This 2hp Trade rated extractor is compact in size and able to extract from larger, higher waste volume producing machines. Not too tall it will fit in just about any workshop. A high efficiency airflow system ensures high, consistent performance. Over 99% of waste is separated from the air stream before the air is passed through the 1 micron filter; a simple manual filter cleaning system keeps the filter clean. There is a manometer fitted to give a quick, visual indication of the filter performance. The 155 litre waste container is easily detached from the machine and has castors to allow easy mobility. The machine is fitted with wheels for mobility, but we would suggest the best way to get most benefit from this machine is to connect it to a permanent ducting system. The 180mm inlet would allow a multiple ported system to be used. Quiet and unobtrusive in use, this would be a good choice in many workshops. N.B. 16A supply required.
|Airflow||2,300 m³/hr @ 180 mm|
|Container Volume||155 litre|
|Filter Performance||100% >1 micron|
|Filter Surface Area||7.4 m²|
|Inlet||1 x 180 mm or 2 x 100 mm|
|Nett Weight||83 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||1,085 mm x 660 mm x 1,800 mm|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||84 dB(A) [1.5 dB]|
|Static Pressure||2,735 Pa|
25 September 2018
Pros and consHello! Sorry for my bad English - I´m Swedish.
27 May 2018
ExtractionFirst of all don't think you can put this together on your own - you will need help as the machine is built upside down at the start and then turned upright further down the line. It is heavy and also some of the bolts are too long to reach and hold on your own. The two option inlet is poorly made and of weak thin tin. I recommend you silicone the joint when you connect your ducting to it or else it will leak as the bolts to tighten distort the housing when tightened. My machine seemed to have a problem once I got it connected to my ducting. I was using to take dust away from two Dewalt Radial Arm Saws. I made a mistake with the connection by having above the saws. I contacted Axminster Support and Darren sent me some updated information recommending that the extraction should be at the rear of the saws. I altered the system accordingly and now the extractor unit works brilliantly. So if you have a medium size workshop I have no hesitation in recommending this extractor. It is also reassuring to remember that the Axminster team are there offering support when required.
1 June 2016
Really effective extractionI went for this model as I wanted efficient extraction for the Jet planner/thicknesser I had bought. I have set pipes up around the ceiling of my workshop so it provides extraction for 6 different machines. I have added gates so I can isolate each machine and I have never had such a clean workshop. Its really effective at removing large pine shavings to very fine hardwood dust. Worth every penny!