Dust Collection

P|Flux: 3 Cyclone Dust Collector

When lifting the drum into position a connector on the back of drum automatically hooks up to a pipe in cyclone this way creating a low pressure in bottom of the drum. This is designed to hold down plastic bag to avoid it being sucked up into the cone during use, no other cyclone or dust system has such a smart system, it is a vast improvement over last generation.

If you chose to use the P|Flux without a bag, you can simply shut off the system using a valve offering you speed and flexibility.



  • LED shows when drum is full
  • LED shows when filter needs cleaning
  • Swing-away doors sports acoustic foam on the inside to lower noise level
  • 3 HP Motor
  • 1 Phase
  • 220V Voltage

Starting At




Amps: 22

Recommended Breaker: 30 Amps

Hertz: 60

Plug: No

RPM: 3450

Switch Type: Sunken Radio Frequency Remote Switch With LED Full Drum Detection & LED HEPA Dirty Detection

Hand Held Remote Control: High Frequency

Shop Setting CFM: 1624

Inlet CFM: 2817

Max Static Pressure (Inches Of Water): 11.2″

Impeller/Fan Size: 15.5″

Impeller Material: Steel

Impeller Type: Radial Fin

Balanced: ISO 1940

Inlet Diameters: 8″ by 4″ x 3

Drum Capacity: 46 Gal

Octagon Drum: Low Pressure Suction

Drum Collection Bag (Dia x L): Plastic Bag (610 x 950mmL)

Canister Filter Type: HEPA

Filtration Efficiency: 1.4 micron at 99.2%

MERV Rating: 16+

Canister Diameter: 400mm(15.75″)

Canister Length: 900mm (35.43″)

Filter Surface Area: 9.5m²/109ft²

Canister Filter Lower Dust Collection: Metal End Cap With 4″ Hookup

Base With Perforated Sheet Across Canister Floor: Included

Wheels: 4″ Flat Caster

US/CSA Approved: Yes

Decibel Reading: 76 dB (at 9.8ft)

Shipping Weight: 368 lbs

Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H): 50in x 32in x 52in



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