OSHA's final rule to protect workers from exposure to respirable crystalline silica will be enforced as of June 23, 2017.

  • Reduces the permissible exposure limit to 50 MG/M3 or lower, average over an 8-hour shift
  • Requires employers to use engineering controls to limit worker exposure

Silica Dust Collection Tools

Control Silica Exposure in Construction with HEPA Filtration Dust Collection Systems from CS Unitec

Collect dust, concrete dust, drywall dust, coatings and more with CS Unitec power tools and vacuums. An industrial dust collection system will help protect workers from hazardous dust created when drilling, sawing, and grinding concrete, masonry and metal. Silica dust, paints, coatings and more can be extremely hazardous to operators.

For construction jobs using power tools, the best way to collect silica dust is by using a vacuum connected power tool. This system allows the silica dust to be collected at the source while the operator performs the task, offering additional protection to the operator.

Call us at 800-700-5919 to talk to a tool specialist or contact us with any questions.

 
Dust Collection Power Tools and Vacuum Systems

CS Unitec dust collection vacuums exceed the filtration efficiency of the OSHA regulation by crystalline silica.

Silica Dust Collection Systems & Vacuums


Surface Preparation Tools with Dust Collection

Hand-Held Saws for Concrete, Stone and Tile with Dust Collection


Concrete Drills with Dust Collection


Portable Mixing Machines with Dust Collection

Silica-Containing Materials Include:

  • Asphalt
  • Brick
  • Cement
  • Concrete
  • Concrete Block
  • Drywall
  • Fiber Cement Products
  • Grout
  • Gunite/Shotcrete
  • Mortar
  • Paints Containing Silica
  • Plaster
  • Refractory Mortar/Castables
  • Refractory Units
  • Rock
  • Roof Tile (Concrete)
  • Sand
  • Soil (including granite, limestone, quartzite, sandstone, shale, slate, cultured, etc.)
  • Stucco/EIFS
  • Terrazzo
  • Tile (Clay and Ceramic)

Safety Notice:

It is each company's responsibility to follow all OSHA, state and local safety regulations, including the capture and suppression of crystalline silica dust. For more information about OSHA's silica dust collection guidelines and regulations, visit the links below:

Please do not hesitate to call us with any questions at 800-700-5919.


 
 
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