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    Has anyone seen anything like this before? I purchased a saw and the PO was using it as a dc. Had a bag attached to it. It moves a lot of air and has an aluminum impeller. Google brings up nederman but i can't find this specific model. Looks like it's more of a blower/fume extractor than a DC. 1 hp motor. I guess it could be used for a cyclone?
    Is this thing any good????




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    Jason in Sudbury
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    Re: Nederman blower

    Nederman are well known in dust/fume extraction. Top quality units for welding smoke extraction or engine exhaust for example. I cant speak to that items suitability for a wood dust blower, but as a rule Nederman are good products for their designed jobs. To me, that looks like a fume extractor.

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      Re: Nederman blower

      Originally posted by scooby074
      Nederman are well known in dust/fume extraction. Top quality units for welding smoke extraction or engine exhaust for example. I cant speak to that items suitability for a wood dust blower, but as a rule Nederman are good products for their designed jobs. To me, that looks like a fume extractor.
      Thanks for the input. Just curious as to what makes a fume extractor different than a dust extractor? This thing almost sucked my hand in when I turned it on.


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        Re: Nederman blower

        Originally posted by Jason in Sudbury View Post

        Thanks for the input. Just curious as to what makes a fume extractor different than a dust extractor? This thing almost sucked my hand in when I turned it on.


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        Youd have to look at the impeller. A fume extractor really isnt made to handle solids. That impeller looks to me like one on a fume extractor. Usually dust extractor impellers are wider, with more room inside for debris. You likely could adapt that blower to work, if you put something like a cyclone infront of it to sling out the solids, then follow it with a bag for the fines. Might be easier to pick up one of the imported units
        Last edited by scooby074; 11-11-2017, 09:00 PM.
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