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Item 173892
Model AXD000002-DDB

Oneida Air Systems - Dust Deputy Bagger System

$149.99

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Upgrade your shop vacuum to a two-stage dust control system with the Oneida Dust Deputy Bagger. Removes over 99% of dust and debris from the airstream, containing it before it ever reaches the vacuum and virtually eliminating filter clogging and suction loss! Wall-mounted Bagger Kit offers high waste capacity, visible fill level, and easy disposal. The dust-laden air passes through the Dust Deputy Cyclone, which separates out 99% of the dust. The cleaned air passes into your shop vacuum, while the dust falls into an accumulation bin with an open grid bottom. A heavy, 3-mil thick, plastic bag is held in place around the accumulation bin. When the vacuum is turned on, the bag is sucked up against the grid. When the vacuum is turned off, the bag drops back down, and the collected dust falls from the accumulation bin into the bag. When the vacuum is turned on again, the previously bagged dust remains in the bag while newly captured dust collects in the accumulation bin. This action can be repeated until the bag is two-thirds full, at which point the bag should be removed and replaced. Includes cyclone separator, 3.9-gallon accumulation bin, wall mount, hardware, and five clear 3-mil bags.

Features:
  • Wall-mounted Bagger kit offers high waste capacity
  • Injection molded from a translucent anti-static resin
  • Upgrade your shop vacuum to a two-stage system
  • Removes over 99% of dust and debris from air stream
What's Included:
  • (1) Cyclone
  • (1) Accumulation bin
  • (1) Wall mount hardware
  • (5) Clear 3-mil bags

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Oneida recently came out with a wall-mounted version of their popular Dust Deputy dust separator. I’ve been a fan of these small portable cyclone systems since they appeared about 15 years ago. 

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