The filter system filters up to 95% of all the dust and therefor won’t end up in the dust bag of the vacuum cleaner. Result: far less replacing of dust bags which saves a lot of money, retain longer full suction power, and extend the life span of the vacuum cleaner because of less wear and tear on the engine.
Filter set L-60 is a complete filter set consisting of cyclone filter model L, the 60 liter metal dust bin, and a vacuum hose of your choice.
The rubber gasket between the base of the filter and the lid of the dustbin ensures an airtight connection. Filter systems without a rubber gasket run the risk of leaking air through the cracks between the base of the filter and the lid of the dustbin which would negatively impact the performance of the filter system.
The dust bin has a clamping lid and is airtight due to a rubber seal in the lid. Because the dust bin has two reinforcement rings, it cannot collapse under vacuum pressure. Something that often happens with weak metal barrels and plastic buckets (see photo). The set includes a vacuum hose of your choice: 58mm pvc or 58mm polyurethane. There are two lengths: 5 meter and 10 meter. Both hoses come with a 58mm nozzle.
Does the 58mm nozzle not fit in the dust ports of your machines? Then there are several types of hose adapters that can be ordered seperately. The 58mm nozzle can be reduces to fit smaller dust ports with the use of the 58mm>35mm hose adapter.
The 58mm>35mm hose nozzle also makes the 58mm nozzle comptabile with other hose adapters.
- Hose adapter 35mm>32mm;
- Hose adapter 35mm>20mm;
- Bosch/Festool hose adapter;
- Universal four-stage hose adapter;
- Universal five-stage hose adapter;
- Discount set: 3 x universal five-stage hose adapter.
The 58mm vacuum hose can be connected to cyclone filter model L by using the L reducer kit. The kit consists of a 75mm>50mm reducer, and a 50mm connector with hose clamp. The reducer reduces the inside diameter of the filter from 75 mm to 50 mm. Next, the 50mm connector slides halfway into the 50mm opening of the reducer. Because the included vacuum hose has an inner diameter of 50 mm, it slides over the 50mm connector. With the included hose clamp the hose can be securely attached.
To be used with dust extraction:
- Table saw;
- Sand blast cabinet;
- Mitre saw;
- Wall and floor grinder;
- CNC router;
- Vacuuming of (construction) floors;
- And many other applications.
- Filter set L-60 with 3 meter polyurethane vacuum hose;
- Filter set L-60 with 6 meter polyurethane vacuum hose.
- Filters up to 95%;
- Airflow: 630m3/h maximum | 400m3/h minimum;
- Inlet/outlet: outer diameter 83mm | inner diameter 75mm;
- Height: 980mm;
- Width: 400mm.
- Cyclone filter model L;
- Metal dust bin 60 liter;
- Rubber gasket;
- 58mm polyurethane vacuum hose of your choice. Lentgh: 3 meter or 6 meter;
- 58mm nozzle;
- 75mm>50mm reducer;
- 50mm standard connector;
- 1 x hose clamp: range 40mm till 64mm;
- 1 x hose clamp: range 76mm till 92mm;
- The polyurethane vacuum hose owes its great flexibility to the copper spiral. Because the copper is wound into a long spiral, the hose will contract about 20% when in ‘rest position’. A hose of, for example, 6 meters is therefore 4,8 meters in rest position. The vacuum hose can easily be stretched to its 5 meters and will spring back when in rest position.
- Although the polyurethane 58mm vacuum hose is many times stronger than the PVC vacuum hose, it is advisable to opt for the PVC vacuum hose when filtering out sharp material (including glass, metal, and sharp stone grit). This is because the PVC suction hose has a smooth inside walls, so that abrasion wear is less likely to occur. The polyurethane hose is not smooth on the inside and therefore more suitable for wood chips and other not too abrasive material.
- All vacuum hoses are cut to size by ourselves. Because custom work is manual work, the actual length of the suction hose may be slightly different. We use a margin of 2%: a suction hose of 1 meter can therefore be 2 centimeters longer or shorter.
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