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Roll-Around Cyclone Rutland VT

The Portable requires minimal assembly and no wiring. You'll be up and running in under an hour. Read on to learn more information about the dust collecting machine below.

The Home Depot
299 US Rt 4 East
Rutland, VT
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

Goodro True Value Of Killington
(802) 422-3469
Rt 4
Killington, VT
Gilmore Home Center
(802) 468-5676
Route 4 A
Bomoseen, VT
E.c.crosby&sons A True Value Store
(802) 293-5111
49 Mill Rd
Danby, VT
NeighborWorks of Western Vermont
(802) 438-2303
110 Marble Street
West Rutland, VT
Noble Ace
(802) 773-2758
261 N Main St
Rutland, VT
Nail It Down Hardware
(802) 446-2133
34 Maple Street
Wallingford, VT
Brandon Lumber & Millwork
(802) 247-6000
11 Grove St
Brandon, VT
The Hardware At Rochester
(802) 767-4200
Rt 100 Main Street
Rochester, VT
Ben Franklin Fair Haven
(800) 642-7392
111 E Park Pl
Fair Haven, VT

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Roll-Around Cyclone

Roll-Around Cyclone



Oneida's Portable XXP020100, is the only dual-cyclonic roll-around collector on the market. This collector is perfect for workshops with height and space constraints or shops that need the flexibility and mobility not offered by a central dust collection system. The Portable stands 64-in. tall with a footprint of 4-ft. by 20-in. The collector has a 6-in.-dia. inlet and includes two high-efficiency cyclones, a 2-1/2-hp, 230-volt, 11.5-amp Baldor Motor, two high efficiency spun-bond filters that capture 99.9-percent of test material from 0.2 to 2 microns, crank style filter cleaners, 15-feet of 5-in.-dia. flex hose and twin drums for easy handling. The Portable requires minimal assembly and no wiring. You'll be up and running in under an hour. Performance statistics: 780 CFM with 15' of 5” flexhose, 6-1/2 Inches W/C Static Pressure, 76 dBA @ 10'. The Portable is made in the USA.

Oneida Air Systems, (800) 732-4065, The Portable, #XXP020100, $1200.

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