This ruggedly made extractor is designed for extended workshop use. Offering industrial quality construction and exceptional wood chip and sawdust extraction, it is large enough for a 300mm planer or many other workshop machines. Fitted with a high efficiency steel fan and the unique "Vortex" cone design which maintains a high collection performance by preventing premature clogging of the filter. This works by separating the waste from the airflow, diverting the waste into the collecting bag. The base is fitted with castors for total mobility around the workshop. The 150mm inlet is fitted with a twin branch 100mm adaptor, allowing connection to either one or two machines. This machine can be upgraded to handle finer dusts with the addition of a 1 micron filter cartridge. Supplied with a pack of five collection bags and a 30 micron filter bag. Supplied without a hose. Please note this machine uses waste sack size - 785 x 940mm (410241). May require 16A supply
|Airflow||1,100 m³/hr @ 100 mm / 1,620 m³/hr @ 150 mm|
|Bag Capacity||200 litre|
|Hose Diameter||1 x 150 mm or 2 x 100 mm|
|Nett Weight||71 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||940 mm x 510 mm x 1,830 mm|
|Static Pressure||1,700 Pa|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||80 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Filter Performance||30 micron|
18 March 2018
2 Years on and no issuesUsed in DIY workshop on mixed woods. No problems on Axminster 305mm thicknesser & Planer, Jest 10" Table or Dewalt Radial Arm. Using with a 16A supply and no tripping issues.
24 February 2018
Electrical issueHaving the same electrical issue as everyone else with the extractor tripping the mains out, very frustrating and sadly out of warranty. Other than this its been a fantastic machine for me, relatively quiet and lots of suction
18 May 2016
Update after two yearsThe electrical issue I had is the same as Derek; it seems the capacitor or the brake to trip the mains.
2 May 2016
More motor problemsI bought this dust extractor just over 2 years ago and initially found it to be good value. It is quite and has a good air flow, working well with single machine. Mine is only a hobby shop now and so usage is probably less that 2 hours per week on average. Occasionally when turning the machine of it would trip the ELCD in the mains distribution panel, though not consistently. Yesterday however the fault went solid and any attempt to plug it in tripped the breaker.
Phil Temple - Temple Carpentry
23 February 2016
Not as good as people sayFor a long term review on this product, we have had it for around 3 years now. Daily use for probably 1 hour per week day. Used with MDF ad panel cutting. Bearing in the fan/motor was noisy after about a year, just outside of warranty. Axminster were unwilling to help. Now 3 years since purchase approx, today it has stopped working completely. Turns out, that the bearing in question cannot be replaced, thus rendering the item useless.