5HP Dust Gorilla Pro 35 Gal. Cyclone Dust Collector
- Industrial 230V U.S. made fan motor provides ample CFM for up multiple tools simultaneously. Includes RF remote control starter.
- Patented SMART Boost™ doubles airflow performance through smaller ports and long ducting runs. Ideal for CNC machines!
- High efficiency cyclone (over 99% separation) made from heavy gauge, powder-coated steel.
- 35 gallon dust bin with quick-release lid and automatic fill level indicator.
- 3rd party tested, hospital-grade HEPA filtration with non-stick membrane for easy cleaning.
Compact, Configurable Design
This unit is equipped with a Freestanding Leg Kit built from heavy-gauge, powder coated steel for long lasting durability.
|Motor Type||U.S. Baldor® TEFC Motor|
|Motor Service Factor||1.15|
|Recommended Breaker Size||30A|
|Power Cord Length||7 feet|
|Impeller Type||Single-piece, backward inclined, non-sparking/non-ferrous|
|Impeller Size||15" Dia.|
|Real CFM Rating||1,625 Actual CFM at 3" WC|
|Free Fan CFM Rating||3,250 CFM|
|Maximum Suction||23" WC|
|Max. Open Blast Gates||3 Gates|
|Noise Level||78 dBA at 10 ft|
|Filter Media Type||G.E. H12 HEPA|
|Filtration Efficiency||99.97% @ 0.3 microns|
|MERV Rating||MERV 16 ±|
|Total Filtration Area||110 sq ft|
|Waste Capacity||35 Gallon|
|Remote Control Part #||See Item #AMR000000 for additional or replacement keyfobs.|
|Primary Build Materials||Galvanized Steel, Cold Rolled Steel, SD Polyethylene|
|Static Resistance Rating||Conductive (Metal)|
|Inlet Size||7" Dia.|
|Outlet Size||Square ID: 7-3/8"(W) x 6-3/8"(H)|
|Discharge Size||9" Dia.|
|Height to Center of Inlet||66.5"|
|Contents||Blower Motor Assembly, Magnetic Starter, SMART Boost Controller, Fan Housing, Cyclone Separator, Filter Plenum, Stacking Sound Filter, FlameGuard Cartridge Filter, Freestanding Leg Kit, Steel Dust Bin, Bin Level Indicator, Remote Control, Hardware|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Certifications||Complete system is cETLus certified for indoor use|
|Applicable Patents||#7247180, #8491685, #8496719, #8514090, #9370740|
This can vary widely depending on how often your dust collector is used and what kind of dusts it's exposed to but you should typically clean it only once you've noticed a considerable drop in suction performance. In our experience this can be around once per year, but with heavy amounts of sanding it could be as often as once per month.
A meter such as our Filter Efficiency Gauge can also be used to monitor pressure buildup and inform you when the filter need's to be cleaned.
Because the Dust Sentry works via an adjustable infrared sensor, this can sometimes trigger false positives with an empty container because of the reflective surface at the bottom of the steel drum.
This can be resolved by painting/coloring the inside bottom of the drum so that it is no longer reflective enough to affect the sensor.
Fire protection regulations are a complex and ever-changing set of rules that differ from facility to facility. Click the "read more" link to review our Best Practices for Dust Collection Fire Safety or contact us for more detailed assistance.