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harveyindustriesintl
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19/11/2020 7:36 pm  
  • Will it support 2” hoses or will suction be so small it can’t provide enough static pressure?
    • The G700 can support 2" hose however it is not ideal due to the low static pressure so you would not experience good "suction" especially at long distances. This is the main differences between something like a vacuum (Low Volume, High Pressure) versus a dust collector (High Volume, Low Pressure). Hope this makes sense!
 
  • Are there run time requirements on how many times I can turn on and off the unit while working?
    • This machine uses Siemens V20 inverter and motor. It can operate long hours without any issues. We have these machines used in production type environments, so it has been been field tested to withstand long hours of usage.

 

  • Can I purchase more than one remote?
    • Yes, we do sell individual remotes separately (not the kits).

 

  • What is the MERV or HEPPR rating of your filters or microns it captures.
    • MERV 17 or 0.3 micron filters

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Yams
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25/11/2020 5:49 pm  
Posted by: @harveyindustriesintl
  • Are there run time requirements on how many times I can turn on and off the unit while working?
    • This machine uses Siemens V20 inverter and motor. It can operate long hours without any issues. We have these machines used in production type environments, so it has been been field tested to withstand long hours of usage.

I understand your answer is meaning you can leave it running for long times.  But what about multiple short times, such as in a hobbyist woodshop setting where dust collection is sometimes only on for a very short duration while a cut is made.  Is it OK to regularly turn the unit on for short durations?


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harveyindustriesintl
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25/11/2020 9:29 pm  

@yams Yes, it’s perfectly fine to use it for short durations


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