15HP Direct Drive Cyclone Dust Collector
As low as $13,694.00
|Motor Type||U.S. Baldor® TEFC Motor|
|Motor Service Factor||1.15|
|Recommended Breaker Size||Call for Info|
|Amperage (Typical)||37.5-34A (17A @ 460V)|
|Impeller Type||Backward inclined, welded carbon steel.|
|Impeller Size||18" Dia.|
|Real CFM Rating||6,000 Actual CFM at 2.3" S.P.|
|Noise Level||85-87 dBA @ 10 ft|
|Filter Media Type||Izumi Axtar Spunbond|
|Filtration Efficiency||99.9% @ 0.2-2.0 microns|
|MERV Rating||MERV 13 ±|
|Total Filtration Area||620 sq ft|
|Waste Capacity||110 Gallon|
|Remote Control||Sold Separately|
|Remote Control Part #||For 208-230V: Item #AXR220003|
For 460V: Call for info
|Primary Build Materials||Cold Rolled Steel|
|Static Resistance Rating||Conductive (Metal)|
|Inlet Size||Round: 14" Dia.|
Square ID: 10"(W) x 16-1/2"(H)
Square OD: 12-3/8"(W) x 18-3/8"(H)
|Outlet Size||Round: 16" Dia.|
Square ID: 20-1/4"(W) x 11-1/2"(H) with 1-1/2" Flange
|Discharge Size||14" ID Flange|
|Height to Center of Inlet||132.5"|
|Contents||Blower Motor Assembly, Magnetic Starter, Fan Housing, Cyclone Separator, Angle Iron Stand, 2x Dust Bins, Hardware|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Warranty Information||2 Year Limited Warranty|
|Certifications||Complete system is cETLus certified for indoor use|
|Applicable Patents||#7,247,180, #9,370,740|
No. This system is designed for use collecting dry materials only.
Yes but you will need to install a Machine Adapter into the inlet first. These adapters are smaller on the raw end than traditional ducting so that they can slip into the ports on systems and tools i.e. a 5" Quick-Clamp Duct Machine Adapter will measure ~4.9" O.D. on the raw end.
Oneida Air Systems' dust collectors are designed and tested for wood and wood dust. They can and have been be used effectively for various other dusts and chips such as drywall dust, paper dust, agricultural dust, metal chips and other forms of debris. The customer is however, cautioned that some common materials when cut, ground or processed by machinery may become very dangerous: highly toxic, flammable, or deflagrable and explosive and they should therefore ensure that you use your particular use of a dust collection system in accordance to national, state, local, NFPA, OSHA and all other applicable codes.
The actual number doesn't really matter. It will be higher when you have more gates open, more airflow through the system and thus more back-pressure on the filter What we really care about is the change in the number. So, take a baseline reading (or set of readings) and monitor them. When the filter gets dirty the pressure and gauge reading will go up. When the reading changes say 1-2" on the gauge that's a good indicator of when you'd want to clean. None of this is exact science but rather an indication of pressure buildup in the filter. Also, cleaning it more often (when the buildup is lower) will normally be easier and quicker than waiting for the filter to be dirtier.
If you have conditioned air in your shop, (Heat or cool) then exhausting outside can be costly. If your building is small and well-sealed, you can interfere with flue exhausts as well. Close neighbors might object. If the Dust Collection system is run intermittently it is generally not a problem. Most buildings have enough leaks and crevices where the aforementioned volume of air does not cause problems. If you have a problem opening or closing an outside door when the DC is running, crack a window slightly. The rule of thumb is for every 500 CFM have at least 1 sq/ft of return air coming back into the shop. A lot of our customers blow exhaust air outside successfully.