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Offline Doug S

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Re: New CT 26/36/48 Refresh
« Reply #30 on: June 29, 2021, 03:57 AM »

I was really pleased to see this and expected the UK model to be the same (at least the 240V I'm interested in) so why does Festool UK list the "Max. appliance socket connected load" as 1610 W, when Festool DE shows 2200 W  [sad]

This comes up all the time and I'm sure that Festool UK say you can use any Festool tool with any Festool vac (that's what I was always told anyway), the max load is a guide for if you use other makes of tool with your Festool vac.

This isn't UK but kind of explains it.

https://www.festoolownersgroup.com/festool-tools-accessories/amp-draw-on-festool-dust-extractor-vacuum-outlet-65827/

Why not contact Festool UK to get a definitive answer for us, I would be interested to know what their current view is  [smile]

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Offline FestitaMakool

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Re: New CT 26/36/48 Refresh
« Reply #31 on: June 29, 2021, 05:24 PM »
Hey Festita…just curious what a W top is.

.. Soft-top, Hard-top, Sun-top, Bimini-top, T-top ..I figured Wood-top..  [big grin]
(Maybe it’s because I’m all into boats these days.. refurbishing, rigging outboard and so on  [smile] - I’ll make a new seat with waterproof plywood as a base before transferring the teak from the old battered base, that’ll be fun. Nothing I’ve done before anyway, at least some woodworking  [smile])
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