As standard, this machine meets the L Class filtration standards but can be upgraded to M Class filtration standards with the addition of the optional HEPA module (210657). When it comes to workshop applications coupled with unrivalled performance, the NVD 750 workshop vacuum extractor is in a class of its own. Many operational features are included within the package which will enable the user to link the extractor to a machine or hand operated power tool as required. The head assembly incorporates two 1,200W "TwinFlo" vacuum motors providing ample power for all but the most demanding of tasks. A visual flow indicator is also fitted for monitoring filtration performance. The extractor is fitted with a red "Filtrex" primary filter and a secondary "Permatex" filter as standard, with the option of fitting a "HepaFlo" disposable filter bag if required, a must when machining MDF. The "Filtrex" filter also protects the filter system from impact damage from fast moving larger chips. There is an exhaust blower socket to enable the exhaust air to be ducted away from the workshop if required. The 10 metre cable set provides all round the workshop use from one power point. The drum assembly incorporates a 100mm cyclonic inlet connector, this is the best method of connection for most tasks. A 100-51mm reducer is provided to enable the 2.9 metre 32mm power tool hose to be fitted. The 51mm front entry is used when you need to use the Hepa Flo collection bags, perfect for the safe disposal of MDF or other fine dusts. The accessory kit provided with this extractor includes a 4 metre x 100mm diameter flexible extraction hose for linking to most small workshop machines, and a 2.9 metre 32mm hose and step down adaptor for connecting to hand operated power tools or small, bench top machines. The extractor now also comes with an attached high mobility chassis, making it very easy to transport this machine around the workshop. The drum can be easily removed from the chassis by releasing one clip. Accessories available such as the floor cleaning kit enable you to tailor this to your own specific needs. This machine is the best solution for those requiring something portable and also to handle a large range of extraction tasks. It is ruggedly made in epoxy painted steel, and is designed and made in England!
|Container Volume||35 litres|
|Filtration||Permatex filter + HEPAFLO bag|
|Hose Diameter||100mm + 51mm|
|Overall L x W x H||450mm diameter x 650mm height|
|Particle Size||0.5 micron @ 99.97%|
|Power||2 x 1,200W|
27 March 2017
Best shop vac everI bought this recently. I use it for my bandsaw, router table and thicknesser planer. I use it with a shop made cyclone. The vac has more than adequate power and the cable is very long. If your swapping hoses about like me buy a pair (pack) of the 100mm quick release pipe clamps. This is the best vac I have used to date. I have used a few.
10 January 2017
5 starthis numatic nvd 750 workshop extractor is the best . i have tried it out on all my small and large machinery including my bandsaw & planer very strong suction now i have a clean workshop worth every penny well done axminster
24 September 2016
great, just never in stockGreat item. Shame it's never in stock anymore!
7 March 2016
great valuewell worth the money
2 February 2016
Yeah. Festool. Right.Don't these Festool Fanboys really get on your wick? Who says that something 'does the job adequately' then gives it one star. Yes, I'm sure you wish it was made by Festool, and it had a laser to tell you exactly where you were pointing the hose, and a digital vacuum gauge to tell you exactly how hard it was sucking, and a bunch of green knobs and dials to adjust the exact speed of the fan, the tension of the dust bag and the blade angle of the fan. And about a dozen other pointless fripperies which will go wrong and cost a fortune to fix. Festool is designed for well-heeled enthusists who like toys to play with. The same kind of people who buy audiophile stereos and Leica cameras. They will swear blind that their favoured brand is 'the best' because it's the most expensive. Well, it must be, right? Well, if you want a Festool, stump up £2,000 and buy a Festool vacuum. That'll do exactly the same job but cost 3x the price. Oh, and you'll be able to tell everyone about how wonderful your new £2,000 Festool vacuum with all the green knobs and switches is, and tell everyone else that what they bought is a piece of cr*p.