Item # D1765
Some people buy a saw just for the included shroud. Don’t buy a new one—use the saws you already have. If you rely on one saw or many, you don’t have to worry about buying a new saw for dust containment.
The DustBull is meant to fit most gas powered cut off saws. Included with the DustBull is a bolt kit meant to fit many models from a variety of manufacturers. It attaches to 2” hoses using a 2” soft hose cuff.
To see a list of compatible saws based on testing and saw specs, click here.
When using a vacuum system of 260 CFM or more, the DustBull captures nearly all dust generated while sawing. Using vacuum suction, the dust and debris are caught in their natural trajectory, giving you a truly dustless work environment.
This saves you and your workers from breathing harmful silica dust while keeping the area dust free, saving time and money in cleanup.
Four mounted feet protect the shroud and the surface you are working on. The shroud will sit evenly to reduce strain on the worker, allowing you to rest the saw and the shroud on the ground.
When working on sensitive surfaces you can be assured that the shroud will not scratch or scrape decorative work.
In September 2017, strict laws passed and enforced by OSHA go into effect limiting silica dust exposure. Penalties and fines can be severe.
When used with a 260 CFM vacuum system the DustBull is compliant with OSHA and EPA laws, keeping you and your workers safe from legal action and protecting you from harmful diseases caused by silica exposure.
Check out our Silica Wizard, a tool designed to help you know how to comply with the new silica laws.
1. Attach bracket to the saw
2. Secure with one bolt
3. Hook up your dust shroud to your vacuum system
Wide mouth captures dust directly from blade
Universal mounting bracket
Industrial bungee for safe transport
Proposition 65 Warning for California Residents
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including hexavalent chromium, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.