Grizzly G0785 - Wall-Mount Dust Collector with Canister Filter
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- Motor: 1 HP, 120V/240V (prewired 120V), 7A/3.5A
- Air suction capacity: 537 CFM
- Static pressure: 7.2"
- Filter rating: 1 micron
- Bag capacity: 1.5 cubic feet
- Intake hole size: 4"
- Impeller: 10" balanced cast aluminum radial fin
- Canister filter size (diameter x length): 15" x 16-3/16"
- Height with bag inflated: 46"
- Approximate shipping weight: 62 lbs.
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6 Customer Reviews (4.5 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review
just received this (time will tell its reliability)
very nice design, it is a wall mount unit. I made a portable cart, and added a BRUTE RUBBERMAID garbage can as a cyclone dust collector for PRE-dust collector.
the combination works very well, and has a compact floor footprint; the cart is 30 inches long by 15 nches wide.
all parts were included (one of the mpounting plate threads were stripped out, i drilled it out and added a 1/4 -20 bolt, that worked very well)
the canister attached well, and has a cleaning paddle in the canister, and the plastic bag attached well.
with my cyclone pre-dust collector, and test cuts, there is no dust in the bag yet, and the cyclone garbage can is picking up this dust
overall, very satisfied with this
Great suction with a reasonable noise level. I converted my small ground level bedroom into a wood shop. I needed a wall mounted dust collector that was both effective and quiet. This unit fit the bill.
So glad I did my research and decided on this dust collector. This is a quality well built machine. Finally have it running in my small shop and couldn't be happier with the performance!
I have this unit connected to a grizzly edge sander and band saw using one splitter and the hose run is less than four feet. This unit provides strong suction even with a splitter and two blast gates. The assembly was easy. I mounted mine to a frame I made so I was easily able to mount the unit. So after about a month of use I suggest it for a short run to no more than two reasonably close machines.\r\n\r\nMy only complaint is that the bag is a pain to attach but that is true for any bag unit. Especially for one mounted.