Grizzly   |  Model: G1030Z2P
3 HP Dust Collector with Aluminum Impeller - Polar Bear Series
Reg: $459.95
Price: $425.00
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Grizzly G1030Z2P - 3 HP Dust Collector with Aluminum Impeller - Polar Bear Series

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    This is the same machine as our G1030Z2, but with the hugely popular Polar Bear color scheme and an aluminum impeller! This 3 HP Dust Collector is designed to capture dust and wood chips from multiple woodworking machines at the same time.

    CSA certified meeting CAN/CSA C22.2 #243-M91; UL 1017-4th standards!

  • Motor: 3HP, 240V, single-phase, 3450 RPM
  • Motor amp draw: 12A
  • Air suction capacity: 2300 CFM
  • Static pressure: 16.7"
  • 7" inlet has removable "Y" fitting with three 4" openings
  • Impeller: 12-3/4" cast aluminum
  • Bag capacity: 11.4 cubic feet
  • Standard bag filtration: 2.5 micron
  • Portable base size: 21-1/2" x 49-1/2"
  • Bag size (dia. x depth): 19-1/2" x 33"
  • Lower bags: Plastic
  • Powder coated paint
  • Height with bags inflated: 78"
  • Approximate shipping weight: 170 lbs.

    Optional Replacement Bags: G5556 Upper Bag; T20543 Lower Bag

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    realy nice dust collector
    5/ 5stars

    I bought this because my 2hp could not pull thru a cyclone that I added fast enough\r\napparently I bought too big of a cyclone because the this three hp does better but still not enough\r\npiped both the 2hp and 3 hp to a tee on top of the cyclone, \r\nboth machines plug into the same receptacle which is automatically turned on by the saws, etc in my shop\r\nNOW the cyclone really works good, packs the dust in the bag underneath it\r\nI would recommend buying this dust collector with the better filters to use by itself. \r\nAs this is what I wish I had done instead of buying a cyclone and then running two dust collectors to make it work right(two much air flow wasted in the cyclone) \r\n

    5/ 5stars

    The upper bags load up with dust and reduces the suction tremendous. Dust collects on the metal edge inside the bag and doesn't fall into the bottom bag. Have to clean the upper bags too often. Not happy with it.

    Great product
    5/ 5stars

    I bought this dust collector to replace another brand that wore out got it hooked up and have used it a couple times, it really has a lot more suction than the old one. I'm 100 %satisfied with this purchase as I am with the other grizzly products that I own.

    Works fine, plenty of suction.
    4/ 5stars

    Bought this one to add to my existing system which was a G1029 rated @ 1600CFM and a 2HP motor,12" impeller. I need more power to accommodate my 4-head moulder which generates a tremendous volume of chips. This one is rated @ 2300CFM, 3HP with a 12.75" impeller and is set up to operate in parallel with the original collector connected to the 2 ports ejecting fewer chips and the bigger one taking the majority from the other 2 ports. I also use the larger one to evacuate chips from my 20" planer and the smaller one for the jointer, table saw, shaper or straight line rip saw. This works great as I can run one or the other or both simultaneously for whatever is needed without using a ton of power.

    No problems
    5/ 5stars

    We had to wait two months for delivery, but we knew that when we ordered. Box arrived, assembled quickly and works great.

    Excellent airflow, inlet and switch placement could be improved
    5/ 5stars

    I love how much airflow I get out of this thing, especially after I dumped the 3x 4in inlet and am now piping air through 7" ducting. The whole unit came together easily. My only problems with the unit is the placement of the switch, and the inlet. I would like the outlet at the end of the whole cart, rather than in the middle of the long side. The switch is mounted right on the motor, which means I have to bend down to turn on the unit. When I hooked hose straight to the inlet, I had to reach behind the unit to turn it on. If it was mounted on a plate above the wye of the outlet, it would improve it. Ideally the inlet would be on the end of the cart, as I say, because now I have to keep the whole unit about a foot away from the wall to make room for a 7" elbow.

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