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Festool® has made a statement to its dealers that using any third-party equipment on their vacuums limits warranty claims, may interrupt the anti-static grounding pathway and may cause circuit board failures.
The inlet of Festool® dust extractors incorporates a connection to the earth ground to provide a safe discharge pathway for static electricity that may be generated when wood dust moves through hose or plastic parts. This grounded inlet works in conjunction with anti-static hoses. Oneida wants to make certain that our Ultimate Dust Deputy® customers understand that there is a grounding pathway that must be maintained.
Oneida has always used static dissipating components in the Ultimate Dust Deputy® but to make absolutely certain that this path to ground is maintained at the highest level the UDD uses static conductive components. The UDD has been third-party tested to function as specified.
We recommend always using static conductive hoses and components. If a non-conductive component is used, the ground pathway must be continued via conductive tape or wire to bridge the gap between the conductive components. By bridging this gap, the anti-static grounding pathway will be maintained.
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