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would there be a problem in using PVC pipe in a system, with vac hose to the power tools for flexibility? Thanks

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No problem at all. Central dust collection systems in houses use pvc.
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Just get a good ground for the system.
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Just get a good ground for the system.
Excellent recommendation.
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I used galvanized 4" snap together duct pipe for my system because it was cheaper and easier to ground. Whether anyone has had a fire because of static charges in the airstream I don't know but all the ads for ducting include grounding options and I don't want a fire so I didn't take a chance on it. The galvanized ducting fits together with the pvc fittings and blast gates, at least for 4" sizes. Some of my tools are connected with hose and it fits on the ducting too.
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I have the dust deputy which has metal tape from the cyclone to a wire then a ground... If that isn't enough I could put another one on it...

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