New garage/shop toy!!

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    4spdragtop Well-Known Member

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    I finally had enough of the dust my sandblasting was making and I bit the bullet and went and bought this...2HP, 1800 cfm 5" single inlet and a Y adapter to 2 4" inlets...that should keep the dust down!!
     

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    dodge71demon Well-Known Member

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    I hope it work it's designed for wood may be to much??
    Don't know good luck
     
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    I hope it works for you.
     
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    Got it from Princess Auto, it says good for automotive use. It also comes with lifetime warranty. Couldnt go wrong really I dont think.
     
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    Good investment, dust will kill your azz.
    Carefull, that thing might suck an arm off:D
     
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    What size particle will that filter? Will you be doing a lot of sandblasting? Did they give you any advise on cleaning the bag so that it operates efficiently and as it should?
    It would be a dirty job to turn the bag inside out and blow air through it like we do with a regular vacuum filter. Maybe you could turn it inside out and vacuum it with the regular shop vac?
    Good luck with it, let us know how it works out.
    C
     
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    Is the dust coming from your cabinet or the vent! I had planned on venting mine to the outdoors connected to a big shop vac.:banghead:
     
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    Snake Mopar Nut

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    No more dust in the wind or the lungs,nice Addison.
     
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    My redneck booth leaks like an 80 yr old bladder, so the rest of the shop is getting covered in dust. I had a shop vac hooked to my cabinet and it burned one out already, and on the 2nd one now. I can adapt the inlet down to fit my cabinet and also run duct work to the "booth". I'll take a look at the instructions to see about micron rating and how to empty it.
     
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