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How to buy a dust collector

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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 really need to know to find the right unit for your shop.

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