How to buy a dust collector
A dust collector has two simple jobs: pulling debris from your machines and filtering out tiny, unhealthy dust particles. But choosing a dust collector can be anything but simple—deciphering airflow charts, calculating static pressure losses and CFM, analyzing fan curve graphs, and finding reliable performance data for each machine. We've stripped away the mumbo-jumbo to show you what you real need to know to find the right unit for your shop.
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