Bucktool cyclone dust collector removes large pieces of wood or clumps of sticky material. Because a cyclone doesn’t use any filters, it can handle abrasive or other harsh materials. As part of a wood dust collection system, a cyclone works to remove the rougher materials that might cause problems in a baghouse or cartridge collector.
Another Bucktool dust collector is baghouse. Baghouses use long cloth bags as filters. These collect dust on the surface. To keep them working efficiently, the baghouse cleans its bags by using fans or compressed air.
Third option is a cartridge dust collector. The woodworking industry uses cartridge collectors more often because of their usefulness. Woodworking applications such as sanding dry wood produce very fine sawdust. A cartridge dust collector efficiently captures this fine dust.
The best way to find out which type of dust collector is right for your application is to contact our sales, they can discuss your woodworking processes and help you choose the proper dust collector that will work best to control your wood dust.