Bestselling Vacuum & Dust Collector Motors in 2020
PSI Woodworking Products LR2244 Long Ranger, For Dust Collectors, 220v/440V Heavy Duty Pro Remote Motor Starter Switch
- Simple reliable and fool-proof operation. 5ft cord included on the receiver module
- Heavy duty commercial quality construction, convenient belt clip on transmitter
- FCC approved, extra hand pieces available for multiple users or multiple machines
- Programmable with multiple frequency codes, grounded with reset button, user can set maximum amps allowable
- Uses R.F. signal, not affected by outside interference, transmitter signal goes through walls - does not have to be aimed directly
Ametek 116765 Lamb Central Vacuum Motor
- Price For: Each Hz: 60/50 Phase: 1 Ins. Class: A No. of Speeds: 1 Motor/Blower Type: Bypass Motor Mounting Type: Lug Discharge: Tangential Ambient Temperature: 40 Degrees C Blower Stages: 3 Item: Vacuum Motor Motor Mounting Position: All Angle Bearings: Ball Motor Thermal Protection: None Motor Design: Universal AC/DC Duty: Intermittent
- Standards: UL Recognized (E47185), CSA Certified (LR31393) Footnotes: 68, 72 Vacuum (H2O Sealed): 137.1 Max. Amps: 13.5 Motor Enclosure Design: Open Max. Air Watts: 485 Replacement Brushes: 2UV68 CFM @ 2-In. Orifice: 101.2 Body Dia.: 5.7" Average Life: 500 hr. Voltage: 120 Overall Height: 8-1/3" Mounting Brackets: Metal Country of Origin (subject to change): Mexico
Konmison 100mm Brush Vacuum Cleaner Engraving Machine Dust Cover for CNC Router Spindle Motor by Beauty Star
- Type: CNC Dust Cover Brush.
- Hem height: 20mm; overall height: 100mm
- Roll length: 1 meter
- For CNC Router Spindle Motor.
- Engraving Machine Brush.
Allrise High Efficiency Plastic Cyclone Powder Dust Collector Filter For Vacuums IA1 With Flange Base Separator (green)
PSI Woodworking DC3XX 1.5 HP Portable Dust Collector Motor Blower
- Portable dust collection/unit weighing 46 lbs. with 4" inlet/outlet
- 1.5HP. 850CFM. Prewired for 110V. Comes with instructions to convert to 220V
- Great for woodworking machines and laser engraving
- Bag and hose are not included
DGC PRODUCTS i-Socket Intelligent Autoswitch with ports for Power Tool and Vacuum; PATENTED TECHNOLOGY delays Vacuum Turn-On/Off to Prevent Circuit Overload, Eliminating Circuit Breaker Tripping
- HOW IT WORKS. Patented automatic vacuum switch uses an on-Board Micro-Controller to monitor and control current when two large motors try to power-up at the same time. Prevents circuit overload by automatically delays vacuum turn-off by 7 seconds.
- EFFECTIVENESS. Runs the vacuum only when you are working so you save time and electricity. Reduces airborne toxin that can lead to many health problems. Reduces work area noise by running the vacuum only when you use your tool.
- BEST FOR medium duty workloads in the home workshop and on the job site. It's actuation threshold of about 0.7 amps (85 watts at 120V) makes it perfectly suited for most Miter Saws, Table Saws, Power Sanders and Routers and extends the life of your vacuum.
- ELECTRONICS. A software embedded micro-controller controls the in rush of current when the motor starts up to help eliminate overload of the circuit. Once the tool stops, it provides power to the vacuum for seven seconds to clean out the inlet pipe.
- TECHNICAL SPECS. Case: Durable UL-rated 94V, ABS plastic; Outlet required: Standard 15 Amp, 120 VAC, 60 Hz outlet; Power rating: 15 Amp, 120 VAC, 60 Hz; Input connection: 3 prong (grounded) male; Tool outlet connections: 2 or 3 prong plugs
Vacuum Motor 2-stage 1100 Watt Ametek Replacement
- Fits Most Portable Carpet Extractors
- 1100 Watts / 120 Volt
- 2-Stage 97" Water Lift / 102 CFM
- 5.7" Tangential Discharge
- Replaces Ametek 2-stage Motor
Jet JCDC-3 3 hp Cyclone Dust Collector Kit
- The cyclone's two stage separation provides more working CFM than comparable horsepower single stage units
- Heavy debris is pulled down to collection drum before debris stream reaches the filter, providing constant suction
- Direct mounted filter eliminates inefficiencies from ridged flex hosing and bends
- Fine dust particles are filtered through pleated material that captures even the smallest particles down to 1 micron and below
- Heavy debris is captured in a 66 gallon drum with quick release levers and independent casters for quick emptying
Ametek Lamb AV14 5.7-Inch 3 Stage Lamb Vacuum Motor
- 5.7" / 3 Stage Vacuum Motor
- Manufacturer Part# 116565-13
- Tangential Discharge with Bypass
- Air Seal & Epoxy Coating
- Fits: Olympus, Hydro-Force FX and EX, Prochem, Mytee, Century and Many Other Cleaning Machines
Zorvo Dental 550W Lab Double-impellers Dust Collector Suction Artificer Room Vacuum Cleaner 110V -Shipping from USA, 3-5 Days For Delivery
Key Elements and Tests for a Personal or Organizational Mission
Mission statements don't need to be long, boring or dust collectors. They can be vibrant statements that actually give you direction. This quick mission statement guide can be used as a personal or organizational exercise to help you gain focus.
Here's an example of a good mission statement: Brentwood Community Service Center provides basic need services to the homeless of Brentwood, Ohio so that they may become self sufficient and get back on their feet.
Let's break it down. There are 4 key elements here:
1. WHAT do they do? They provide basic need services. Most people understand 'basic needs' to be food, clothing and shelter. Most organizations DO a lot of things, so the trick here is to find the one or two words that really capture what you do.
2. For WHOM do they do that? This organization serves the homeless of Brentwood, OH. Notice that there are 2 boundaries here. There are a type of person and a geographical boundary. Most people and organizations tend to what to do it all for everyone. A 5 person staff cannot serve 'the world' or even 'the State'. What is your realistic boundary? Also, there is a direct customer and an indirect beneficiary. You may work with ex-cons that are re-entering society and the community is the indirect beneficiary.
3. What is their GUIDING VALUE? Now this is the most important element. Most people have a hard time choosing one guiding value, but it is really important that you do. In Brentwood's case, their guiding value is self sufficiency. The value will help them to decide which services are IN and which are OUT. For example this organization will not help homeless people fill out welfare papers. But, it may ask that they work around the office in exchange for their food and shelter.
4. What is the SUCCESS MEASURE? How do you know that you are successful? Brentwood's success measure is to be 'back on their feet'. When a person is no longer homeless and can take care of themselves, they are considered to be 'back on their feet'. The key is that all of these elements need to work together. Like a pull toy where you pull the string and all of the legs and arms move together, the elements need to compliment each other to make sense. So, if the success measure was to make a lot of money, that wouldn't fit with the rest of the elements.
So, here's the exercise. This can be done for an organization, as the example above demonstrates, or for your personal mission. It's a terrific career focusing exercise if you want some clarity about a future job direction.
1. Write the 4 questions above on a piece of paper. Your challenge now is to answer the questions in one or two words. Not one or two sentences, one or two words. You can begin by brainstorming a lot of words in these categories, but you must boil it down to one or two words in each element area.
2. When you are happy with your one to two word answers, make it a sentence. Don't edit for eloquence right away. The key is to really like the elements first and worry about making sound good later.
3. Next, edit it. You may want to have someone else edit it for coherence when you are happy with the elements.
Now it's time to see if your sentence passes our two tests. Does your statement pass the elevator and the uniqueness tests?
The ride up an elevator is short, usually about 30 seconds. If a perfect stranger boarded the elevator with you and asked you what your mission was and you answered with your statement, would they nod with interest and understanding? Or would they glaze off without a clue? The latter may occur if you use too many jargon words or include too many value words and not enough action words. Test you statement out on people who don't work in your field to see if you've captured it simply enough.
The uniqueness test asks the question; could this statement be said about anyone else? Would all people or organizations in my field have this statement? What makes US different?
The best missions pass both tests. Effective missions are powerful tools to move you and your organization forward.