This ‘L’ class FEIN wet and dry dust extractor has a tank volume of 22 litres together with a comprehensive array of floor cleaning accessories which can be purchased separately. It has an impressive amount of suction, capable of moving 1,380 litres per minute and at the same time produces little noise. The Dustex 25L is fitted with an auto-switching outlet into which the power tool is plugged so that extraction is effective as soon as you switch on. The machine is supplied with a cloth filter boot, though other filters are available to order. At 8kg and fitted with four multi-directional castors, this machine is low in weight and, with its compact design, is very manoeuvrable.
Supplied with filter, fleece dust bag, 4m x 35mm diameter suction hose, adjustable airflow adaptor and a 6m power cable.
|Air Volume||4,320 litres/min|
|Container Volume||25litres (22 litres with bag)|
|Max Power Tool Rating||100W - 1,800W 230V|
|Nett Weight||8 kg|
|Power||1,380W - 230V, 1,150W - 110V|
|Corded or Cordless||Corded|
19 May 2017
Great!Great little vacuum. Much more suction than my Makita vacuum and fitted with the optional HEPA filter keeps the nasty stuff out of my lungs. Usually hooked up to my bandsaw which goes on and off about 10 times a day Mon- Fri but also use for my hand sander, track saw, router and electric planer. Nice sized hose so takes chippings from hand planer and router no problem. It does run on for about 5 seconds after you switch it off to clear the hose (can get a bit annoying...) Had it for about a year and a half now, I'd have no hesitation recommending it or buying another one if required.
10 April 2017
Good kitHave owned the 25litre for around 18months now. All going well. Very generous length of hose. It's permanently connected to the Kapex chop saw so isn't under constant use as are the festool midis in the workshop but sometimes it gets a fair work-out with the auto start function used repeatedly. The extraction stays on for a fair while after tool is turned off. In som ways this is good for clearing the air and hose. But might get annoying on smaller tool use. It might just be my machine. I keep meaning to find out from someone with a similar extractor.
6 March 2017
Very disappointingI owned on of these, it broke down in the first week of use and I put it in my garage, meaning to get it fixed. A year or so later, I tidied up the garage and there was the machine, out of guarantee. Oh dear. I returned it to the shop, they wanted to replace all the electrics including the motor for about £300! I explained the situation, to no avail.... The rep couldn't even offer me a decent discount on a new unit.