dust collector by LCNWOOD

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  1. Intake Port: The intake port is where the dust and debris from woodworking machines such as saws, routers, planers, and sanders are collected. This port is connected to hoses or ducts that transport the dust to the collector unit.
  2. Collector Unit: This is the main body of the dust collector. It typically contains a powerful motor and a filtration system. The motor creates suction that pulls dust-laden air through the system.
  3. Filter System: The filter system consists of one or more filters that capture dust particles from the air. There are different types of filters including fabric filters, cartridge filters, and pleated filters. The choice of filter depends on the specific requirements of the woodworking operation.
  4. Collection Bag or Bin: Once the dust-laden air passes through the filter system, the dust particles are collected in a bag or bin for disposal. These bags or bins are usually made of durable materials and are easy to remove and empty.
  5. Clean Air Exhaust: After the dust is collected, the filtered air is expelled from the collector unit. It's important that the exhaust air is clean to maintain air quality in the workshop.
  6. Ducting and Hoses: Ducting and hoses connect the intake ports of woodworking machines to the dust collector unit. Properly designed ducting ensures efficient capture of dust at its source.
  7. Control Mechanism: Dust collectors may have manual or automatic control mechanisms to regulate airflow and other operational settings. Some advanced models feature remote control or automatic sensors that adjust suction power based on the level of dust in the system.
  8. Mobility and Portability Features: Depending on the size and design, some dust collectors are stationary while others are portable. Portable units often feature wheels or handles for easy transportation around the workshop.
  9. Noise Reduction Features: To minimize noise levels in the workshop, dust collectors may include noise-reducing features such as insulated housings or sound-dampening materials.
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Model 1   Single cylinder 2.2kw-220v / 380v vacuum cleaner
Model 2   Double cylinder 2.2kw-220v vacuum cleaner
Model 3   Double cylinder 3kw-220v / 380v vacuum cleaner
Model 4  Double cylinder 4kw-380v vacuum cleaner
Model 5   Double cylinder 5.5kw-380v vacuum cleaner
Model 6   Double cylinder 7.5kw-380v vacuum cleaner

A dust collector for woodworking is a machine designed to remove dust and debris generated during woodworking processes to maintain a clean and safe working environment. Here’s a description of its components and how it works:

1. **Intake Port**: The intake port is where the dust and debris from woodworking machines such as saws, routers, planers, and sanders are collected. This port is connected to hoses or ducts that transport the dust to the collector unit.

2. **Collector Unit**: This is the main body of the dust collector. It typically contains a powerful motor and a filtration system. The motor creates suction that pulls dust-laden air through the system.

3. **Filter System**: The filter system consists of one or more filters that capture dust particles from the air. There are different types of filters including fabric filters, cartridge filters, and pleated filters. The choice of filter depends on the specific requirements of the woodworking operation.

4. **Collection Bag or Bin**: Once the dust-laden air passes through the filter system, the dust particles are collected in a bag or bin for disposal. These bags or bins are usually made of durable materials and are easy to remove and empty.

5. **Clean Air Exhaust**: After the dust is collected, the filtered air is expelled from the collector unit. It’s important that the exhaust air is clean to maintain air quality in the workshop.

6. **Ducting and Hoses**: Ducting and hoses connect the intake ports of woodworking machines to the dust collector unit. Properly designed ducting ensures efficient capture of dust at its source.

7. **Control Mechanism**: Dust collectors may have manual or automatic control mechanisms to regulate airflow and other operational settings. Some advanced models feature remote control or automatic sensors that adjust suction power based on the level of dust in the system.

8. **Mobility and Portability Features**: Depending on the size and design, some dust collectors are stationary while others are portable. Portable units often feature wheels or handles for easy transportation around the workshop.

9. **Noise Reduction Features**: To minimize noise levels in the workshop, dust collectors may include noise-reducing features such as insulated housings or sound-dampening materials.

A dust collector for woodworking is a machine designed to remove dust and debris generated during woodworking processes to maintain a clean and safe working environment. Here’s a description of its components and how it works.

Specifications  
Weight 125Kg
Bag Size     Ø 630mm*4
Inlet Size  Ø 100mm*6
Motor power   7.5Kw
Overall size  1800x760x2550mm
Air Speed  30-45m/sec
Packing size  1625x775x720mm

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Model 1, Model 2, Model 3, Model 4, Model 5, Model 6

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