This extractor, with its 1.5kW motor, large capacity collection bag and twin 100mm hose inlets, will handle most single workshop machines. Use the single 125mm inlet or the twin 100mm adaptor for two smaller machines. The top cloth bag acts as the filter whilst the lower plastic bag collects the coarse dust and chippings. Plastic bags allow a number of bags to be filled and stored ready for bulk disposal. There are bag hooks to make changing a full bag easy. The extractor's filtration system can be upgraded with the addition of the cartridge filter. This has a large surface area of filter material, so does not reduce the airflow. A simple rotating handle is used to clean the filter. The solid connection tube between the impeller housing and collector creates an efficient air flow system. For best results, keep the hose size to a minimum of 100mm, using a smaller diameter hose will cause the air flow to drop markedly. Castors on the base allow for easy mobility around the workshop. This is a good, solid, simple extractor. Lengths of suitable inlet hose are listed under Dust Extraction Accessories. N.B. This machine uses waste sack size 785 x 1,200mm (501187).
|Airflow||2,000 m³/hr @ 100 mm / 2,500 m³/hr @ 125 mm|
|Bag Capacity||150 litre|
|Filter Performance||30 micron|
|Hose Diameter||1 x 125 mm or 2 x 100 mm|
|Nett Weight||47 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||920 mm x 560 mm x 1,960 mm|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||77 dB(A) [1.5 dB]|
25 March 2017
ok but..power level excelkent for dust extraction from woodlathe. Build quality not great ...mounting to attack motor housing to base is poor and vibration levels are such thatnuts/bolts/washers fall off. seals at joints not perfect but not bad...some dust comes out. woidturning 'streamers' get caught in finger guard at machine end of hose and clag up causing complete loss of suction...resulting in need to stop all machines, undo hose and unclag by hand.
2 July 2014
Good extractor with limitations. Great aftersales serviceHooked up to a 4" system extracting from planer/thicknesser, table saw and router table, all with blast gates. Works a treat. Not so good at extracting through a single 2" hose for power tools, the impeller seems to stall so I still use the Record Power RSDE/2A for that.
23 December 2013
FM300dc issuesI recently purchased this and had a few teething problems with a faulty NV switch (apparently a regular problem - possibly too lightweight for power?) which Axminster sorted out without delay involving exchange motor unit at branch
By experienced carpenter
9 October 2013
Very GoodDelivery was amazingly quick !
5 October 2013
Very satisfiedI newer had a dust extractor before but this worth every penny!