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Portable Dust Bagger is durable and maneuverable.

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January 20, 2014 - Constructed of 12 gauge steel and powder coated to prevent rust, Revolution 360 Bagger features bagging system, five 2 in. non-marking casters, and 360 glide design that lets user grab and go from any direction. Empty valve system enables dumping of dust and debris without turning off vacuum. Likewise, 15 mil OSHA-approved resealable bag can be removed and replaced in <2 min. Resealable Ziploc-tied bags keep dust inside bag, and system can be fitted with any Pulse-BacĀ® 1000 series vacuum.

CDCLarue Industries, Inc.

7 West 40th St, Sand Springs, OK, 74063, USA

Original Press Release

New Dust Control Equipment

Press release date: January 16, 2014

CDCLarue Revolution 360 Bagger is strong, durable and maneuverable. Made of 12 gauge steel and powder coated to prevent rust, this new bagger allows the user to grab and go from any direction, the 360 glide design dances around corners and through doorways.

Equipped with our patented bagging system, the Revolution Bagger easy to use empty valve system allows you to dump dust and debris with out ever turning off the vacuum. In less than two minutes the user can remove the 15 Mil. OSHA approved resealable bag and replace it with a new one with out ever turning off the vacuum; no other vacuum can do that. Unlike baggers that use longo pacs that require you to tear them off and tie them, causing dust to spill on to the floor or into the air, our resealable Ziploc tied bags keep the dust inside the bag, off the floor and out of the air.

The Revolution bagger is lightweight and easy to transport and can be fitted with any Pulse-BacĀ® 1000 series vacuum model. Equipped with 5, two inch non-marking casters, the Revolution bagger can be scooted across any floor surface with ease.

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