Axminster Trade Series CT-50RCK 1hp Extractor
Axminster Trade Series CT-50RCK 1hp Extractor
£389.38 (£324.48 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Trade Series CT-50RCK 1hp Extractor

Code: 508483

  • Wall mounted extractor for small workshops and woodturners
  • 1,000m³/hr flow rate, 1 micron cartridge filter with waste bag attached
  • 100mm inlet diameter, fits many machines and accessories
  • Quiet and efficient, is not obtrusive in use
  • Ideal for connecting to stand-alone machines
  • Can be connected to a 100mm dust system
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£389.38 (£324.48 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Trade Series CT-50RCK 1hp Extractor
  • Axminster Dust Extractor Waste Sack - 760mm x 1,065mm Blue (Pkt 10)
  • Axminster Hose Fixing Clip - 95mm x 115mm
  • Axminster Aluminium Blastgate for 100mm Hose
Total: £417.80

In Detail

Trade Classification & 3 Year Guarantee

This is a rather neat concept, a wall mounted extractor perfectly suited to small workshops, woodturners or for connecting to a stand-alone machine. Well made and efficient, its 1hp motor generates 1,000m³/hr of airflow and is fitted with a 1 micron rated cartridge filter. This is able to handle chippings, course and medium fine dusts. Maybe not the right machine for a drum sander, but perfectly suitable for woodturning, especially where floor space is at a premium. The collection bag is clipped to the bottom of the filter; if you wish to fit a larger bag, please support it underneath on the floor or the weight of a full bag of waste may be enough to pull it off the filter. The filter has a crank handle operating a paddle to keep the interior clean, just use this periodically to maintain filter efficiency. This extractor could well be a handy solution for small workshops. Please make sure your wall is capable of supporting the extractor's weight.

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Airflow 912 m³/hr @ 100 mm
Bag Capacity 50 litre
Hose Diameter 100 mm
Model CT-50RCK
Nett Weight 27 kg
Overall L x W x H 580 mm x 440 mm x 820 mm (without bag)
Power 750 W
Rating Trade
Voltage 230 V
Static Pressure 1,600 Pa
Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K] 75 dB(A) [1.5 dB]
Filter Performance 100% >1 micron
Reviews (6)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.8 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



19 September 2017

Nice but not good

I just finish to mont on the wall and try with my "small" Jet thickness planner and let me say that it doesn't work good. My home vacuum is stronger then it. Looks gorgeous on my wall but the airflow is a disaster and it is connect straight to the planner. What will happen if I build a pipes system to connect all my machine?

Waisted money!

I reduce the inlet airflow entrance from 100mm to 50mm to increase the airflow but my grandma blow much better

D Pearce

23 December 2016

Very compact

Arrived in good time as always, I've had this for a few months now and its very compact (takes up little room when mounted on the wall in a corner) But because of its design the filter clogs quite quickly which reduces air flow a fair bit and needs a crank of the paddle every time you switch off (sometimes in between planning jobs) hopefully this will not wear out the inside of the filter prematurely. Usual Chinese build, painted over rust, badly set up, loose bolts, tin work and motor not sealed so it leaked dust all to be expected and easily sorted. Once set up it runs very clean (not that quite) has a really good filter great for a small work shop I'm using 5-6m run of 100mm ducting I'm using a band saw and a PT cutting hard wood.
would i buy it again......... yes because I don't have the space for a larger machine and it doesn't leave hardly any dust on the shelf

Rob Llewellyn

7 December 2016

OK, but not great of a 100mm ducting as claimed

I upgraded to this extractor, as I had upgraded to 100mm metal ducting in our small hobby workshop. The run is probably 15 meters, with 2 turns and 4 x 2 meter drops, blast gates on each.

It gives it a decent go of it, but even with everything sealed up tight (no whistling!), blast gates closed etc etc, it struggles to lift from the far end. Our shop isn't big (5m x 5m) and of course, it could be that our install isn't the best, but I feel for 100mm ducting, you need a bit more "umph" than this gives you. Just my opinion obv! I'm after 2Hp at least for our job I think.

Simon White

29 July 2016

Compact and cheap but needs cleaning

Lets start with the good bits - this is a powerful, effective extractor which has a very small footprint. It is wall mounted which means you can mount it above other items - ideal for a small workshop. I find it powerful enough for my P/T and bandsaw - I intend to run it through a simple ducted system using soil pipe but just use it with a length of flexi pipe at the moment.

The biggest issue is that the motor and turbine housing pass directly into the fine filter area - the collection bag is below this. Most other extractors have the filter above and the bag below. The result is that dirty air containing dust and chips leaves the turbine housing and tries to take the most direct route out - through the filter. This means that the filter picks up a LOT of dust and chips - I give the handle a wind after every operation, and I sometimes get a 10mm layer falling from the filter into the bag. Two solutions exist - a length of ducting running from the turbine housing exhaust into the top of the collection bag, or a cyclone and bin arrangement. Sadly 100mm inlet cyclones are few and far between. Finally, the guards fitted to prevent errant fingers entering a running machine can sometime clog up with chips - as soon as mine is ducted, I'll chop the guards out.



29 May 2016


Just installed in a small workshop, plenty of suction and very compact
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