Concrete Vacuum


Reduce dust levels in the air to a minimum by putting suction casings on all machines and connect them to Dustcontrol's dust extractors. DustControl has a complete range of dust control, air purifier and concrete vacuum and dust extraction systems to ensure effective dust control on every building site. Read on for the brief of another success story with DustControl.

Reference company:

  • JM Construction Stockholm

The company contact:

  • Jonas Nyqvist Local Manager at JM


  • A semi-mobile system
  • Mobile dust extractors
  • Suction casings

JM is one of the leading developers of housing and residential areas in the Nordic region. Operations focus on a new production of homes in attractive locations, with the main focus on expanding metropolitan areas and university towns in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Belgium.


JM which is carrying out many big construction sites has chosen to rent a semi-mobile system and a few mobile units from Cramo, one of Dustcontrol's rental partners.

This because large quantities of material can be transported away by the suction system, and by putting suction casings on all machines and connect them to Dustcontrol's dust extractors, the dust levels in the air is being reduced to a minimum. For dry concrete grinding machines, source extraction is practically
a must since a huge amount of dust is generated.


With a semi-mobile system and a few mobile units from Cramo, Dustcontrol helps reduce dust levels to a minimum. The semi-mobile system consists of a central unit, pre-separator, and a pipe system.

The module parts of the semi-mobile system are developed for easy build up and dismantling. Our big environmental problem is all the dust that is coming up when milling and grinding.

With Dustcontrol's construction dust extractors we reduce the problem?, says Jonas Nykvist Local Manager at JM. He adds: "Everything is vacuumed up, not only dust but also small nails, screws and other waste."


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