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Dust Right Wall-Mount Dust Collector, 1250 CFM

Enough power to plumb your whole shop, plus a Y-adapter inlet for multiple hoses and a remote for easy on/off from anywhere in your shop!

Item #
54352
Rating:
70% of 100

Our 1250 CFM wall-mount dust collector offers enough power for your whole shop, plus a Y-adapter inlet that lets you connect multiple tools or a 4'' flexible hose for shop cleanup. You'll spend less time attaching and detaching hoses, and more time making shavings. In addition, it comes standard with a remote so you can start and stop it from across your shop (9V battery not included). The unit mounts easily to the wall with keyhole slots, saving valuable floor space in your shop. The motor features a sealed shaft and bearings for quiet, long lasting operation. 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 of the bag makes emptying a breeze.

Features:

  • Y-adapter inlet and 1250 CFM let you connect multiple tools or hoses
  • Included remote provides easy on/off from anywhere in your shop
  • Wall-mount design collects dust while conserving floor space
  • Includes 30-micron bag with a clear ''bag full'' window and zippered closure for easy emptying
  • Optional Canister Filter (#54818, sold separately) filters down to 1 micron
  • Optional Replacement Bags (#55408, sold separately) filters down to 1 micron
  • (1) Dust Right Wall-Mount Dust Collector, 1250 CFM
  • (1) 30 Micron Bag
  • (1) Remote control
  • (1) Hardware pack
  • (1) Set of vibration-dampening shims
More Information
Brand Dust Right
Weight 86.5500
Tech Spec
  • Decibel Rating: 78 dB at 3m
  • Amps: 12
  • Volts: 110
  • Approximate Dimensions: 18''W x 19''D x 20''H (~62''H with bag attached)
  • Bag Capacity: 40 gallons (about 5.35 cubic feet)
  • Flow Rate: 1250 CFM
  • Filter Type: Bag
  • HP: 1.5 HP
  • Weight (lbs): 22.85 kg (50.4 lbs)
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Strong suction
Thou I have put this unit to any real test so far it seems to be well put together and of strong construction. I did have to make my own mount not because the one that comes with it dose not work but because of the location I want the unit to be at, my building is made of metal and I want it located between to roll up doors.
October 8, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Damaged Goods
I like the additional volume, however unit was packaged after it was damage so I had to repair bended parts and shift motor,, should of just send it back
October 19, 2019
Purchased
2 weeks ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Big CFM in a small package. Looks right for my small shop and limited equipment.
Gary Korosi F on Oct 10, 2019
I am really hoping this is as good as people said the smaller one was but with a lot more air movement! Maybe I should do a video review of this after using it a while.
A S on Sep 16, 2019
Big CFM in a small package. Looks right for my small shop and limited equipment.
Gary Korosi F on Oct 10, 2019
I chose the 1250 CFM model because I wanted the most suction for a tight budget.
John A on Sep 25, 2019
I am really hoping this is as good as people said the smaller one was but with a lot more air movement! Maybe I should do a video review of this after using it a while.
A S on Sep 16, 2019
strong power in a compact size for a small shop
Douglas W on Sep 12, 2019
wall mount with 1250 cfm.
Brett S on Jul 31, 2019
I chose the 1250 CFM model because I wanted the most suction for a tight budget.
John A on Sep 25, 2019
strong power in a compact size for a small shop
Douglas W on Sep 12, 2019
I am limited on vertical space. Can this be floor mounted?
Ron D on Jul 29, 2019
How are u pushing (or sucking I guess) 1250 CFM from a *1-1/2HP* dust collector motor?
Bort on Aug 30, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This is certainly achievable. Depends on RPM, displacement, motor efficiency, etc.
Is the motor on this 1250cfm model convertible to 220 volt?
MIKE K on Aug 27, 2019
Can you install the Dust Right Canister Filter for Rockler 650 CFM Wall Mount Dust Collector on the 1260 version? I was thinking about upgrading, but I don't want to have to purchase a brand new filter as well.
Corey J S on Sep 12, 2019
Dust Right Wall-Mount Dust Collector, 1250 CFM
Dust Right Wall-Mount Dust Collector, 1250 CFM
Dust Right Canister Filter for Rockler 650 CFM Wall Mount Dust Collector
Dust Right Canister Filter for Rockler 650 CFM Wall Mount Dust Collector
BEST ANSWER: Yes it attaches with no problem. My change over went very smooth and I like the ability to see how much sawdust is in the plastic bag that collects the sawdust.
Is it a 110 volt plug in normal outlet?
Larry on Sep 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes
Can this unit be used with a Dust Deputy?
Willie G on Sep 27, 2019
What is the weight of this product? Both 86.5 lbs and 50.4 lbs are listed above.
mdmccall2 on Aug 15, 2019
Has anyone tested the real life CFM on this yet?
Dan M on Sep 20, 2019
Any idea on the duty cycle of this? I'm thinking of using it with my CNC's which, on occasion, would require it to 4+ hours continuous.
John H on Sep 10, 2019
Can this unit be connected to ductwork for more permanent dust collection?
Phil A on Sep 20, 2019
BEST ANSWER: yes
Will my existing 650cfm dust canister fit onto 1250 outlet?
Marc C on Sep 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The output ports of these two are identical, so it should fit.
The vac comes with a remote. Is there a product line of others switches, such as remote gate switches that are compatible with the controls in this vac?
David A. T on Aug 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Not at this time
Does this have a 6" inlet or is it the Same as the 650cfm model?
Chad L on Aug 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The 1250 CFM Dust Collector utilizes a 6" inlet and includes a splitter to provide two 4" inlets.
Is there a fan curve graph that can be provided? Similar to another question that was asked, I am curious what happens to the CFM as the static pressure increases?
Brandon F on Oct 9, 2019
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product
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