Extractors that don’t just gather dust

Festool has been known for its extractors, and its entire dust extraction range for many years. The German manufacturer offers a variety of clever solutions for many needs to optimise workflows and ideally organise workplaces. The remote control with Bluetooth® module enables users to control their Festool extractors wirelessly. This saves you a trip toContinue reading “Extractors that don’t just gather dust”

The best of both worlds

Clever organisation and time saving at the workplace. The new Festool Sortainer3 offers lots of space and provides a perfect overview of accessories and small parts. And to make transport simple, Sortainer³ products can be seamlessly integrated into the bott vario3 vehicle system. From a stationary workshop to the place of use, Systainer³ products improveContinue reading “The best of both worlds”

The NEW FestoolPLANEX M Sander

The PLANEX LHS 2 M is the most versatile of Festool’s long-reach sanders.Ready to go in next to no time: Simply unpack it from the handy carrying bag, switch it on and get to work. The eccentric sanding motion produces a high surface quality on walls and ceilings with the greatest of ease… Whether workingContinue reading “The NEW FestoolPLANEX M Sander”

Tactical extraction

Festool’s 18-volt range now includes new cordless extractors for a healthy and dust-free working environment. The cordless extractors, in the Systainer format for dust classes L and M, will bring even more portability and freedom to the 18-volt system – and less dust!The new cordless Systainer extractors offer maximum mobility and freedom with minimal weightContinue reading “Tactical extraction”

Portable power sucks

Makita’s VC001GL and VC003GL dust extractors deliver impressive output that is equivalent to corded alternatives. Both machines can house two XGT 40VMax batteries so that when the first battery runs out of charge the second one automatically kicks in, plus the VC001GL and VC003GL have large tank capacities of 8-litres and 15-litres respectively, preventing theContinue reading “Portable power sucks”