“ULTRA PRO” 16 GAL SHOP VACUUM
16 Gallon capacity.
Super quiet operation
Blower port can be used as a blower
3 piece filtration system with foam sleeve, cartridge filter and disposable bag
Large tank drain
8-2 1/2″ accessories and hose with large storage basket
18 Ft power cord with convenient cord wrap storage
Top and side tank handles
Large, accessible on/off switch .The Shop-Vac 16-gallon 6.25 HP wet/dry vacuum is ideal for the workshop, garage, auto, and home. This 16-gallon unit has a powerful 6.25 HP motor with improved sound reduction for enhanced vacuuming power and quieter operation. The filter system includes a cartridge filter and a full collection filter bag to keep the vacuum operating at its peak efficiency. The vacuum includes a locking nut to secure the hose to the tank inlet to prevent the hose from falling out during operation. A blower port and concentrator nozzle allow the vacuum to be used as a 200 MPH velocity blower, enabling the user to remove d
- Powered by a 6.25-horsepower motor with sound reduction
- Blower port and concentrator nozzle allow variety of uses
- Includes lock-on hose, extension wands, floor nozzle/brush, utility nozzle and many more
- Backed by a 4-year warranty
- Convenient size of 21-by-14-by-16-inches and 33-pounds
List Price: $ 188.93
Price: [wpramaprice asin=”B00005RDZS”]
Similar tools from eBay: [wprebay kw=”woodworking+shop” num=”8″ ebcat=”11700″] [wprebay kw=”woodworking+shop” num=”9″ ebcat=”11700″]
Question by Richard W: Are heat exchangers for small cast iron wood stoves worth installing and do they last very long?
I have a 30×40 woodworking shop, I installed a small cast iron stove, that I burn scrape wood in, on days when the temp. is down in the teens it takes for ever to heat the shop to a temp. that I can work,I wondered if a heat exchanger would be worth while.
Answer by Spring Rooster
Heat transfers through the metal surfaces of the stove and as it travels up the flue (vent) pipe. Consider venting through lots of vent pipe that has a lot of surface area to transfer the heat into the room. The vent pipe can be the heat exchanger you speak of. If the heat were to be vented out in a direct straight shot, that would let the heat escape before transferring to the room. If it winds through lots of vent that is in the room, that will allow more transfer to the room.
Give your answer to this question below!
Click here for more Woodworking Shop info.