May 1, 2015

Industrial cleaning made easy

Bosch has come a long way since its beginning. From the low voltage magneto ignition, to motor engineering, to refrigerators and power tools, Bosch has done it (almost) all. And today, they present a new dust cleaning system for construction and technical work.

When working, be it in structural work, renovation, refurbishment, or in inhabited interiors, as a professional, you are above all required to do a good, clean job, and leave no trace behind. Bosch brings you the "Click & Clean System", a dust extraction system that will not only clean the air and surrounding area, but also increase the lifetime of your tool and prevent damage resultant from dust in the motor. Adaptable to you tool, it will help work more continuously, more precisely, capitalizing your time, and furthermore, it spares your health. They come complete with an extraction hose, a tool adapter, a flat-pleated filter as well as extraction tubes, floor nozzles, an elbow connector, a crevice nozzle and disposal bags of different types. 

Choosing the right wet/dry dust extractor for a professional tradesperson depends primarily on the materials being worked on. Dust extractors are categorized by dust class as defined by the international standard EN / IEC 60335-2-69 Appendix AA. There are further specifications defined by each individual country as to which extractor class is necessary for which type of dust. This classification applies to the entire dust extraction system, not only the filter elements. Bosch dust extractors are certified for either L- or M-classified dust particles. This means that tools in class L are suitable for extracting softwood dusts like spruce, fir, or pine as well as Corian dust. Tools in class M are suitable for hard wood dusts like beech, oak and ash, as well as concrete dust containing quartz. Professional have this way adequate solutions for each type of situation encountered.

Working with dust can bring you various health issues, such as acne, dermatitis and skin cancer. Inhalable dust (e.g. welding vapors, quartz powder and asbestos) can lead to asthma, asbestosis, cancer, COPD and pneumoconiosis. These are all possibilities to take in consideration, thus making dust a serious danger for every professional. The professional Click & Clean System from Bosch enables you to comply with statutory regulations and protect your health.

Several tests have been conducted to measure the efficiency and reliability of the Bosh Click&Clean Systems. Measurements were taken with and without a dust extraction system under otherwise unaltered conditions. Thanks to the regular cleaning of the flat-pleated filter, the Bosch wet and dry dust extractors with automatic filter cleaning (AFC) offer a high volume flow rate for excellent extraction results – even when large amounts of material are taken in. The flat-pleated filter can take over 500 kg of dust, which is the equivalent of more than 27 full canisters, without a noticeable loss of performance. Due to the optimum automatic filter cleaning and the long lifetime of the flat-pleated filters, they do not have to be changed until large amounts of material have been extracted, which saves you time and money.

So, as you can see, Click&Clean by Bosch will help you in a panoply of issues related to dust from construction work. It will help and assist you in working more effectively, simply because you won't have to stop working to clean the site, wait for the dust to settle, nor spend too much time cleaning afterwards, because half the work will be done already.

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