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For the shop I made up a water filter out of a 5 gal. bucket and a vac that fits on top of bucket. I found the idea on you tube, But the foam builds up in the bucket & goes through the motor what can be done to keep foam down. I'm going to eliminate the bucket motor & try hooking up to a regular vac. household type put another baffel on top of the collection bucket see if that helps
If anyone out in router world have any thoughts to help I will listen
THANK YOU Stephen
 

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:big_boss:I'm gonna get a filter today thats a great idea, But on the wet dry filter thats mainly for interior dry wall work. As you can imagine thats gotta be some of the finest dust in this world. The problem w/ the foam is the dust is inside the bubbles & goes out the exhaust as dust
 

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I've thought about that< I'm using a bucket motor a wet dry set up for a bucket, deeper bucket yea might help but the foam is abundant Maybe I'll put a lid on existing bucket & move wet dry motor to another bucket hen connect w/ hose I think that would make for a deeper bucket?? I found out through this forum they make defoamers for carpet cleaner wet dry ?? try that. One more thing this is for drywall dust gotta be the most finest dust in the world Thanks Stephen
 

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Hi Stephen, I would like to see some images of your DIY water filter.
Helloot Rudi, this is the water-filter I made up from a plan I got off You Tube, I finally solved my foaming problem by jumping over a 2nd bucket kind of like 1 guy said larger bucket acts as the same call the filter bucket as shown in pics. as 2ndary bucket, the primary bucket mounts the bucket motor connected w/ a hose solved the problem of the foam entering the motor. Oh yea I almost forgot to mention that this operation is for drywall finishing @ occupied residence. Drywall dust has got to be the most finest dust on earth,finer than moon dust,OH YEA thats not of this earth LOL
Thank you Stephen
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