|Forum topic by Rob||posted 09-28-2014 06:18 PM||1244 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
09-28-2014 06:18 PM
I’m looking at a used Oneida 3hp dust collector. A friend has a similar system. He mentioned you can clean the filters but occasionally you also have to replace them. On the other hand, he has a really nice shop and I’d be surprised if he didn’t get out there almost every day, so maybe he’s an extreme case.
Oneida’s ASHRAE filter efficiency report only goes up to 5 loadings, but they claim, “filtration efficincy stays at near 100% for years even after repeated, and thorough, cleanings.”
It looks like a lot of people here like their Oneida dust collectors, but how often do you have to replace the filter vs. cleaning it?
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