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Item #: G0860
Model # G0860
If your shop is tight for space and you need the flexibility of a portable dust collector, look no further than the G0860 1.5 HP Cyclone. This compact unit features an impressive 868 CFM and up to 9.7" of static pressure - perfect for handling up to two large machines at once. The 20 gallon collection drum with quick release handle catches large particulate for quick and clean bag changes, and the pleated 1-micron filter captures remaining dust as part of this super efficient two stage separation system. All this, and it features a wireless remote! The G0860 1.5 HP Cyclone Dust Collector is part of our new lineup of affordable, high efficiency cyclones, and is sure to be a perfection addition to your shop!

Made in an ISO 9001 Factory


  • Motor: 1.5 HP, 110V, single phase, 3450 RPM, 15A
  • Intake hole size: 6"
  • Impeller: 12.75" welded steel
  • Filtration: 1 micron
  • Collection drum capacity: 20 gallons
  • Max airflow: 868 CFM
  • Max static pressure: 9.7"
  • Approximate shipping weight: 278 lbs.

    G0860 FEATURES
  • Includes collection drum with quick-release handle for easy disposal
  • Two stage operation for ultimate dust collection
  • Powder coated paint
  • Swivel casters
  • Includes wireless remote control
  • Lift handle and roll drum for easy sawdust disposal
  • Pleated filter with paddle brushes and rank handle for max air flow efficiency
  • Unique vacuum equalizer built into collection drum for use with disposable plastic bags
  • Wireless remote so you can turn it on from anywhere in your shop

    Made in an ISO 9001 factory

  • Reviews

    22 Customer Reviews (4.8 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

    Anonymous Reviewer
    Good product even though some of thenuts & bolts were missing. 10/12/2019 11:01:20 AM

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    Robert Y
    Great Machine, well worth the investment 10/04/2019 2:35:11 AM

    Great dust collector, so glad that I finally was able to purchase it. I researched it and waited too buy it and so glad that I finally did. I read the reviews on some people complaining about having to re-tap all the screw holes, due to excessive paint. But I had no problems putting it together. But you do need at least 2 extra people to help you lift the motor and motor housing. good investment and so far does the job that I bought it for with no problem.

    Anonymous Reviewer
    Great system 09/01/2019 4:34:11 PM

    I have had the DC for about a month now and I love it!! I generally have it attached to 1 tool at a time and it works great. I have a table saw, 8" jointer, 16/32 sander, and a 20" planer and it easily handles all of them. I love the remote too. If there is a downfall its that its a bit loud. I highly recommend!!!!

    Anonymous Reviewer
    08/22/2019 5:17:49 PM

    This has been useful on my CNC machine. It is load, but that's ok because the CNC and it's associated vacuum motors are very noisy. A CNC environment is just load.

    Anonymous Reviewer
    08/13/2019 1:08:20 AM

    Bought this dust collector after reading all the reviews on 110 volts & 1.5 HP motor, instructions for Assembly ok could be better, took about 3 hours, ok Performance ,runs very smooth plenty of suction for two machines if I had one complaint it would be noise, overall dust in the shop is down to a minimum.

    William M
    Love This Dust Collector! 07/12/2019 9:44:11 PM

    I was in the market for an effective dust collector for my small garage space shop area. It also had to be affordable to meet my needs as an occasional woodworker. After deciding on this model and ordering it, the machine was shipped and delivered in less than a week. It took several hours to assemble and the help of one of my buddies to lift the motor in place (highly recommended). I also spent time tapping out all of the threads to receive the 5/16"x18 bolts as recommended by other reviewers due to the heavy paint deposits (again highly recommended). I am very pleased with the performance of the machine. It required a dedicated circuit and an upgrade to a 30A fuse to prevent the breaker from tripping on start up. I run this with a 6" hose from the machine, reduced to a short section of 4" at the tool with a quick disconnect fitting. I move the dust collector hose from machine to machine as needed, due to my small shop space, the need to have tools be mobile, and my specific set up. Excellent dust collector for my needs and is even more so given the price and overall value. Highly recommended.

    Anonymous Reviewer
    07/09/2019 5:00:38 PM

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    Anonymous Reviewer
    The G0860 Dust Collector works great for my needs 06/22/2019 1:11:40 AM

    I keep all my woodworking tools crammed into half of a two car garage. When I want to use them I have to move the car out of the other half and pull out whatever tools I need to use that day. When finished I have to clean up and move the car back in by the end of the day. This dust collector has drastically reduced the amount of sawdust cleanup I have to do. It fits nicely in the back corner of the garage. I also have a Grizzly 17" bandsaw, 8" jointer and track saw in my tool collection.

    Anonymous Reviewer
    06/14/2019 8:46:48 PM

    Ordered this machine on 4-9-19 was on back order was shipped on 5-15-19 came ups frieght with tail gate service came un damaged . The problem I had was I wired it up just like book said and it would trip the breaker . I called tech support they advised to go to 30 amp breaker and #10-2 wire works fine now tech said they will address this issue. Other than that runs great.

    Val Z
    06/01/2019 12:29:40 PM

    Perfect for the size of my workshop which is a small 2 car garage with low ceiling.

    Rus S
    Works well 05/30/2019 3:28:19 PM

    Works well after solving the electrical problem of not running on a 20amp breaker. Went to 30 amp breaker and all works well.

    Anonymous Reviewer
    05/30/2019 11:13:30 AM

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    Randal W
    05/18/2019 12:40:38 PM

    Went together real well not as quiet as I thought it should have been but still real satisfied

    Russel O
    Don't own this but wish I did 05/01/2019 12:27:21 PM

    I can tell from the images how well this is designed. I spent several weeks converting my single stage G8027 into the equivalent of this G0860 system so I have first hand knowledge of a lot of little details that makes me wish this unit had been available - AND for the price - when I was originally converting mine. I think I spent about $550 in total on all my parts (including the G8027 itself) - but more importantly, it was a pain in the a$$ to convert it. LOTS of work and there are still little details that frustrate me about my converted unit...details that I can see are well thought out in this design.

    1. My unit is not mobile anymore - its stationary mounted to the wall.
    2. My unit I have to lift the dust can UP to the mounting plate - which is a pain to do. This unit has a lever bar that lowers the mounting plate onto the can - much better design.
    3. This makes better use of the space below the unit - its quite compact considering how many parts make up the unit.
    4. This motor has 65% more CFM than mine - a HUGE difference.
    5. Sturdy easy access design
    6. Built in dual feed with all parts designed to fit together - I had to mickey mouse a few of my components to get them to all fit together properly.

    I can tell right away, knowing what I know now about converting mine, that I would have spent the $250 more for this unit in a heart beat and eliminated ALL of the above issues and hassles. But this unit, and nothing like it, was available when I was researching my dust collection system. I might just upgrade in a year or two.

    Steven W
    I Recommend this dc 03/30/2019 12:51:06 AM

    Ive had this for over a month now. Was worth the wait (about 2 months). The instruction could be better, but Ive seen worse. I ran a 6 main line with 4 branches to six tools using SDR-35 pipe and fittings, including internal grounding.They are easy to figure out. The issue I had was running it on a 20 amp circuit would trip the breaker every time. If you reset it and tried again, it would start right up. My electrician suggested replacing the breaker as the least expensive option to try first. We did and it really made no difference. It would start without tripping about half the time. So he put a test on it at start up and it would draw 20-22 amps on start up, hence the breaker tripping. His remedy was to run 10 gauge wire to a single dedicated 20 amp outlet and use a 30 amp breaker. It has worked perfectly since he did that. One other note, anyone who buys this dust collector and wants to use it with an ivac system, dont bother. They will not work together. I bought one to try (cost $239) which was only one blast gate figuring I would add to the system as time went by. Wrong! And they wont take it back.

    Anonymous Reviewer
    Another great Grizzly product! 03/17/2019 11:29:41 PM

    I bought this and had to wait a few months for it to arrive, but it was worth the wait. I did a ton of research and almost bought a Laguna that was a little cheaper but was not a cyclone. Im glad I waited. You will need another person to help with assembly, but it was fairly easy to assemble. It works as advertised and does a great job of keeping the dust off the floor. I have it paired with a dust right expandable hose and quick connect kit so I can use with all my woodworking machines. I have used with my table saw and my planer so far and Im very happy. I will say that although it is advertised as a 15A, it tripped every 15A I plugged in to, so I had to plug into a 20A and that works just fine. For the price, Im not sure you will find a better cyclone dust collector. Im just a hobbyist, and I own other brands, but this is my third Grizzly product (table saw and benchtop jointer) and they were all worth the money IMO. If youre on the fence, just buy it...youll be glad you did.

    William Z
    02/02/2019 11:42:39 AM

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    Anonymous Reviewer
    Well worth the wait! 02/01/2019 3:45:40 PM

    I've had this DC installed and running for 1 months now and wonder why I never did it before! It's currently being used for my CNC, Miter station and Table Saw with some more plumbing in the plans. This DC has more than enough capability for any job including when I temporarily hooked it up to my planer and jointer (huge mess makers.) hat was so surprising is they bag under the filter hardly has anything in it! I would absolutely buy this again and recommend it to others!

    Anonymous Reviewer
    01/31/2019 2:00:40 AM

    Went together fairly easily. You will need a helper to lift the top motor assembly and duct into place. Minirndesign issues that dont impact performance but should have been rectified include the placement of the equaliztiinbhise on the dust collection tub. It placement cause an interference with the back leg support and pinches the tube when the tub is locked into position. They had so much free space to locate the port I cant understand why they positioned it in the one place that would cause interference and thus make clamping the tub in place difficult. Performance of the unit otherwise has been excellent.

    Tom W
    01/30/2019 4:49:54 PM

    Instructions were not very clear to assemble the unit, after several phone calls to technical support I was able to get it together, even had to drill new holes to get the cannister to latch properly. I haven't connected it to my dust collector tubing as I am waiting to get some electrical outlets installed in my garage. I have turned on the unit and it sounds strong and I like the use of the included remote control. In summary, it has great features but needs some improvement in the installation instructions!

    Anonymous Reviewer
    Great Overall Product and Value 01/30/2019 2:24:37 PM

    The assembly is a bit of a "figure it out", though it comes with detailed instructions, few of the bolts are the correct size. It's also very easy to strip out some of the metal holes, so be careful when assembling. I have at least one bolt I had to cut off with my Dremel and tap out.

    The overall product is an amazing value for the price. I've been using it for about 3 weeks now as a part time commercial, mostly home shop.

    I love the remote start feature, I have the remote dongle clipped to my shop apron.

    The overall amp draw is inaccurate on the website listing, and this machine requires its own 20 amp circuit. To be honest, it really should just be a 240v and if I were do do it over again, I might spend the more money and get the slightly bigger machine that comes pre-wired for 220. My electrician friend and I hooked up his meter to my shops electrical panel while turning on this system, and in the first 5 seconds it spikes from about 100 amps, down to 75 amps, and eventually down to the steady draw of 13-15 amps. So in the long run, it's going to be putting a lot of excess strain on the electrical system.

    What the first reviewer said about the exhaust hose is also correct, it's in the wrong spot and creates an unnecessary sharp turn in the system.

    I've only run a single machine on this at once, but so far it handles my table saw, jointer, and planer amazingly, and there is hardly any dust at all in the plastic bag.

    Anonymous Reviewer
    Some minor issues 01/11/2019 3:02:37 PM

    Although I rated it a five there are a few things I noticed;
    1) The manual is adequate but could use some work. If you are mechanically inclined you can figure it out.
    2) The manual inventory and what is explained to use for the 1/2" and 3/4" shoulder bolts do not match. Probably a simple typo. It is not a big thing since either bolt works in most of the situations. There is plenty of threads left outside the nut or tapped hole when done for either bolt. At least how I used them.
    3) I messed up 2 bolts/threads when trying to install them. I did not have a tap to fix the holes. But an easy fix was to drive the bolt up from the other side. The issue is how the paint was applied. It filled the holes so much that it was impossible to get the bolt started. Even with a lot of pressure applied. Eventually it either cross threaded or mashed the threads down. An easy thing for them to do at the factory is to use a tap after the paint process was completed. Quick solution that adds a huge amount of help to the end user when they do the assembly. Either that they could add a tap to the kit.
    4) The other thing I notice was that some part alignment was at the edge of tolerances for proper alignment. Fortunately all bolts and holes aligned. But some things were just a little close on fit and made the final product look a little off here and there. This was for the area of the catch bin/lid latches and hose attaching to the cone.
    5) The exhaust hose location on the catch bin is positioned to close to the right side upright for my liking. If they moved it slightly more to the left the hose would not have such a hard turn to make.