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Topic by saumish posted 05-07-2009 02:51 PM 4098 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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saumish

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05-07-2009 02:51 PM

I bought a 18” wood master planer and my old dust collector is not powerful enough. What size would you suggest. My shop is 24×32, and I have table saw, band saw, router table, jointer, miter saw.



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donbee

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08-12-2010 03:09 PM

http://www.pennstateind.com/store/cyclone-dust-collectors.html

It’s my choice of DC systems.
These guys will help you make the choice without steering you to the most expensive.

Don

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alkillian

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11-13-2011 05:08 AM

Anything less then a 3hp model will not mork. I have a 12” and 25” model. The 12” is on a 3hp and the 25” is on a 5hp. Wish I had 3 phase to get a larger dc system.

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Grandpa

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12-06-2011 11:03 PM

From what I have found to read, there has never been a recorded case of a home shop dust collector causing an explosion with plastic duct. With that said I would also say that it is impossible to ground an insulator (plastic). Yes static will happen. Yes metal is better. I was in the Grizzly tool store in Springfield MO about 18 months ago. i was looking at their display of dust collectors. Another customer walked by and said get the largest when you but and you won’t have to come back like I did. I am looking to buy a collector soon. My readings indicate the diameter of the impeller says it all. the larger the better. You have a fair sized shop. You could run a lot of pipe in it. Think about all that before you jump in and buy a cheap 2 HP with a 10” impeller.

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shawnmasterson

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11-19-2013 02:04 AM

you need to go to Lumberjocks. There are miles of threads on DC. From HP to pipe size. Here is the system I built. As a starter setup there is no more bang for the buck than the HF 2HP. If you are spending in the 1200+ range there is none better than the Clearvue.

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