Concrete Dust Collector

Nordfab QF ductwork is the new standard for concrete dust applications. By eliminating rivets, screws, welds, and flanges, our clamp together ducting allows installations, clean outs, and adjustments to take only a fraction of the time that traditional ducting takes. Nordfab Quick-Fit’s longitudinal seams provide smooth, no hang-up interiors.

A concrete dust collection system consists of a vacuum cleaner, a hose, and a wand. The hose and wand make up the dust collection duct which works by pulling dust away from the machine that is producing it. The dust is then filtered through the vacuum where it returns clean air either back into the building or outside.

Dust collection ductwork is split into two separate categories: flexible hose duct and hard, fixed ductwork. Hard, fixed dust collection ductwork is generally made of plastic, galvanized or stainless steel, depending upon the needs of the application. All-metal construction is used in almost all commercial and industrial applications because it reduces the risks of dangerous static electricity buildup and the smooth rigid interior lessens the chance of static pressure loss, even over long runs.


Nordfab Branch Branch
Part #: 3220
Nordfab Duct Clamps Duct Clamps
Part #: 3260
Nordfab Elbows Standard Elbows Standard
Part #: 3210
Nordfab Flanged Pipe Flanged Pipe
Part #: 3201
Nordfab QF Manual Blastgate QF Manual Blastgate
Part #: 3240
Nordfab T-Branch T-Branch
Part #: 3227
Nordfab Transitions Transitions
Part #: 3225
Nordfab Y-Branch Y-Branch
Part #: 3221

Why Use Nordfab for Your Concrete Dust Application?

  • 30% less labor, 30% less downtime for duct installation
  • Sections can be quickly removed, cleaned out, then replaced – without tools
  • Can be installed with manlifts, rather than large expensive cranes
  • Adapts to existing ductwork
  • Re-useable, easy to modify and to move as your needs change
  • Overfill conditions can be easily and quickly corrected
  • Nordfab provides quick delivery times and lower freight costs
  • Heavy automation and large volumes make Quick-Fit less expensive. With the labor saved on installation, costs are significantly cheaper than traditional ducting.