JET Dust Collectors
Jet Cyclone dust collectors have the unique ability to separate debris from smaller dust particles, so your filters last longer between cleaning. These devices also reduce clogs, and they ensure strong suction through the messiest jobs. Like many Jet tools we carry, some of these woodworking dust collectors maintain low noise levels while they run. Depending on which model you choose, you may have access to a special mode for quiet operation. This limits background noise while you work, which minimizes distractions on the job. Many of these models, including those in the Cyclone line, have their own remote timers that shut the system down after a specified number of hours. These timers maintain active air filtration even after you step away from the shop.
All woodworking dust collectors remove particles from the air, but you'll need to pay particular attention to filters if you want to remove the smallest molecules. Some filters remove 98 percent of molecules, even those as small as 2 microns in size. These powerful Jet dust collectors can connect with other tools and automatically run when you need them most. With connected hoses, a single collector serves as a hub for a much larger filtration system. You can swap out other filters or canisters in the same way you would with other Jet woodworking accessories. Models with bags rely on elastic bands for quick installation, while those with drums have quick-release arms for debris disposal.
Woodworkers create dust with almost every tool in the workshop, so it's important to build a dust collection system that works for you. These Jet dust collectors have enough power to clear the smallest particles from the air. Choose one with the power and noise levels that suit your shop.