A thoroughly modern design of dust extractor with a cartridge filter as standard. The excellent performance comes from careful matching of the motor, impeller and housing, resulting in a quietly efficient machine able to extract chips and medium sized dust from almost all small and medium sized machinery. An alloy impeller is fitted to reduce the risk of sparks and the cartridge filter has a rating of 1 micron @ 100% capture rate. A large capacity plastic waste sack and quick release straps are included. A comfortable tubular handle, steel rear wheels and front castor wheels are provided for easy mobility. The cartridge filter increases the potential use of this machine to include sanders as well as the normal range of saws, planers etc. Easy to keep clean with the top mounted crank handle, the extra surface area means that the overall airflow is not significantly reduced. Overall, a fine, modern extractor for any trade workshop, or a quality machine for your workshop at home. Hose not supplied.
|Air Flow||850 m³/h|
|Bag Capacity||60 litre|
|Hose Diameter||100 mm|
|Nett Weight||32 kg|
|Noise Level||73 dB @ 3 m|
|Overall L x W x H||720 mm x 660 mm x 1460 mm|
|Particle Size||1 micron @ 100% capture rate|
|Power||0.75 kW 230V 1ph|
18 September 2017
Good value, works exceptionally wellDespite being foreign made, most of the construction is pressed steel and easy to assemble and it does what it says on the tin. The bag change is a bit of a faff, it's easy to move about and on delivery it took an hour to assemble and connect to my existing pipe system. Good suction and should last.
14 July 2017
Great Piece of KitThis is my first trade rated extractor so really have nothing to compare it with. However, having said that, I absolutely love it! Previous review was spot on as well as I too had to remove the guard piece to keep from blocking up all the time. Once removed though, brilliant. Great suction. Well chuffed!
30 November 2015
Dust ExtractorFantastic machine, quiet running, but buyers need to know that the EU dictate that a cross member is inserted in the inlet pipe, which prevents the machine from performing correctly. This has to be removed by the customer as the EU insists on this device so that users will be prevented from inserting their hands into the impeller. Another EU Health and Safety gone mad moment.