Suction power is never an issue with Laguna's 2HP Mobile Cyclone Dust Collector! Allows the wood particles and dust to be separated from the air stream before going to the pleated cartridge filter.
- Dust and debris is collected in a 29 gallon metal collection drum
- Quick-release collection drum with separate wheels for quick and easy emptying
- Wireless Remote Control to start the machine from anywhere in your shop
- Note: Direct Ship Item -- Shipped directly from manufacturer
- Must be shipped within 48 Contiguous United States
- Estimated Delivery time: 7-10 business days.
- 25% restocking fee on all returned merchandise. Please call customer service before returning product.
- Allows wood particles and dust to be separated from the air stream before going to the pleated cartridge filter
- Superior dust collection and air filtration so that the wood particles do not pass through the efficient fan unit
- Dust is collected in a 29 gallon metal collection drum which features quick release and separate wheels for quick and easy emptying
- Includes a quick-release handle that makes it quick and easy to empty and remove the pleated filter
- Negative pressure hose is fed to the bottom of the drum to ensure the plastic bag remains inside the drum
- Remote control allows you to start the machine from anywhere in the shop saving you time and steps
- Industrial casters allow this machine to move easily around your shop
- Very quiet operation, protecting your ears as well as your lungs
- Motor: 2 HP TEFC
- 220 Volt
- Filter: Spun-bond polyester - Filters 99.9% of particles to 1 micron
- Suction: 1450 CFM-14.8" Static Pressure
- Inlet: 8" inlet - 2 x 4" splitter included
- Capacity: 29 Gallon
- Sound rating: 74dB
- Weight: 205 lb. / 255 lb. shipping
- Size: 36" X 26" X 70"
- Footprint: 26"W x 36"L x 74"H
- 20 Amp breaker recommended
|Manufacturer Part Number||MDC0560|
4 Review(s)View All
Nice guiet machine does the job...Posted April 27, 2013
This is a huge upgrade over...Posted October 25, 2011
I owned a 2HP Dust Gorilla....Posted November 12, 2012