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#1 posted 10-20-2018 01:11 AM

I would buy it. That said, I don’t have one. I wear a dust mask or respirator in my shop. I figure if there is dust in the air for the box filter to remove {don’t get me wrong, removing it is a good thing} then there has to also be dust in the air for me to breathe. The reason I don’t have one is that for dust removal I wait for a windy day, open both big sliding doors and start blowing compressed air all around the shop stirring up the dust. Doesn’t really take long if it’s good and windy to get just about all the dust blown away and gone. If your shop is closed up it is better to run a dust box filter than an air compressor.


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