Numatic NV750 Workshop Vacuum Extractor - 230V
Numatic NV750 Workshop Vacuum Extractor - 230V
£395.95 (£329.96 Ex. VAT)

Numatic NV750 Workshop Vacuum Extractor - 230V

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£395.95 (£329.96 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Numatic NV750 Workshop Vacuum Extractor - 230V
  • Numatic Hepaflo Filter Bags NVM-4BH - (Pkt 10)
  • Numatic 2.9m x 32mm Hose
  • Jet AFS-500 Air Filtration System
Total: £741.79

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Numatic NV750 Workshop Vacuum Extractor - 230V



Airflow Volume 2,500 litre/min
Corded or Cordless Corded
Filter Performance 99.95% >0.5 micron
Max Capacity Dry 35 litre
Model NV750
Motor Power 1,200 W
Nett Weight 11.2 kg
Overall L x W x H 450 mm diameter x 650 mm height
Rating Trade
Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K] 66 dB(A) [0.2 dB]
Suction 23.5 kPa
Voltage 230 V
Reviews (9)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.8 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



17 July 2014

Quiet and powerful

This extractor really sucks.
It's vastly more powerful than the domestic vacuum I have been using and the hose diameter is large enough to suck up heaps of shavings from a hand plane and even small offcuts without any difficulty. It will also suck up workpieces, screws, router cutters, pets and small children, so be careful!
A handy discovery was that a spare length of 50mm drain pipe left over from guttering my shed fits perfectly into the flexible cuff, meaning I can get to all the crusty bits under my benches or vacuum the workshop floor without bending down.
I've not given it five stars for features because the 'accessories' consist of a fat hose and a foot of metal tube. The hose is an odd diameter so it's too small to fit 100mm dust extraction ducts but too big to fit any hand tools. Buying a Numatic 38mm vacuum hose solved the second problem, but cost an extra £20, and I still need to adapt the nozzle down to fit my tools.
The real big plus of this extractor is the astonishingly low noise level it produces. It really is quiet - the whoosh of the air going in the nozzle is louder than the motor. I can comfortably leave it switched on without annoying the neighbours and it doesn't drown out my iPod speakers. That's a big plus because it means I can leave it running even when I'm hand planing or sanding and the big nozzle will keep the bench clear.
Whilst a dust extractor is not exactly the most glamorous of workshop tools, this one I'm very happy with.


8 May 2014

Pleased with my purchase

After much research, I decided to buy a Numatic dust extractor. Not only does the NV750 get good reviews, but owing a Numatic Henry vacuum cleaner meant I had already developed a bias towards Numatic products.

I have not been disappointed. I have given my new extractor a good work out while on a loft conversion project. It sucked up loads of brick and mortar dust when I knocked a doorway through a cavity wall. Connected to my circular saw, it allows virtually no sawdust to escape. It also makes a pretty awesome vacuum cleaner with the right attachments.

It is solidly built, and pleasingly quiet. It seems able to pick up a lot of material without losing suction, An added bonus is that the Henry vacuum cleaner hose and attachments are fully compatible (though my swiping those bits does annoy my other half!).

The lead is very long - in fact I have not had it fully unwound yet! I do like it when a power tool manufacturer doesn't try to save a few pence by supplying an annoyingly short lead!!!

All in all a great bit of kit. It's not cheap, but it is very good value for money in my opinion.

Thumbs up too to Axminster for yet another trouble-free purchase and delivery.

Dave Eyley

26 August 2013

Very good extradctor

I have a 18' X 8' workshop. I do all the woody stuff at one end and clean stuff, electronics/computers at the other. I use the bags as I thought this would get me the cleanest results. Well, after a day on the table saw and router I had no dust in the air or on the clean stuff.

One thing: The instructions, although quite simple. show some of the same pics for both filter options. A bit confusing when setting up for the first time. The inner cut filter pic appears at the end of both instructions but isn't included in the dust bag option.
A case of not cutting and pasting pictures correctly.

But the extractor is very good. Expensive but there's not much else that's cheaper that is any good.

Anthony Thompson

21 January 2013

Good extractor but check your requirements

I have to say I'm both delighted and somewhat disappointed with mine.

Firstly its very quiet, one of the best I've heard in this regard. Simple to empty and you get a nice long cable as standard so no extension required. There's no cable tidy but I've found wrapping it around the motor housing section of the drum works well enough. The build quality is faultless.

For power tools this is perfect, more than enough performance to get the dust and chips produced by these machines. Also brilliant for general clean up work around the shop.

Now to the bad. It doesn't quite have the suction capacity to handle the dust produced by my CNC router. It gets about 60% of it I'd guess but the rest is thrown out dust shoe. I was advised by Axminster tech support this model would be capable enough but its not in my opinion.

I can't knock the extractor as its a good product but am disappointed in Axminster support. Wish I'd gone for the twin motor version of the same machine.

Mike Waldt

4 January 2012

Worth Every Penny

In short...quiet, loads of suction,a must for the smaller workshop. I hooked it up with the Bendy Hose for my lathe, and it is really effecient.

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