Dust Right 650 CFM Wall-Mount Dust Collector with Canister Filter
By pairing an impressive flow rate of 650 CFM with a unique wall-mount design, this collector gobbles up dust at the source, without hogging up floor space. It mounts quickly and easily to the wall with a simple included Z-bracket. Plus, it's portable! Just set up additional Z-brackets (#21537, sold separately) around your shop to create dust-collection stations close to the tools you're working with. The comfortable foam-gripped handle makes transportation and setup a breeze. The motor features a sealed shaft and bearings for quiet, long lasting operation, and the inlet accepts standard 4'' hose. The collector includes a 30-micron bag with a clear window on the side so you can see whether it's full. A zipper in the bottom makes emptying a breeze.
- Collects dust while conserving floor space
- Can be moved around the shop with additional wall brackets (#21537, sold separately)
- Includes 30-micron bag with a clear ''bag full'' window and zippered closure for easy emptying
- Optional 5-micron bag (#20431, sold separately) offers finer particle retention
- Optional Canister Filter (#53522, sold separately) filters down to 1 micron
With this one simple upgrade, you'll increase the filtration of your Wall Mount Dust Collector by up to 30 times, giving the air quality in your shop a welcome boost. The premium pleated filter captures dust down to 1-micron in size, compared to 30 microns for the stock filter bag, and 5 microns for the upgraded filter bag. Better filtration amounts to better safety for your lungs. You also get the convenience of a crank-style filter cleaner—just turn the handle to clear dust off the pleats. Last but not least, the dust now drops neatly into an included plastic bag for easy emptying.
- Use with the Rockler Wall Mount Dust Collector (#42400, sold separately)
- Steel frame with fabric pleats on the inside
- Rubber gaskets for a tight seal to your collector
- Large handle rotates an agitator to clean dust off the pleats
- Agitator handle folds flat to minimize obstructions
- Strap clamp and plastic collection bag included
(1) Wall Mounting Z-Bracket
(1) 30 Micron Bag
(1) Canister Filter
(1) Mounting Bracket
(1) Plastic Dust Bag
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Now for he bad news - the instructions need to be revised. For starters it says the bolts and nuts are SAE threads they aren't they are metric. The pressed steel wrench you provide is metric and inadequate, I had to buy a metric socket set to do the install. That added $20 to the bill. The wrench is inadequate because the powder coat has gotten down into the treads. The wrench was worthless as the force required to over come the powder coat made the wrench slip. To overcome the powder coat required almost enough force to break the bolts but thankfully that did not happen.
Your directions on the assembly need to clarify when you stop talking about the drive unit and when you are talking about the filter. I missed the transition and had to back up several steps.
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1 year ago
Along with the adapter set I use it with my table saw, sliding miter saw and router. The saws tend to shoot some dust out of the range of the airflow, but overall the dust is vastly reduced.
It is very loud, but I always use hearing protection so it’s not a big deal.
I got the canister dust collector filter to minimize the escape.
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1 year ago
First of all this dust collector with a 4" hose (that is not included) and canister filter is 1000% absolutely worth the price. It has Plenty of draw and leaves nothing behind after my machine does its thing. The problem is that not all of the material collected just drops into the bag. It packs the pleats of the filter and reduces suction ability. Yes it has a handle that you turn to dislodge particles that are in the filter canister but it only gets loose maybe 5% of whats really packed in there. On top of that these types of mechanisms hurt the filter more than they help as it rubs the same place over and over.
After removing the canister twice to clean it (which is a total pain in the a$$) I decided to add to my dust collection system and put a duty deputy in front of the intake of the dust collection system. In my opinion this is THE ONLY way to run this system. The dust deputy catches 99.5% of everything before it even hits the filter. This includes a mixtire of hard and soft woods, mdf and plastics I have cut. I now have a setup that is effortless to service, never clogs, and never ceases to impress me with how well it collects.
The attached photos show the setup, the canister and contents of the dust deputy and the contents of what has made it into the bag of the Rockler dust collector after lots and lots of cutting. Only a tiny amount has made it past the dust deputy as you can see.
If I had to do it again, I would probably go for the 1200 cfm unit.
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Nothing in the included documents includes ANY of the above information. Stephen
Short answer: I would try to keep the hose to 12' for maximum efficiency. If you have a large shop you might want to consider the Dust Right 750 CFM Mobile Dust Collector.
Longer answer: It will depend on the type of ducting you use, flex hose is regarded as causing x3 or more times the pressure drop of a smooth duct. Also on the number of 90 deg, 45 deg. connectors that are used. Put simply you need to maintain an airspeed of something like 4,000ft/min in a duct for reliable transportation of heavier chips.
Even longer answer: Have a look at this great article. http://billpentz.com/woodworking/cyclone/dc_basics.php
WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.