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Jet DC-1200VX-CK1 Dust Collector, 2HP 1PH 230V, 2-Micron Canister Kit (710702K)

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45636

The JET DC-1200VX features the exclusive Vortex Cone™ which improves chip separation to prevent clogging of the filter, and increases packing efficiency of the collector bag. The high air velocity (CFM) stands up to any competitive specifications, and the industrial controls are designed for years of durable use. Collection bags have a snap ring for fast installation and removal. Casters offer maneuverability within the shop.

Features:
  • Vortex Cone improves chip separation and collector bag packing efficiency
  • Eliminates premature filter clogging for sustained performance
  • Single-stage design for economical and quiet operation
  • Industrial controls designed for years of trouble-free use
  • Quick-connect collection bags with elastic band for fast, easy installation and removal
  • High air velocity (CFM) design stands up to any competitive specifications
  • Permanently lubricated, totally enclosed, fan-cooled motors are rated for continuous-duty
  • There is an additional $75.00 shipping charge for this item.
  • Ships directly from the manufacturer.
  • Must be shipped within 48 Contiguous United States.
  • Estimated Delivery time: 15 business days.
  • 15% restocking fee on all returned merchandise.
  • The carrier will need to know if delivery is to a residential address. There is no charge for this
  • Please call customer service before returning product.
(1) Jet DC-1200VX-CK1 Dust Collector, 2HP 1PH 230V, 2-Micron Canister Kit (710702K)
More Information
Brand Jet
Manufacturer Part Number 710702K
Weight 0.0000
Tech Spec
Tech Docs N/A
Amps 8
Sound Rating 80 - 85 dB
Volts 230
Height 39"
Length 37-1/2"
Width 22-1/2"
Warranty 5 Year
Capacity 5.3 Cubic Feet
Flow Rate 1200 CFM
Filter Type Canister
HP 2 HP
Prop 65 Warning WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product
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Rockler Store
Great reviews on 1100 vx model (most popular since 115v), and one great review on this 1200vx model (although none on Rockler...?). Just built a shop with 230v and figured the extra 1/2 hp was worth just a few more dollars. This will be a big jump up from my current 600 cfm delta collector, can't wait to use it.
Jeff D on Sep 4, 2015
Great reviews on 1100 vx model (most popular since 115v), and one great review on this 1200vx model (although none on Rockler...?). Just built a shop with 230v and figured the extra 1/2 hp was worth just a few more dollars. This will be a big jump up from my current 600 cfm delta collector, can't wait to use it.
Jeff D on Sep 4, 2015
solves my dust issues
Just Mike on Aug 12, 2015
solves my dust issues
Just Mike on Aug 12, 2015
Should a cyclone or trash can separator be placed before this unit to capture the big wood chips or can the impellers handle large wood chips from a planar or jointer?
Thomas S on Feb 24, 2018
I see that it is rated for 230 volts. I have 240 volts in my area, Is a stepdown unit required to accommodate this unit? Also what are the dimensions (footprint)?
Duckmeister on Oct 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, to my understanding, it's all the same: 220v/230v/240v... The box is telling you that it supports all three of those options. What's more important; is that you have a fuse that corresponds to manufacturers requirements i.e. 30 amps. You'll have to double check that number with the specs also, look for dimensions there. It's roughly the footprint of a floor type drill press or bandsaw. It's the hose connection position that increases the foot print a litte...
What are the pros and cons of having canister vs bag filtration?
Brad C on May 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Although the canister looks large and it increases the overall perceived size of the unit. I didn't want to hassle with the cloth bags because they're dusty/messy/ inefficient things gat need to be washed periodically. The canister has a hand crank with a set of flaps on the inside that knock the built up sawdust off. They recommend spinning it after every twenty minutes of use which isn't that often because I'm not running a production shop. Suppose if I really wanted I could vacuum and wash the canister out. Maybe I should call the manufacturer and find out if the filter material could tolerate water so I could wash it out with a hose and let dry? The filter looks sturdy enough? I just wanted something that had the power to take the dust away from large tools in my garage shop. And because, at least in part, the principal is based on larger the industrial models that have a long life filter that is stationary and has scrubbers. Eery filter is going to clog with micron sized particles eventually and loose efficiency. I don't have long runs - I hook each tool up individually so I'm not really concerned with the loss of efficiency. Knocking sawdust loose seams sufficient for my needs.
How far can I run a hose and be effective, and how many machines can I hook up at one time?
Patrick M on Nov 12, 2017