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- ItemSource Capture Air Cleaning System
- TypeCompact Fume & Dust Extractor
- Number of SpeedsVariable
- Air Flow (CFM)100 to 350
- Sound Level dBA66 @ 6 ft.
- Amps AC2.8
- Height (In.)12-1/2
- Width (In.)19-1/2
- Depth (In.)12-1/2
- Length (In.)12-1/2
- Hose Dia. (In.)2-1/2
- Hose Length (Ft.)3 To 4 1/2
- FinishPolyurethane Powder Coat
- IncludesCover with 2 Extractor Arms, 1 Inlet Cap, Clean Air Exhaust Deflector, 2-Ply Ring Panel Prefilter, Filter Hold Down Grid
- Cord Length (Ft.)7
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