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PRESS RELEASE: HTC launches new powerful dust extractors

The HTC Greyline™ series is now extended with two powerful dust extractors, HTC GL 25 D and HTC GL 35 D.


 HTC GL 25 and 35 D

The HTC Greyline™ series , which has become a major player in the floor grinding industry since the launch at Bauma 2010, is now extended with two powerful dust extractors with a performance that also makes them suitable for more advanced floor grinders.

The new single-phase machines HTC GL 25 D and HTC GL 35 D are built according to the latest technology in the field of dust collection. They use an optimized construction that leads to a superior result without sacrificing the simplicity that characterizes HTC Greyline™. Together with the existing three-phase dust extractor HTC GL 40 D, these machines support the entire HTC Greyline™ series as well as many of HTC’s other, more advanced grinders.

The robust and sturdy construction provides a handy machine with high quality and great reliability. It is also easy to maintain and service which helps in keeping the maintenance cost at a minimum. Furthermore, the machines are easy to operate and are height-adjustable giving a total height of only 1180 mm (46.5 in) during transportation.

All machines are using the Longopac™ system for collection of dust, resulting in very easy handling of grinding residue. The machine is also equipped with HEPA 13 filter and anti-static hoses for improved quality and safety.

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