Jet 1.5 HP Dust Collector

Average reader rating
out of 5


• Industrial-quality construction effectively handles collection of wood chips and sawdust
• Single-stage design for economical and quiet operation
• Industrial controls designed for years of trouble-free use
• Quick-connect collection bags with elastic band for fast, easy installation and removal
• High air velocity (CFM) design stands up to any competitive specifications
• Permanently lubricated, totally enclosed, fan-cooled motors are rated for continuous-duty
• Includes four casters for maneuverability and total portability
• Overall Dimensions: 37 x 22.5 x 79"
• Weight: 124 lbs.
• Blower Wheel Diameter: 11"
• Sound Rating: 70 - 80 dB
• 1-Hose Connection Diameter: 6"
• 2-Hoses Connection Diameter: 4"
• Bag Diameter: 20"
• Filter Bag Length: 32"
• Collection Bag Capacity: 5.3 cubic feet
• Collection Bag Length: 30"
• Airflow @ 4": 1,100 cu.ft/min
• Static Pressure: 10½" of water
• Particle Size (Micron): 96% of 30 micron particles
• Motor Power: 1½ HP
• Motor Phase: 1 Ph
• Motor Voltage: 115 / 230 V
• Prewired Voltage: 115 V
• Motor Current: 11 / 5.5 A

Reader Reviews

Nice, beginning dust collection system

Review Summary

Got one of these as part of my planer purchase from Craigslist, and used it for about 18 months before opting for a larger system when I was upgrading my shop.
I wanted to stop having hoses running across the floor, and mover to an Oneida system earlier this year, which I will add a review for after this one. This collector worked fine for single tools, and did a respectable job of collecting dust, but I found the emptying of the bag to be a fairly messy process, with the spring bag method of securing not the easiest to manage. The unit is noisy, but delivers good pickup power. Cleaning the top bag is not very easy, but not terrible. Overall, as I stated earlier, a good system for the small shop. Make sure you wear hearing protection, and make sure the bags are securely connected so you don't end up in a "cloud of dust".

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