This ruggedly made extractor is designed for extended workshop use. Offering industrial quality construction and exceptional wood chip and sawdust extraction performance, 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 and diverting the waste into the collecting bag. The base is fitted with castors for easy mobility around the workshop. The 150mm inlet can be connected direct to a ducted system, but also supplied is a twin branch 100mm adaptor, allowing connection to either one or two machines. This machine has been 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 for use when collecting chips and course dusts. Supplied without a hose. Please note, this machine uses waste sack size - 785 x 940mm (410241).
|Airflow||1,100 m³/hr @ 100 mm / 1,620 m³/hr @ 150 mm|
|Bag Capacity||200 litre|
|Filter Performance||30 micron|
|Hose Diameter||1 x 150 mm or 2 x 100 mm|
|Nett Weight||75 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||940 mm x 510 mm x 1,830 mm|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||80 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Static Pressure||1,700 Pa|
28 February 2018
ExcellentBest piece of safety equipment I ever bought. I agree with other reviewers that the assembly is a bit flimsy when built but how often do you need to move it? Mine stays tucked in the corner, connected to the high-level 100 mm pipes around the workshop. The 2x100 mm inlets stick out a fair way and by the time you've got elbows on them, the machine is beginning to take up quite a bit more floor area. The insert in the main inlet, designed to stop big stuff accidentally hitting the fan is a pain, as it hangs on to bunches of shavings, which then need clearing by taking off the front. I removed it and am very careful not to suck up bit of wood etc. In a small-ish workshop, it's not quiet but that applies to most of the machinery you'd use it with, so ear defenders would be in use anyway. The cost of a replacement filter cartridge is frightening, so I'm careful to look after this one by regularly using the rotating dust remover.
27 February 2017
Jet dust extractionFor .....Good price , great dust extraction , very quiet , easy to assemble .
3 December 2016
Delighted with this machineI've been agonising over which extractor to purchase for months. I finally plumped for this machine based on air flow and the filter cartridge. It's the business! On the downside, the flex is way too short and the three steel uprights that hold up the canister are pretty flimsy, making the machine feel a bit cheap. However, the motor is awesome and the filter cartridge is excellent. Surely the filter cartridges will lead to the extinction of the fine dust leaking bags? They should do, because that's the stuff the causes all the damage. Highly recommended.
22 October 2012
Done and dustedIt is hard to spend hard earned money on a dust extractor when there are so many more fun tools to buy. But this was an essential purchase for me with my old extractor not coping with all of the sanding power that I have installed. The extractor is quite big and heavy but it works like a dream. Cranked it up and the dust came out of the ducting in large amounts which the old extractor had left behind. Takes a couple of hours to assemble at the machine at the outside. The on/off switches are placed very low down near the fan. The good news is that these are NOT no current devices so you can switch the maching on and off at the socket. Overall very impressive with the extra dust cannister.