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Does anyone know if there is an adapter available to connect a Triton dust bucket to the Dewalt. The Triton bucket has a plastic flexible tube with plastic thing on the end which you push into the vacuum cleaners rigid pipe. If available, what is it called and where can get in UK? I Google but nothing suitable turned up.
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Hi James,
For clarification,
In photo A the hose on the right of the Triton dust bucket leaning against the side of the vacuum cleaner. The end of that hose fits into the vacuum cleaner hose that is in front of the dust bucket on the floor. The hose on the left of the dust bucket would fit into the dust ectraction of the tablesaw.
In photo B the Triton hose is shown fitted onto the end of the vacuum cleaner hose.
In photo C the black Dewalt 733 dust extraction canopy is shown resting upright against the Triton and vacuum hose connected together. To the left of the canopy on the floor next to it is the black Dewalt 733 adapter for the canopy.
I assume I'm looking for a suitable adapter to join this to the Triton hose shown on the left of the dust bucket in photo A, the hose that would connect to the extraction on the table saw.
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Hi Pete, thanks.
I looked at the ones on Rutland. Ebay has some too. The internal diameter of the Triton dust bucket pipe is 30mm. I was hoping I could get a 100mm to 28mm reducer, that would fit inside the Triton pipe and tighten the Triton down on top with a jubilee clip and foam packing.
The nearest size on Ebay 100/38RC Reducing Cone 100mm to 38mm
Thaty said on Ebay there is the CHARNWOOD 100/25RC STEPPED REDUCING CONE 100mm to 25mm.
Says, step sizes outside diameter;100mm, 75mm, 63mm 50mm & 25mm. The 25mm could fit inside the Triton pipe and tightened the Triton down on it. On the other end of the adapter it says is 100mm outside diameter.

The Dewalt vacuum adapter the end that fits over the main Dewalt 100mm extraction canopy, this appears to have an internal diameter of 102mm. I don't know if I'm being thick
Will the 100mm outside diameter on the Charnwood reducing cone will this fit onto the main 100mm Dewalt dust extraction canopy?
Looking around I see there is flexable plastic 100mm dust pipe, though I'm non the wiser
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