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Model #48-03-3035

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SDS-PLUS Dust Trap Drilling Shroud

  • Clear sleeve for high visibility
  • Suitable for overhead drilling applications
  • Works with SDS plus drill bits up to 8 in. L and stop bits
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$2497

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Product Overview

Dust trap drilling shroud with a collapsible design


Collapsible Design

A collapsible design makes this drilling shroud easy to use and to store between uses.

Dust trap drilling shroud designed to fit on rotary hammers and drill bits


Designed for Use with Rotary Hammers and Drill Bits

Attach this drilling shroud to your rotary hammer or drill bit to help contain dust and create a cleaner work area.

Dust trap drilling shroud with a clear sleeve for ultimate visibility


Clear Sleeve for Visibility

The clear sleeve surrounding this dust trap drilling shroud provides a clear view inside.

The Milwaukee SDS Plus DUST TRAP is the industry's first OSHA compliance solution without a vacuum, ideal for overhead drilling applications. The universal fit allows the DUST TRAP to work with all SDS Plus rotary hammers and SDS Plus drill bits up to an 8 in. L, including stop bits and other anchor installations tools. The clear sleeve allows visibility while the locking mechanism enables easy storage on the jobsite. The compact, collapsible design is ideal for tough to reach places, providing superior productivity. The DUST TRAP is OSHA objective data compliance solution when used without a vacuum and OSHA Table 1 compliant when used with a dust extractor, giving users the flexibility to adjust to the daily demands of the jobsite while being compliant. Replacement SDS+ DUST TRAP Sleeves are available (48-03-3235).
  • OSHA objective data compliance without a dust extractor
  • OSHA table 1 compliant with a dust extractor
  • Fits SDS plus drill bits up to 8 in. overall length and works with stop bits
  • Compact, collapsible design ideal for accessibility and storage
  • OSHA compliance without a vacuum
  • Universal fit for SDS-plus rotary hammers
  • Clear sleeve for maximum visibility and accuracy
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
6.89
Product Length (in.)
12.48
Product Width (in.)
4.17

Details

Color Family
Red
Ideally Used With
Rotary Hammers
Material
Plastic
Power Tool Accessory Type
Other Accessory
Product Weight (lb.)
0.6 lb
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

9Questions17Answers

According to the description of the product, "Replacement SDS+ DUST TRAP Sleeves are available (4...

Asked by HabitatTom January 8, 2019
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The correct part # is 48-03-3135.

Would this work on the M12 Fuel SDS?

Asked by Moises December 30, 2018
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yes

Could this work with a conventional rotary shank hammer drill?

Asked by Mike November 29, 2018
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No. This is for SDS Plus rotary hammers.

I have gone to the online site to order and I see no checkout option, why would that be?

Asked by Emilio April 24, 2018
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The add to cart button will set you into the checkout option.

looking for this item in-store, homedepote in my area zipecode is 10002

Asked by Emilio April 24, 2018
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Hello Emilio, Since this is a new item it may not be in all stores yet. Sometimes with very new or popular items, they aren't even in stock for online ordering. Whenever you see a product that has no checkout option, that's probably what's going on. Keep checking the HD website periodically to find out when it becomes available in your area. This particular product is a real time-saver. It keeps work areas clean and that keeps customers happy. So it's worth waiting for. Best Wishes! ;-)

has anyone experienced any damage to the rubber chuck of the drill due to the shroud rubbing agai...

Asked by Dale March 30, 2018
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Not as of yet, but I have only used it a dozen times or so.

Does this also works on other drills like the Makita HRH01ZX2 18V X2 LXT Li-Ion Rotary Hammer?

Asked by Rob March 24, 2018
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Yes, it will work with any SDS drill

What are the maximum diameter solid and core bits this will work with?

Asked by UnkleMike March 1, 2018
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It will work with any diameter SDS drill. The diameter of the SDS shank will fit through the receiver hole of this accessory to attach to your drill, so the diameter of the bit itself is not an issue. I don’t think you will exceed its capacity, as the diameter of the shroud is about 3”.

Can I get this in Canada yet and where can I purchase it?.

Asked by Gally February 7, 2018
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will be available in Canada mid-March

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This shroud works decently well at trapping dust from drilling except of course for bits that are...
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This shroud works decently well at trapping dust from drilling except of course for bits that are longer than the shroud itself. It can be used at any angle but the best advantage is when drilling overhead, trapping the dust inside of it instead of falling on you. There is a vacuum port at the base of the shroud which can connect to a shop vac or other dust extractor although I feel like my range of motion is reduced by having to drag around additional tubing for a tool that should otherwise be handheld. The shroud can be collapsed out of the way for cleaning or bit exchange. The plastic is flimsy but can be replaced. After several uses you will need to wipe down the plastic or else you won't be able to see through it anymore to guide your work.The shroud is very helpful overall.
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This is great! I hated taking the plastic bags and taping them to the wall when I drill to catc...
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This is great! I hated taking the plastic bags and taping them to the wall when I drill to catch half the dust. This dust trap has a universal rubber band to hold it on. In you picture you see my Porter Cable cordless drill with this on. It isn't going to stay perfectly aligned while NOT in use, so you hold it with one hand and the drill with the other until you have it touching the wall. Then it'll stay in place and aligned. Makes it easy to drill holes and not have a bunch of dust everywhere after. I did not try the vacuum port. Didn't need to. If you are drilling 50 holes, sure. But for hanging a picture I use it for one or two holes. Yes, the metal ring does make contact with the drill chuck. But again, that's not an issue for doing a handful of holes. If you are doing 50 holes at a time you probably have to think about that or make sure you have an SDS drill. I'm using a different brand so it fits differently. but it's smooth metal vs smooth metal, so it is not a big deal. I really like this dust trap!
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I wish I would have started using one of these a while ago, but it's still not too late for my he...
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I wish I would have started using one of these a while ago, but it's still not too late for my health if I take care of myself. The clear plastic is just the right thickness, not too thin to rip yet flexible enough not to hinder the spring action. It sure helps that it's see-through, assuring you make the straightest holes. The maximum length you can drill with this shroud on is approximately 5-5/8" deep. For the sake of your health and of those around you, this is undoubtedly a great investment. You can keep the dust cover on and it will catch all the debris at the bottom (if overhead drilling), as it has a slight angle to it. You can technically use any 1-1/2" inner diameter vacuum hose, though I recommend a shop vacuum, since they're rated for fine dust particles and will not junk up the motor. Of course, you can always wear a mask of TOP of using this shroud, and that will bump you another OSHA level up (in case L&I comes around, perhaps). There is a somewhat stretchable rubber line to secure to your drill as well, making one-handed operation realistic.
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I was drilling concrete anchors for a rack in my garage. The dust shroud held most of the concret...
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I was drilling concrete anchors for a rack in my garage. The dust shroud held most of the concrete dust in the clear chamber, it saved me a lot of clean up and it was much safer to use although I still wore a mask. The only issue I had was that the unit spun due to the fact that my drill has a rubber chuck. I saw where someone else added a metal flat washer into the housing and this solved the problem. I also liked the ability to collapse it when not in use. My only concern is the strain on the rubber retention strap, not sure how long that will hold up.
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Another (mostly) clever design from Milwaukee to cover OHSA rules for dust during drilling. It is...
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Another (mostly) clever design from Milwaukee to cover OHSA rules for dust during drilling. It is simple and also provides good flexibility for using with or without a vacuum. Essentially it is a collapsible plastic sleeve on a spring that fits around the drill bit. It catches all the dust coming out of the hole. You can optionally also attach a vacuum extractor to it to suck the dust out as you go. The shroud is see through allowing one to monitor the drilling depth as you go. Once finished drilling one can empty the dust out into a bucket of suitable container if not using a vacuum extractor. The device is held onto the drill by means of an elastic strap that goes around the drill (typically through the handle at the back) and attaches on the other side of the shroud. The back of the shroud is a metal plate with a hole in it the size of SDS bits. This metal plate is in contact with the rotating part of the chuck. The ‘chuck’ of my Milwaukee SDS hammer drill that comes into contact with the plate is in fact rubber, so that results in the rubber rubbing against the metal plate for the shroud at drilling speed. I decided that is not how I will use it and instead I thread a metal washer onto the drill bit before adding the shroud so that now there is a metal washer to reduce the rubbing and friction. I do think Milwaukee could have added some sort of bearing here instead of having the rubber cover of the chuck grinding against the shroud back plate. I keep the washer threaded onto the elastic fastening strap. The vacuum port is a little oversized but I managed to find a tube that would fit snugly into it and will connect to my shop-vac. A little bit more design there could have made the vacuum port smaller and elastic enough to take a bigger range of vacuum hose sizes. Most guys will however be able to solve this with some duct tape. The plastic sleeve may develop holes and replacements are available. It has a bayonet style mount to enable quick changes of the sleeve. They are sold in packs of 5 for $10 and upwards though I did not find them at Home Depot. Perhaps some cling wrap can be wrapped around them to fix holes? The shroud can be collapsed by compressing the spring and clipping the two ends of the shroud together. I suggest storing it collapsed to reduce the risk of puncturing it in the toolbox. It can handle drill bits up to 8 inches long. It does not connect to a regular drill well because of the shape of a regular drill chuck. I wonder if some sort of adaptor could be designed to that end. Made in China
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Very excellent attachment to have...
Very excellent attachment to have
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It’s a little clumsy but gets the job done...
It’s a little clumsy but gets the job done
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Great for the application, and way more affordable than the dust extractor. However, the plastic ...
Great for the application, and way more affordable than the dust extractor. However, the plastic outer shell ripped on me the first day using it, and it is technically not OSHA compliant when this occurs...not that I mind that much, but it would be wonderful if they redesigned it to have an outer shell stronger than plastic.
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