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COATINGSPRO EQUIPMENT 2018 23 23 VENDOR TEAM Hilti 7250 Dallas Pkwy., Ste. 1000 Plano, TX 75024 (800) 879-8000 Indian Valley Industries 5 Pine Camp Dr. Binghamton, NY 13904 (800) 659-5111 Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp. N7959 Birch Rd. Ixonia, WI 53036 (800) 331-4832 Makinex Construction Products 811 N Catalina Ave., Ste. 1310 Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (855) 625-4639 Marco 3425 E Locust St. Davenport, IA 52803 (800) 252-7848 MES Rentals 819 Anita St. Chula Vista, CA 91911 (888) 281-2643 Mi-T-M 50 Mi-T-M Dr. Peosta, IA 52068 (563) 556-7484 Montipower, Inc. 7677 Coppermine Dr. Manassas, VA 20109 (703) 396-8777 MONTI Tools Inc. 10690 Shadow Wood Dr., Ste. 113 Houston, TX 77043 (832) 623-7970 Nour 637 Colby Dr. Waterloo, ON N2V 1B4 Canada (800) 686-6687 The Paul Gardner Co. 316 NE First St. Pompano, FL 33060 (954) 946-9454 Polygon US Corp. 15 Sharpners Pond Rd. North Andover, MA 01845 (800) 422-6379 Polyurethane Machinery Corp. One Komo Dr. Lakewood, NJ 08701 (732) 415-4400 Purdy by Sherwin-Williams Co. 101 Prospect Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115 (800) 547-0780 RBW Enterprises, Inc. 136 Hillwood Cir. Newnan, GA 30263 (770) 251-8989 Robert Bosch Tool Corp. 1800 W Central Rd. Mt. Prospect, IL 60056 (224) 232-2000 Safespan 252 Fillmore Ave. Tonawanda, NY 14150 (800) 368-4010 Seymour Midwest P.O. Box 1674 Warsaw, IN 46581 (800) 558-4772 Throughout the prep stage, contractors also need to be aware of what they may be adding to the jobsite. Vacuums, such as those from Industrial Vacuum, can remove dust and other debris. Contractors may occasionally need larger tools. Some offerings in this area are autonomous. Some, such as Graco's EcoQuip line, use water for blasting. Some offer more than one option within the same piece of equipment. Proper Tools has long been linked to respiratory diseases. And besides the obvious need to protect workers themselves, often combined with the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as respirators, many jobsites are in locations where the general population may need protection as well. Fortunately, quality vacuum and dust collection systems can reduce or eliminate many of these contami- nants. Hilti recently expanded its portfolio of universal vacuum cleaners w ith seven different models ranging from 125 cfm to 300 cfm (3.5 to 8.5 m³/min.). T hese vacuums offer power and f lexibility, allow ing for a clean sweep of dust regardless of jobsite conditions. T his helps contrac- tors reduce dust exposure, increase productivity, and comply w ith respirable cr ystalline silica dust regulations. T he vacuums are ideal for dust extraction from grinding, cutting, slitting, drilling and dr y coring tools, removal of slurr y during wet coring applications, and cleaning wet and dr y, according to the company. Designed w ith robust housing, wheels, and accessories, even empty ing the tank and changing filters is simplified. For smaller jobs, the portable PDC-2500 from Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp. could be an economical choice. e company, which offers an extensive line of dust collec- tion equip- ment, says the product features a three-stage filtration system, multi- ple power option, and

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