Air Cleaner Hose attachment reaches up to 25 ft.

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Flexible hose attachment for TM 1000 TaskMaster Air Cleaner is available in 15 or 25 ft lengths to reach across obstacles or into tight areas. Attachment is suitable for use where capturing airborne pollutants in difficult places is necessary, including cutting, welding, and grinding applications. Hose attachment also includes removable hood. Other attachments include downdraft table, dual articulated arms, single articulated arms, and backdraft hood.




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New Long Reach Flex Hose for Micro Air® TaskMaster Air Cleaner



A new long reach flexible hose attachment is now available for the new TM 1000 TaskMaster Air Cleaner from Micro Air® Clean Air Systems. The flexible hose is available in 15' or 25' lengths to reach across obstacles or into tight areas, the new attachment also includes a removable hood. The flex hose attachment is ideal for any situation where capturing airborne pollutants in difficult places is necessary, including cutting, welding and grinding.

Other attachments are available for the TaskMaster including a downdraft table, dual articulated arms, single articulated arms and a backdraft hood. A simple "Lift-Off' attachment connection allows the operator to easily switch the flex hose attachment with other TaskMaster Air Cleaner attachments, no tools are necessary.

The new TM 1000 TaskMaster offers shop and plant air cleaning versatility unlike any other portable on the market, eliminating the need to buy a different air cleaner for each application or work area. It utilizes 120V or optional 208/230V-460V for maximum efficiency and portability, a powerful 1,000 cfm motor-blower assembly, a small 25 1/2" x 32 1/2" footprint, dual cartridges cleaned with the exclusive Roto-Pulse(TM) high efficiency cartridge cleaning system, and a wide range of filter options.

Micro Air, P.O. Box 1138, Wichita, KS 67201,
(316) 943-2351, FAX (316) 943-2717,
www.microaironline.com, e-mail: info@microaironline.com

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