WaleTale Vacuum Attachment Dust Containment and Safety System

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$22.99
SKU:
705105749709
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705105749709
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Product Overview

  • Dust control; simply turn on the wet dry vacuum and put the wale-tale on the bucket and you're ready to mix.
  • Eliminate dust from mixing mortar and grout in buckets.
  • The WaleTale will not allow dust to escape the top of the bucket.
  • WaleTale is the first tool engineered for the tile setter to address the negative effects of the inhalation of free crystalline silica in the work environment.

WaleTale Vacuum Attachment Dustless Mixing WaleTale is a professional, easy to use tool for the tile setter that protects the lungs and eliminates the dust when mixing mortars and grouts. “The time has come to clean up your lungs” WaleTale Vacuum Attachment - Winner of Popular Science Best of What's New 2010 - Dust Control: Simply turn on the wet dry vacuum and put the Wale-Tale on the bucket and you're ready to mix. - Cut down on clean up time. - Eliminate dust from mixing mortar and grout in buckets. - The WaleTale will not allow dust to escape the top of the bucket. - The device clips onto the rim of 5, 3 1/2 or 1 gallon bucket and in companion with a shop vac and HEPA filter allows the tile setter to safely and conveniently mix indoors. - WaleTale is the first tool engineered for the tile setter to address the negative effects of the inhalation of free crystalline silica in the work environment. let’s face it. Mixing mortars and grouts in buckets is the worst aspect of tile setting. We all know how bad the dust is to breath. Even if one were to use an appropriate canister respirator, the health of others on the job site is negatively affected. Dustless mortars are being introduced but they don’t eliminate the dust completely and they are costly. I know what I’m talking about. After twenty years of setting tile I came up with an idea. I call it WaleTale. It will not allow dust to escape the top of the bucket. It will even pull the dust out of the bag and still let the powder flow into the bucket.

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