JET 708620B AFS-1000B 550/702/1044 CFM 3-Speed Air Filtration System with Remote and Electrostatic Pre-Filter
The Jet 3-speed air filtration systems clean and circulate the air in your shop while you work, filtering 98-99 of all particles, five microns in size and 85 of particles one micron in size. And with the timer, you come into your shop, set the timer for two, four or eight hours and forget it. The system automatically shuts down at the time youve set. They use a convenient standard size outer filter, run quietly and come with a remote control for convenience.Grabs 98 of anything from 5 microns up in size and 89 of single micron size particles. Prefilter is 5 micron. Inner filter is 1 micron. Outer filter is a disposable electrostatic filter with a paper frame. Units are designed to be set on a workbench or hung from the ceiling, either tight against the ceiling or hanging from chains. Eyebolts are in place for hanging the unit. The three pocket filter fits inside, and can be blown out. Filters are easily replaced, without tools. The powder coated metal box is heavy duty. Fan and motor a
- Air filter system with remote and electrostatic pre-filter; includes programmable timer
- Filters 98 percent of all 5-micron particles; 85 percent of 1-micron particles
- Durable steel housing
- Includes filter system, remote, electrostatic filter, and eyebolts to hang on ceiling or place on workbench
- 30-1/4 by 24 by 12 inches; 54 pounds; 5-year warranty
List Price: $ 448.00
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Question by friendlyboy: Woodworkers, what was your latest creation, which tools did you use, and which power tools do you own?
Also do you have access to a woodworking shop or area, which tools do you use, how long have you been into woodworking and why do you enjoy it?
Answer by I am I said
A 60″ bath vanity made of rustic Appalachian cherry wood.
A bit of a challenge using this wood, as you have to select and configure the natural deformities in the wood to create a nice look.
I used a table saw, mitre saw, planer, jointer, router table, pocket hole jig, drill and driver, along with a host of hand tools.
Carpentry is my passion because I can transform a pile of rough, bark-covered lumber into a fine piece of furniture that can be handed down for generations.
I fashion my cabinetry after the Amish, who are masters at building furniture.
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