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Old 03-23-2015, 01:39 PM   #1
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Dust Collector - Mobile Version


Hi,
anyone know something about this dust collector?

How is it working?

Or someone got any idea for dust collector which can be mounted on trailer with blaster and compressor? For soda and glass abrasive.


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Old 03-23-2015, 06:49 PM   #2
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How big of an area are you wanting to clear? This would be the first area to look at when sizing up a collection system. From what I seen on this unit is it is only rated for 1,000cfm. Really not going to do too much if there is any size to your containment. We generally used from 6,000cfm to 40,000cfm units and none of those are going to mount on a truck or trailer. The 6,000cfm unit might could mount on a trailer, but your trailer would have to be rated for all the weight of all of your equipment. SSPC has a document pertaining to sizing dust collection systems for containments. It is SSPC Guide 16. If your a SSPC member it's a free download.

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I use a black max fan with a 6'X20' sock and a 20' pickup hose. It is adequate to clear a 10X20 Costco tent. It runs on 115v. I have used it on houses when clearing popcorn ceilings very successfully. The only down side is the bag is cotton and will rot if not well cared for.
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Old 03-29-2015, 07:16 AM   #4
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Does that bag clog up in an hour or so? I have been in small houses in the city and I don't know where I could even put it. Just a side walk outside.
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maybe not clog in an hour, but a day I say in my experience.
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I recently shot a small house and in 2 days of shooting #105 vitro grit it did not clog. We are pretty rural here so I have not had any problem with where to put the bag. I had plenty of suction to keep the rooms I was working in clear of dust. I have a 20ft flex pickup tube and ran it out the front door. I could have used a little longer tube but that is what I have. We used plastic painters tarp and duct tape to seal off the area where I was working. When when I have been shooting soda it has not clogged.

I suspect some folks have been having trouble because last time I talked to Black Max they asked if I had any overheating problems with my fan. I have not.
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This uni comes in different sizes
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