Product Features & Specification
Laguna C Flux 3 Cyclone Dust Extractor with Fine Filter 3.0hp 240v
The c flux series sets a new standard for cyclones. The horizontal chute is designed to maximize airflow while improving CFM. All shapes and dimensions have been reevaluated to optimize performance.
The c flux 3 comes standard with a 1 micron canister providing filtration of 99.97% of particles between the sizes of 0.2 to 2 micron & features 109 sq/ft. of polyester spun bond pleated filter to ensure maximum airflow. 270° manual clean comes standard.
- 1 micron canister providing filtration of 99.97% of particles between 0.2 ~ 2 microns
- features 109 square feet of polyester spun bond pleated filter to ensure maximum airflow
- Hand crank cleaning prevents clogging of the filter.
||220-240V / 50Hz / 1PH
|Recommended Breaker Size (MCB):
||30 Amps (Type D)
|6ft. 3 Wire Cord with No Plug:
|Hand-Held Remote Control:
|Airflow (Traditional Method):
|Airflow (Realistic Method):
|Max. Static Pressure:
||285mm in water (11.2")
||1x 200mm or 3 x 100mm (1 x 8" or 3 x 4")
||390mm (15.5") Steel radial Fin
|Drum Collection Capacity:
||209 Litre octagonal drum
|Bag Hold Down:
|Canister Filter Type:
||99.7% @1 Micron
||Manual Crank 270 Degrees
||82 dB(A) @ 3m
|Drum Collection Bag Layflat Size:
||960 x 960mm (38" x 38")
|Filter Collection Bag Layflat Size:
||660 x 620mm (26" x 24.5")
||1168mm x 686mm x 2007mm
WHY CHOOSE A CYCLONE OVER STANDARD BAG EXTRACTION
Quite simply, the main difference is a more consistent and far superior performance. This is because cyclones effectively separate the heavy waste material from the fine dust, leaving the airflow path free from heavy waste as it passes through the impellor. This allows the impellor to operate more effectively and it eliminates the inconsistent rate of suction often experienced with standard bag extractors. The fine filters on cyclones also take longer to ‘clog up’ compared with traditional bag extractors, again helping to produce a far superior air flow and performance.
Due to the relative nature of measuring CFM, it is best to trust companies that are transparent with how they arrive at their figures. Here at Laguna Tools we take our measurements based on applicable dust collection scenarios. Instead of collecting data at the port of the machine, we take our measurements in the front half of a 12.5foot testing hose. While this is a bigger size than the standard 10foot tube, it helps provide a more accurate measurement of the realistic CFM. We also test it with different air inlet sizes to arrive at an even more precise measurement for buyer convenience. The diagram on the right illustrates where we place the air pressure meter and how it is set up.