Cyclone filters: the front seperator of dust

Cyclone filter systems function as a pre-separator, capturing the dust before it reaches the vacuum cleaner. Up to 99,99% of the dust is captured and therefore does not end up in the vacuum cleaner itself.

Cyclone filter systems separate the dust by creating a vacuum in a dustbin. This vacuum draws the dust through the side entrance of the cyclone filter. Because the cyclone filter has a twisted interior, this swirling motion pushes the sucked-up dust to the outer edge. This phenomenon is also known as centrifugal force or centripetal force. Due to the vacuum in the dustbin, the swirling dust is pulled downwards. The centrifugal forces and the vacuum work together to create a miniature whirlwind (cyclone), thus separating the dust from the air. As the dust is heavier than the air, only the dust is drawn to the bottom of the collection container. The cleaner air (up to 99,99% cleaner) exits the filter system through the upper outlet.


  • Replace expensive vacuum cleaner bags much less often, because almost all the dust ends up in the dustbin;
  • Continuous maximum suction power, because the vacuum cleaner bag hardly fills up;
  • Being able to work longer due to the larger dustbin compared to vacuum cleaner bags;
  • Longer life of the vacuum cleaner due to less wear and tear on the vacuum cleaner motor.


Cyclone filter systems can be used for all activities involving the release of dust. Consider, for example:
  • Saw table;
  • Mitre saw;
  • Milling in floors and walls;
  • Blasting cabinet;
  • Sander;
  • Router;
  • And many other applications.

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