Cyclone Barrel Neck, 3-Motor Power Head, 220 Volt
Product No. / SKU: C3900B
3-Motor 240 Volt, 1300 Watt Motor x 3, 5.1 Amps x 3, each motor with its own on/off switch, 420 CFM, 97″ H20, Converts a 55 Gallon Drum into a Large Capacity Dust & Debris Collector.
- Complete with 4-Stage CYCLONE HEPA Filtration
- Power: 2-Motor, 120 Volt 1200 Watt Motors x 2, 8.5 Amps x 2, each motor with its own on/off switch
- Suction Performance: 260 CFM, 83″ H20
- Tank: 24 gallon steel tank, 2″ Side Tangential Inlet Port
- Tipping Cart – With large rear wheels and front casters, provides A+ portability and easy disposal
- Hose: 2″ x 25' lightweight and very flexible, 2″ ID smooth vinyl hose cuff
- Dust Capacity: 150 lbs. — And Never Lose Suction ~ Guaranteed!
- Size: 22″W x 24″L x 55″ H.
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- Electronic Free – No Electronic Components or Circuit Boards are used in the Cyclone.
- Save Space – No Pre-Separator Needed – A dual Cyclonic Separator Module is built inside the Collection Tank.
Always a Clean Filter & Power Suction Maintain — Regardless of what you may be extracting: Unlike other dust extractors, a Dust Director? Cyclone allows you to extract volumes of powder, sludge and hot mastics AT THE SAME TIME without damaging or compromising the life of the Cyclone or the HEPA cartridge filter.
Grind dry and vacuum through puddles or extract hot mastic glues. The Cyclone Module will NOT get damaged. Actually, the complete filter system — including the HEPA cartridge filter — is washable!
Even years later when you remove the Cyclone’s upper cylinder you’ll see the HEPA cartridge filter is still “clean”.
With NO filters to clog you have NO filters to clean . . . Productivity sky rockets . . . as suction is maintained.
Without using electronic switches, sensors or touch control panels, 100% of the motors? power is dedicated to SUCTION. The power from the motors is NOT shared nor reduced to pulse clean the HEPA cartridge filter. Plug in the vacuum to a standard 15 amp 110 volt outlet and use the Cyclone as you would any standard wet/dry vacuum cleaner.
Expect to extract volumes of dry powder without suction drop while maintaining a clean HEPA filter. Operating completely independent from the vacuum?s motors, CYCLONE HEPA Filtration guarantees that you?ll ?always be working with a clean HEPA filter.?
Providing portability and maneuverability with their compact size, large wheels and swiveling/locking casters (while specifically designed to overcome the flaws of other filter systems when extracting volumes of silica dust during concrete grinding, sawing and shot blasting operations), a Dust Director? Cyclone is well equipped for use in any industry or application requiring sustained suction performance with little or no operator invention to clean or maintain the filter.
More accessories. For all of the available accessories for the cyclones & vacuums, including different types and lengths of hoses, hose cuffs, replacement filters, etc.
MODEL DESCRIPTION - Saves You Money, Makes You Money
With the 4-Stage Cyclonic Filtration System you’ll always be working with a clean filter: With NO filter to clog there is NEVER suction drop or dirty filters to touch or clean ~ EVER.
4-Stage CYCLONIC HEPA Filtration
— The End of Suction Drop —
NO Work Stoppages . . . or placing a cap over the Inlet Port & lifting a Purge Handle Repeatedly!
Best of all . . . NO Electronics to Pulse the Filter!
The moving and electronic parts associated with electronic controlled pulse cleaning systems (solenoids) are subject to frequent and expensive breakdowns. Dust Director? Cyclones use no solenoids nor do they have circuit boards in them. Basically, a Dust Director? Cyclones operates exactly like a simple wet/dry vacuum:
An on/off switch turns on the vacuum’s motors and the motors are only used for suction, they are not used to clean the filter. Our Cyclone operates without electronics nor are there any mechanical moving parts. In summary, a Dust Director? Cyclone is just as simple to use and maintain as a standard wet/dry shop vacuum.
HOW DOES 4-STAGE CYCLONIC FILTRATION WORK?
- Dual Cyclonic Separator Module – For every 100 lbs. of concrete dust contained in the collection bin, 1 or 2 tablespoon of powder will escape
- Clean Extreme Filter Collection Bag – collects the 1 or 2 tablespoons of powder that escaped the cyclone collection chamber.
- Clean Extreme HEPA Cartridge Filter – completely washable with PTFE dust release and water shedding membrane. The Clean Extreme filter may never have to be replaced.
And . . . the breathable material of the Clean Extreme Filter Bag (this is the same filter bag that we use in our 1-Motor vacuums to hold 40 lbs. of concrete dust) may lasts years before it may need replaced.
The Dust Director? Barrel Cyclone with the Cyclonic Adaptor for installing onto standard size 55 Gallon Drums. Instantly converts the 55 gallon drum into a large capacity OSHA approved silica dust extractor.
Dust Director? Barrel Cyclones are especially suited for applications when large amounts of silica dust, general debris, saw dust, liquids, sludge, slurry, mastic, etc. need to be conveniently and efficiently vacuumed and contained.
The rugged steel cyclone adaptor lays flat and secure on a standard size 55 gallon drum. Cyclonic filter chamber, located inside the Cyclone Adaptor, increases the spiraling high-speed downward whirlpool effect to help keep the extracted debris from reaching and recycling back upwards onto the motors’ HEPA cartridge filter.
Additionally, the Dust Director’s unique HEPA rated cartridge filter permits simultaneous dry and wet recovery without the hassle of changing filters during a clean-up project.
The independent 4-stage cyclonic filter system, operating separately from the vacuum’s motors, uses no timers or synchronization patterns between the cleaning and suction functions. While the vacuum’s motors operate, the cyclone module works completely independently.
4-STAGE CYCLONE HEPA FILTER SYSTEM - Background Information
CYCLONIC HEPA Filtration – Delivering Far Greater Productivity.
Tired of pulse action cleaning systems that “share” or take away from the motor’s real purpose (suction)?
These types of cleaning systems momentarily shut down suction so the motor can be used (switched) to clean the filter. When you think about it, with all that is going on inside the vacuum’s cylinder or collection tank (the turbulence, suction, swirling and caking of debris), how thorough or effective can a poof, pulse or even a blast of air be on a pleated filter?
Do you really think that even a powerful blast of air (or even 20 of them) is strong enough to loosen caked in debris from deep inside a filter’s pleats?
PROBLEM: If the blast(s) does happen to be powerful enough . . . even if it could remove 100% of the caking (from deep inside the filter’s pleats) . . .
Whenever a filter is completely left exposed and completely unprotected to the continued and violet onslaught of the incoming abrasive granules against its delicate fibers . . .
Regardless of how effective the pulse or blast may be . . . the filter is now has become worn, dirty and its effectiveness and efficiency is compromised.
Likewise, suction performance immediately drops 15% and this is true even with a “brand new” filter.
SOLUTION: The best way to get high productivity out of any vacuum cleaner is to keep its filter clean and protected from the onslaught of incoming debris. Pulsing or blasting it with air every 15 seconds or manually shaking and removing it – after it has become compromised – isn’t intelligent.
The solution is to keep dust from getting to the filter ~ In the first place.
At the Dust Director? we know filter systems. Pulse or Reverse Air Filtration Systems? We have our own and we never sold them because we weren’t impressed.
Even a brand new “white” cartridge filter, used “once” in a pulse or filter shaking system, produces or exhibits suction drop by at least 15% – and that percentage increases at the debris impregnates itself into the filter’s fibers.
At the Dust Director?, we set the bar to “always be working with a clean HEPA cartridge filter.”