Dust Extractors are a job site essential. They are designed to keep you safe from harmful dust and debris when drilling whilst keeping the work area clean. This Toolstop Review gives you a first look at the Dewalt DCV586 M Class Dust Extractor and its main features/benefits.
Dust Extractors are a job site essential. They are desinged to keep you safe from harmful dust and debris when drilling whilst keeping the work area clean. This Toolstop Review gives you a first look at the Dewalt DCV586 M Class Dust Extractor and its main features/benefits.
First Look at the DCV586 Dewalt Cordless Dust Extractor
This new DCV586 54V Flexvolt Wet and Dry Dust Extractor from Dewalt isn’t just a pretty face. It does all manner of clean up jobs as well as being compatible with your T-STAK storage products. It will work from the 54 volt Flexvolt batteries for massive power and with a 2000 watt brushless motor performance is 2nd to none.
And don’t forget this dust extractor is M-Class rated so less than 0.1% dust escapes through the filter.
What else does it boast? Well, the 4mm reinforced polypropylene plastic casing makes this a high impact, drop resistant, increased durability and jobsite tough vacuum. There are heavy-duty metal clips which give you quick and easy access to the filter and tank.
Dewalt M Class Dust Extractor Review
This machine will appeal to many trades including the following:
- General builders
- General contractors
- Flooring contractors
- Onsite contractors
- and many more
The DCV586 Dewalt Dust Extractor also has a host of applications for dust extraction when working on wood, concrete or masonry such as:
- Wall Chasing
- Diamond Drilling
- Hardwood Dust Applications
- Sanding, Routing, Sawing
- Concrete Floor Grinding
- Mortar Raking
- Drywall Sanding
- SDS-Plus & SDS-Max Extraction Systems
- Jobsite clean up
However, the jewel in the crown of this Dewalt Dust Extractor is that it can be activated remotely by simply pressing the supplied key fob which would normally be attached to the vacuum’s hose, or to your finger. When you press the key fob the vacuum will start up or stop which will save you valuable time traipsing back and forwards. Basically, you control the dust extractor while you’re operating the tool.
Here’s a video showing how it works: