Author Topic: Has anyone tried to use a Systainer as the dust box for a cyclone?  (Read 34399 times)

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Offline Paul_HKI

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Re: Has anyone tried to use a Systainer as the dust box for a cyclone?
« Reply #30 on: October 23, 2021, 05:52 AM »
Hi Derek,

Any comments or feedback regarding the comparative performance of the Dust Deputy and Dust Commander separators?  Were they functional equivalents in separation, or did you see any notable differences?  The convenience of the Oneida left aside, I'd be interested in your thoughts as I know you pay attention to such things!

All the best from the home of Mirka,

TKS 80 EBS-SET, KS 60 E-Set, TSC 55 REBI, TS 75, HKC 55,
DF 500 & DF 700, OF2020, OF1010 REBQ, OF1010 EBQ, OFK 500,
T18+3, C18, PDC 18/4, TID 18,
RO 150, RO 90, RAS 115, RTS 400, ETS 125, ETS 150/5,
EHL 65, HL 850 EB,
VAC SYS w/ SE1 & SE2, MFT/3, SYS PowerHub, DUO SYSLITE, & KAL.

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