C | Flux 1.5 HP 1 Micron Cyclone
The C|Flux series sets a new standard for cyclones. The horizontal chute is designed to maximize airflow while improving CFM. All shapes and dimensions have been reevaluated to optimize performance. This design allows for much better portability as you are not forcing four wheels into...
The C|Flux series sets a new standard for cyclones. The horizontal chute is designed to maximize airflow while improving CFM. All shapes and dimensions have been reevaluated to optimize performance. This design allows for much better portability as you are not forcing four wheels into the floor while pushing the unit.
The C|Flux:1 comes standard with a 1 micron canister providing filtration of 99.7% of particles 1 micron or larger and features 48 sq./ft. of polyester spun bond pleated filter to ensure maximum airflow. 270 degree manual clean comes standard. The C|Flux series can be equipped with an optional auto clean kit either at time of purchase or as an add-on later. The auto clean kit includes a smart sensor that detects a drop in air pressure indicating the filter is getting clogged and it automatically activates the cleaning procedure. An ingenious lift system quickly moves the drum off of the floor and seals against the drum lid avoiding the need for a flex hose. This design allows for much better mobility as you are not forcing four wheels into the floor while pushing the unit.
- Motor: 1.5 HP, Single Phase, 110/220V
- Amps: 18.8 (110V) / 9.4 (220V)
- Recommended Breaker: 30A (110V) / 15A (220V)
- Hertz: 60 Hz
- RPM: 3450
- Switch type: Radio frequency remote switch – black box
- Nominal CFM: 1314
- Real CFM: 900
- Max Static Pressure (inches of water): 10.1"
- Impeller / Fan Size: 13.5"
- Impeller Material: Steel
- Inlet Diameters: 6" by 4" x 2 ports
- Canister Filter Type: 1 Micron
- Filtration Efficiency: 0.2 - 2 micron at 99.97%
- Canister cleaning: Manual hand crank (auto cleaning kit available but sold separately)
- Drum Capacity 25 gallon
- MERV Rating: 12
- Machine Weight: 232 lbs.
- Shipping Weight: 325 lbs.
- Assembled Dimensions: 42.5" L x 24" W x 68.5" H
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I’ve owned this dust collector for six months now and am very pleased with it. It's very easy to empty and the remote is handy. Laguna has excellent customer service. I had a little problem with the filter element, which is covered under the warranty. Unfortunately, the supply of many things right now is not what we would all like and that includes dust filters. Somehow they found a filter for me in their dealer network and had it shipped to me. I think they treated me very well and I’m happy that they went the extra mile to find a filter for me under the current conditions. Assembly - You’ll need a helper for some of the lifting, but it goes together easily. Noise - The machine is rated at 82 dB, which means you’ll need ear protection, but the sound that it makes is not objectionable. It’s much better than my previous barrel-top unit. Air Flow - I like that Laguna publishes the air flow curve for this unit on their web site. This is important for understanding how much air flow you’ll actually get with your duct work. I’ve used 6 inch PVC sewer pipe wrapped in a grounding wire and this seems to work well. Electrical - Code says you’ll need a 30A 110V circuit and code is there for a reason. It’s an added cost, but not that much.
This appears to be a nice dust collector. It took 6 hours to assemble. You will need to check you electrical panel before you start. You will need a 30 amp breaker to get 5his guy to run on 110. I called out the electrician and he suggested running it on 220 as it draws 8.8 amps in that mode. The motor had a wiring diagram to switch it over so I said go for it. The motor will run on 220 but the switch will not handle 220. My electrician worked with Laguna to get the correct switch box. 3 weeks and $1000 later it is up and running. My suggestion would be to step up and spend the extra money on a 220 unit. It will save money in the long run.