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I found out that my friend is a very skilled man with mechanics and with electric tools etc. He has promissed to do a syclon to me. Now the question. What parametres must I consider when making plans to a C when inlets and outlets are 100mm?
 

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I found out that my friend is a very skilled man with mechanics and with electric tools etc. He has promissed to do a syclon to me. Now the question. What parametres must I consider when making plans to a C when inlets and outlets are 100mm?
That is a VERY large and complicated question. Here is a website that will keep you busy for hours. Dust Collection Research - Home
 

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You should be thanking Cherryville Chuck, - He's also a Charlie, but I spell my name different (like you posted)

I'll suggest another way to go - "Oneida Super Dust Deputy". It may cost a little more with shipping and all, but it will do a much better job of filtering the sawdust out of the air than a Thein or fabric Filter of any kind. Just compare costs before you have anyone try to make a dust separator. The dimensions in the design are critical and a unit built with the wrong proportions will be very inefficient.


https://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&k...694963:kwd-33851532418&ref=pd_sl_8mchcshrru_b

I have a Dust Deputy and almost nothing except a trace of micro fine dust gets past it. After removing a barrel full of sawdust from the air I can only see that there is dust in the vacuum if I rub my finger along the inside of the vacuum. I vent my vacuum to the outdoors, so even this dust never gets the chance to get into my lungs. Oneida sells their products in Canada, so it may be cheaper to get one through there or if Amazon sells in Finland, maybe through them.

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Hi. You have a point there with dust deputy. Ill have to think hard what would be the best choise for My needs.
Its not allways easy to know what IS the correct way or what is not ok. Thanks for the adwise CharleyL :cool:
 
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