This mid sized Jet cyclone extractor is highly efficient due to its directly mounted cartridge filter and the two stage airflow system separating the waste before the filter. This gives a higher airflow than single stage machines of comparable power. Even though it is quite compact it still has a large waste drum, easily emptied due to its independent castors. The deep pleated cartridge filter will capture particles down to 1 micron and is fitted with a manual dual paddle cleaning system. The alloy bodied induction motor runs cool and the noise level is quite moderate, so not too intrusive in the workshop. You have a choice of two inlet sizes, so either one larger 153mm or twin 102mm to suit a wide range of machines. This 2hp model also has the benefit of remote control of the switching and a timer function giving a choice of 2,4,6 and 8 hour run times. Well made, quiet and powerful, this extractor is a great choice for a medium sized workshop.
N.B. 16A supply required.
|Airflow||2,159 m³/hr @ 150 mm|
|Container Volume||132 litre|
|Filtration||2 micron @ 99%|
|Inlet||1 x 150 mm or 2 x 100 mm|
|Nett Weight||94 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||660 mm x 1,283 mm x 1,835 mm|
|Suction Power||10" H2O|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||76 dB(A) [1.5 dB]|
27 July 2016
A quiet extractor!!! ishI have a small workshop with a double camvac extractor connected to a record auto to start and a small bag extractor for the chips. I can honestly say that both of these are extremely noisey when in use. After one and a half hours building the jet unit and getting a mate to sort out the electrics we started it up, and were very surprised that we could still here each other talking over it! The remote control works brilliantly as long as you can remember where you've left it, as for the suction its pulled away I've thrown at it over the last couple of weeks, even when I have left multiple glass blast gates open. It's a well made unit, and black bin bags just about stretch over the collection bin so it easy and cheap to empty