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Posted on Baileigh 3HP CYCLONE DUST COLLECTOR DC-2100C

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#1 posted 06-19-2018 11:20 AM

You would be lucky to get 600 cfm with your current setup and probably in the 400-500 cfm range given that you have a dust deputy and fairly long runs.

Given that you are doing resawing and drum sanding, I would look at a longer cone on a dust collector. You will generate lots of fine dust and some have reported issues with the shorter cone DC.

Just a caution, carefully read the data on performance and how it was obtained and test conditions. I find the reported cfm of 2817 a bit strange for this class dust collector. I can not get that on my 5 hp DC.

Look at what your piping configuration that you will use and the performance curves and determine what cfm each collector will provide.


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