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What's A Cyclone Anyway?

Cyclone separator - removing particles.

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HOW DOES IT WORK?

STEP 1: INTAKE

Dirty Air Goes In

Using your standard shop vac hose, suck up dust and debris as you would like normal cleaning up after a project, commissioned piece, or that repair you've been waiting three years to complete...

STEP 2: SEPARATION

Debris Is Separated

Using mother nature's technology, over 99% of debris is separated out and settles at the bottom of the integrated dump bin.

STEP 3: PERFECTION

Clean Air Exits Into The Vac

All that's left is clean air heading into your vac. Once the Cyclone's dump bin is full, remove the see-through lid and dump easily in your receptacle of choice.

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More Than You Wanted To Know

Dust cyclones originated during the industrial revolution in the mid 1800s as companies began producing more and, thus, creating more dust, debris, and other particles. Initially, the dust cyclone was almost exclusively used in factory settings. By 1900, the dust cyclone was a staple in warehouses across various industries.

Today, dust cyclone technology is used much more broadlly and has even made its way into everyday life. You might be familiar with a dust cyclone from your very own vacuum.

Today, dust collection, and specifically the dust cyclone, help professionals and hobbyists remove harmful dust, fumes, and other debris from the air to keep their work environments safe. Dust collection is essential for anyone making dust regularly and should be considered a vital part of any workshop or workspace.