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MK-IXL 5" Vacuum Shroud

MK Diamond IXL 5" Vacuum Shroud is designed for concrete and surface grinding dust control. The shroud easily attaches to a vacuum or dust extractor resulting in a cleaner working environment. It controls airborne particles, protecting workers from dangerous crystalline silica exposure. The use of a shroud prolongs the life of the tool by preventing abrasive dust and debris from entering the motor.

The shroud easily attaches to a vacuum or dust extractor resulting in a cleaner working environment and increasing visibility during grinding. It captures airborne particles thus protecting workers from dangerous crystalline silica.

  • Developed for all grinding and polishing operations
  • The front nose easily swings away for edge work
  • Increases cup wheel life by removing abrasive dust
  • Dust control reduces clean up time
  • Designed for use when cleaning, leveling spots, removing epoxies, urethanes, paint and other coatings
  • Fits popular 4" and 5" hand grinders
Description Part #
5" IXL Shroud (boxed) 170762
5" IXL Shroud (clamshell) 172360




Warning: This equipment contains chemicals know to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. These chemicals are contained in various components. fluids and paint including but not limited to fuel, oil, electric motors and batteries. In addition, gasoline/diesel powered equipment emits engine exhaust and fumes, and when serviced, cleaned or maintained generate used oil, waste fluids, fumes, grease, grime and particulates from the component wear and silica dust which contain chemicals 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
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Pending OSHA standards are mandating worker protection from harmful air-borne particles created from drywall sanding and diamond tool grinding of concrete, masonry and stone materials. The dust from these materials is tied to lung cancer, silicosis and other serious maladies. In some areas right now, contractors are not allowed on the job without having a dust-containment system. Below are links to OSHA articles for more information: