Cyclone filter model L filters up to 95% of all the dust and therefor won’t end up in the dust bag of the vacuum cleaner. With the use of a vacuum hose the side inlet of the cyclone filter is connected to the dust port of a machine, for example the dust port of a table saw or a sander. Your own vacuum cleaner is connected to the top inlet of the filter. Because of the bigger size of this cyclone filter only industrial vacuum cleaners and air extraction systems are suitable. The cyclone filter functions as a dust collector / pre-separator, so that almost all dust is filtered out and thus does not end up in the vacuum cleaner itself.
- Replace far fewer vacuum cleaner bags;
- Continuous maximum suction power;
- Work longer with the use of a larger dustbin;
- Even cleaner workshop;
- Longer lifespan of the vacuum cleaner due to less wear and tear on the engine.
Cyclone filter model L has a downwards rotated side inlet which pulls the dust more effective into the dust bin. The cyclone filter has a black flange for easy mounting onto a dust bin. The flange is detachable so it can easily be used to mark the necessary cutouts onto the lid of a dust bin.
For an airtight connection of the cyclone filter on a dust bin you can use a rubber gasket which can be ordered in combination with the cyclone filter. Filters systems without a rubber gasket run the risk of letting air through the cracks between the base plate and the lid of the dust bin. In that case the result will be a loss of vacuum power and a loss of efficiency of the filter system.
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.
- 58mm vacuum hose. To connect a 58mm vacuum hose onto cyclone filter model L you need the L reducer kit. The kit consists of the 75mm>50mm reducer plus the 50mm connector with hose clamp. The 75mm>50mm reducer slides into the side inlet of the filter. The 50mm connector then slides halfway into the 75mm>50mm reducer. The 58mm hose slides over the connector and is secured with the hose clamp. In schematic order: Cyclone filter L <– reducer <– connector <– 58mm vacuum hose.
- 46mm vacuum hose. To connect a 46mm vacuum hose onto cyclone filter model L you need a 75mm>50mm reducer and a 50mm standard connector. The 75mm>50mm reducer slides into the side inlet of the filter. The 50mm connector then slides halfway into the 75mm>50mm reducer. The 46mm hose slides into the connector. In schematic order: Cyclone filter L <– reducer <– connector <– 46mm vacuum hose.
- Ready-to-go 5 meter vacuum hose. To connect the ready-to-go vacuum hose onto cyclone filter model L you need 75mm>50mm reducer and a 50mm connector with gasket. The 75mm>50mm reducer slides into the side inlet of the filter. The 50mm connector then slides halfway into the 75mm>50mm reducer. The rotating connector piece of the ready-to-go vacuum hose then slides over de 50mm connector with gasket for an airtight connection. In schematic order: Cyclone filter L <– reducer <– connector with gasket<– ready-to-go 5 meter vacuum hose.
- Filters up to 95%;
- Airflow: 630m3/h maximum | 400m3/h minimum;
- Inlet/outlet: outer diameter 83mm | inner diameter 75mm;
- Colour: White;
- Material: ABS;
- Weight: 1600 gram.
- Cyclone filter L;
- Black flange;
- 2 x hose clamp: range 76mm to 92mm;
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