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Dust Collection Systems from Laguna

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Effective dust collection in your shop is very important. Remember that reaction to dust is a cumulative thing. Not reacting today doesn’t mean you won’t become reactive in the future. The lesson out of this? Take care of your lungs by making certain you have good woodworking dust collection on your tools. Laguna Tools has introduced three new dust collectors that are worth a look. This video provides you with an overview of the three models.


Each of these Laguna dust collectors has features that will keep them effectively working, and grabbing dust, in your shop. Depending on which model you choose you can get some or all of these features:

  • Remote control
  • HEPA filtration
  • Beater bar to remove dust from the filter
  • Filter clogged indicator
  • Barrel full indicator
  • Easy to empty barrel
  • Acoustic insulation for noise reduction

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4 Responses to “Dust Collection Systems from Laguna”

  1. Scott

    Hey guys, I have a small shop of around 400 sq ft, not a lot of space and am trying to figure out the best option for dust collection? Thanks, Scott

  2. John

    How large of a shop will the 3HP PFlux handle? Or possibly it would be better to ask is how long of a pipe run will it support? I plan to have only one dust port open at any one time but my future shop will be 30x60. Also I'd like to put the DC in an enclosed area to help reduce the noise even further. Any suggestions for ducking the exhaust from the unit. I realize that this air must get back into the shop but I want make the flow back as efficient as possible and leave the noise in the enclosed area.

  3. fleet56

    Not discussed but very important. These bigger guys are not "plug and play" as George calls it. They require hard wiring or additional wired plug such as a dryer.

  4. Bryan

    I was wondering. How do you clean the air filters on the C-Flux and the P-Flux? Do they have a manual handle for the kicker plates? Is there an electric motor that turns on from time to time?

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