I am looking for a cyclone that will fit under my 90" ceiling and handle a
single machine connected through a 4" hose.
Oneida recommends their portable; they say that when choked by the 4" hose
it will work just as well as the larger units. It is $1100. I like the
small foot print, as my shop is very small, but think it is a bit pricy for
the limited capacity. (and I have to drive 60 miles to pick it up at the
factory to save the freight...)
JDS recommends their 2hp for $950. It is both cheaper than the Oneida and
more powerful, but takes up significantly more space.
Anything good or bad to say about either unit? The sale prices end this
week, so I have to make a decision fast.
I am glad you brought it up; I didn't want to muddy the water with too many
I read about the Clearvue, and am a bit concerned with all the parts put
together there was lots of places for air leaks, a 5hp motor is pretty heavy
to be hanging from my wall, and I am not sold on the idea of plastic.
Any thoughts on that would be appreciated.
Also, does the $945 cover EVERYTHING other than the filters? Do you use one
filter or two? Nether of those is clear from their description.
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