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Oneida Introduces Mobile Dust Collector

January 17, 2020
Oneida Air Systems Supercell Mobile dust collector
Oneida Air Systems Supercell Mobile dust collector

Oneida Air Systems announces the release of its new Supercell Mobile dust collector.

Previously only available as a wall-mounted unit, the Supercell has high enough levels of static pressure and CFM to accommodate a wide range of woodworking tools, from handheld sanders, table saws, and miter saws to jointers, planers, and even CNC routers—essentially every tool in the shop with a dust port size of 1 to 5 in.

The patent-pending Supercell is a cyclonic dust collector with a 97.8 static pressure rating—more than 10 times higher suction power than standard dust collectors. Powered by three fan motors working in sync, the Supercell’s high suction creates an intense vacuum that moves the dust-laden air at a relentless pace, overcoming resistance through up to 100 ft of 4-in-diam hose and ductwork. Its onboard HEPA-certified filter easily pulses clean without the need for disassembly, maximizing run time and performance, while minimizing the operator’s exposure to dust.

At 28.5 in. wide, 30 in. deep, and 61 in. tall, with 10-in.-diam rear wheels and 3-in.-diamr side locking front casters, the compact, portable design of the Supercell Mobile allows it to travel virtually anywhere.

Oneida Air Systems, Syracuse, NY 800-732-4065 oneida-air.com

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