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Super Dust Deputy XL 6" Cyclone

For use with single stage dust collectors and 6" piping, this DIY cyclone eliminates filter clogging, suction loss, and messy dust bags by removing over 99% of fine dust and debris from the airstream, containing it safely in a customer supplied container.

Upgrade Your Tired, Old Dust Collector and Say Goodbye to Clogged Filters!

Single-stage dust collectors are great for small, hobbyist shops but they come with a cost & fine dust quickly clogs the filter, reducing suction and leaving your tools as messy as ever! Worse still, there's nothing to protect your dust collector from being damaged should you accidentally suck up large wood chunks, bolts, etc.

How do you stop losing valuable time and money on maintenance and replacement parts? Install our cyclone!

Oneida Air Systems' patented Super Dust Deputy® cyclone separates over 99% of dust and debris from the incoming airstream, virtually eliminating filter clogging, suction loss, and significantly prolonging the lifespan of your filter.

  • Prevents both fine dust and large debris from reaching your dust collector
  • Prolongs the lifespan of the filter while reducing the need for cleanings
  • Ultra-high efficiency with integrated air ramp and 6" neutral-vane inlet
  • Lightweight and compact design for fast and simple installations
  • Compatible with almost any dust collector (e.g. Delta, Grizzly, Harbor Freight, Jet, etc.)
  • Molded from an industrial, abrasion resistant HDPE resin
  • Static dissipative construction safely conveys static charge build-up to the electrical ground, preventing harmful discharges
Customer Supplied Super Dust Deputy XL Setup Customer Supplied Super Dust Deputy XL Setup Customer Supplied Super Dust Deputy XL Setup

Share Your Setup #MyDustDeputy

Check out these great installation and Super Dust Deputy XL build videos shared by our customers over the years!

DIY Blogger Team, Gray House Studios, overhauls their old single stage with the XL cyclone.
Watch The Sawdust Girl make a cheap DC work way better with our Super Dust Deputy cyclone separator.
Horsepower Rating3HP - 5HP
Airflow RatingMinimum 850 CFM
Waste CapacityCustomizeable
Inlet Size6-1/4" O.D.
6" I.D.
Outlet Size6-1/4" O.D.
6" I.D.
Discharge Size10" O.D.
6" I.D.
Height to Center of Inlet31.1"
Product Weight8.50
Primary Build MaterialsSD Polyethylene
Static Resistance RatingStatic Dissipative
ContentsCyclone, Gasket, Lid Hardware
Country of ManufactureUnited States
Warranty Information1 Year Limited Warranty
Applicable PatentsPatent #7,282,074 B1, #7,282,074 C1, and #D703,401
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need a cyclone separator?

Standard single-stage or bag-style dust collectors lose suction very quickly as the filter becomes clogged...

What else do I need besides the cyclone?

In addition to the cyclone and your dust collector, you will need a reinforced, airtight container to...

How can this adapt to 6 inch S&D pvc pipe ??

We do not have any adapters to sewer and drain PVC pipe. We do not recommend using it due to the static...

Can you explain this California Proposition Black Carbon warning? Cancer?

By California law, Oneida Air Systems is required to provide advance notice to customers of potentially hazardous materials included in our products. This requirement is enforced regardless of how much of that material is present in the actual product.

The black, static dissipative resin used to create this cyclone separator contains carbon black, which is a chemical considered as "possibly carcinogenic to humans" (Group 2B) when the chemical is an airborne, particulate form. This form would not be typical of normal use of the cyclone, but the law requires this statement be provided regardless.

Does the Super Dust Deputy perform differently if it is mounted directly to a container vs. having a vertical hose/pipe between the bottom discharge port and the top of the container?

You will not see a difference in separation or airflow performance with either method. Users can choose either "mounting" method to position the cyclone in a way that works best for their shop.

The main factor you'll want to consider is how you'll be emptying the dust bin once it's full. Connecting the bin with hose allows the drum lid to be removed easier compared to lifting off the cyclone and lid together as a single component. The downside to the hose connection method is that you'll require additional components to purchase and will have more variables to consider when ensuring that the system is sealed airtight.

What is the expected lifetime of the Super Dust Deputy cyclone?

In our experience, we've never had a customer "wear out" their super dust deputy cyclone from normal use. The only exceptions are when sucks up materials not rated for the cyclone's construction i.e. don't suck up hot, smoldering materials or high abrasives (rough glass, soda blasts, etc.) with the molded cyclone as those can damage or wear out the material.

With its intended application (e.g. wood dust and debris) you could expect this cyclone to last for years to come, if not longer.

Which Super Dust Deputy cyclone do I need?

If your shop has fixed piping that matches the diameter of your dust collector's intake, choose a cyclone...

Can I vent my system outside?

If you have conditioned air in your shop, (Heat or cool) then exhausting outside can be costly. If ...

What dust bins should I use with this cyclone?

The shape and size of your container are completely up to you, so use whatever works best for your shop...

How do I install the cyclone onto my container?

Our Super Dust Deputy cyclone includes basic hardware and a foam gasket for mounting to your container...

Can I use this with a shop vacuum?

No. Super Dust Deputy cyclones are designed for use in systems with high airflow volume (above 350 CFM...

Do I still need to use my filter?

Yes. All of our cyclone separators are designed to be used in conjunction with an air filter as they...

What filter works best with this cyclone?

We recommend that customers use our MERV 16± HEPA Filter Upgrade Kit as it provides the healthiest return...

Can I use this cyclone with smoldering or abrasive debris?

No. This cyclone is designed for use with light debris such as wood dust. For heavy-duty applications...

Can I use this cyclone with food products?

While some customers have found use for our cyclones in food related applications (e.g. farming, coffee...

What can I use to mobilize my dust collection setup?

If you're looking for any easy way to move your cyclone around the shop, without having to lift and ...

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